Frequency Hurricane lantern
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.
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