Layer 1 SOLD-OUT

Pair of Silk Fringe and Brass Wall lamps V271, Hans-Agne Jacobsson -Markaryd

Noma Nordic

0 kr Sale price

Pair of wall lamps model V271 of brass and red silk fringes are designed and made by Hans-Agne Jacobsson, Markaryd Sweden. The Frans lamp has from being quite an original lamp the last couple of years turned into being a very popular lamp all over the world. From around the 1960`s. Measures: 24 cmH. 17 cmD and 20cmW.

Hans- Agne Jakobsson (1919-2009 ) was a Swedish interior decorator and furniture designer most active between the 1950s and 70s. Jakobsson was born in Havdhem on Gotland in Sweden in 1919. Hans-Agne Jakobsson first was a carpenter and then continued his education in Gothenburg, graduating with a degree in architecture. He was first hired by General Motors as an industrial designer and then worked as an assistant to both well known Carl Malmsten (1888-1972) and Werner West (1890-1959).
Hans- Agne Jakobssons lighting received great international attention. He was experimenting with a wide range of materials as brass, iron, glass, fabric, and wood shavings, Jakobsson mastered both the direction and color of the light.


Regular price 0 kr
Pair of wall lamps model V271 of brass and red silk fringes are designed and made by Hans-Agne Jacobsson, Markaryd Sweden. The Frans lamp has from being quite an original lamp the last couple of years turned into being a very popular lamp all over the world. From around the 1960`s. Measures: 24 cmH. 17 cmD and 20cmW.

Hans- Agne Jakobsson (1919-2009 ) was a Swedish interior decorator and furniture designer most active between the 1950s and 70s. Jakobsson was born in Havdhem on Gotland in Sweden in 1919. Hans-Agne Jakobsson first was a carpenter and then continued his education in Gothenburg, graduating with a degree in architecture. He was first hired by General Motors as an industrial designer and then worked as an assistant to both well known Carl Malmsten (1888-1972) and Werner West (1890-1959).
Hans- Agne Jakobssons lighting received great international attention. He was experimenting with a wide range of materials as brass, iron, glass, fabric, and wood shavings, Jakobsson mastered both the direction and color of the light.