The Frequency Hurricane lantern from Georg Jensen was designed by the American designer Kelly Wearstler. Wearstler drew on the striking similarities between Californian and Scandinavian natural scenery as a heavy source of inspiration, focussing especially on portraying the delicate relationship between light and water. The wave-shaped detailing of the lantern bowl pushes the stainless steel material to its utmost limits, a feat of tremendous craftsmanship. Able to withstand temperatures as low as 18 degrees Celsius below zero, it can be placed almost anywhere you can think of: on the balcony, by the doorway, or in nearly any outside space. The Frequency Hurricane lantern is made of mouth-blown glass, meaning that small variations in thickness can occur in the design.