SKETCH.INC FOR LUCIE KAAS
The Sketch.inc collection celebrates icons and trailblazers of our times reimagined as Wooden Kokeshi Dolls. It’s a collection that bridges design with fashion, music, art and all aspects of culture into one form.
The Fumario collection merges geometric shapes together with industrial design. The vases are characterized by strong contrasts with their heavy tops and lighter bottoms as well as color blocking components. The Fumario series can be used both in its traditional form or as small pieces of art for the home.
The arch that inspires Paipa has roots in Roman architecture and is a structure that has been admired by generations of architects. What would seem like a collapsible anatomy is defied by the arch and perhaps why it seems majestic.
Working as a decorator for the Norwegian factory Cathrineholm, Arne Clausen drew the first sketches of the iconic ‘Lotus’ pattern in 1964. The ‘Lotus’ pattern remained Cathrineholm’s greatest selling product until the company closed in 1970. In collaboration with Clausen’s family, we reintroduced the iconic pattern in 2012 and have been expanding the collection with different items ever since.
The wooden animals from Lucie Kaas are a combination of old Danish designs together with new interpretations of a Scandinavian classic. Though typically seen as a detail in Danish households, the wooden animals have found their way into homes of celebrities around the world such as Gigi Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski, Jennifer Garner and many more.
Everyone from the youngest design enthusiast to the adult finding the child within will be able to find an egg holder matching their personality. Each egg holder has been given a little more life with individual names and personalities to match them. Whether you’re serving a small snack or a full breakfast, this collection will help bring a little joy to the table in the form of a playful but functional design.
Italian design traditions meet everyday functionality with the ERAT collection Locally referred to as ‘the poor man’s marble’, terrazzo is a composite material made of scraps of marble, pigment, and marble dust cemented together.
Marco is simple in its construction yet embodies sculptural details. The cubic form is made of metal whereas the round holder is made of marble. Together the two materials create a perfect balance between light and heavy.
Taking inspiration from the Danish nature, the leaves, add a tropical Art Deco style to the home with a twist of Nordic fauna. The material, different colors, coatings and finishes are a conscious choice in order to bring some contrasting features into the home.
Moonbeam, made from ribbed frosted glass and steel is a modern interpretation of the classic Asian paper lantern. The collection marks the first collaboration between Lucie Kaas and the award-winning design duo Lim+Lu.
The collection is a universe of one-of-a-kind art objects for the home with opal glass pieces that tantalize with their delicious colour combinations. The designs are brought to life by hot glass processing, which demands extensive caution and precision.
Taking inspiration from the hypermodern neo-Memphis style, VICE exploits futurism, shapes and neon colors that merge into a combination of materials creating a mix of function, art and design.
Inspired by the French delicacy, “le macaron”, the Macaroon lamp series gives rooms an elegant and simple touch by balancing opal glass, a brass ring and ceramic. Created by industrial designer Christian Troels.
The VERA table is the product of a collaboration between Arielle Assouline-Lichten of Slash Objects and Lucie Kaas. The table combines marble, rubber, and brass merging them into the perfect piece for the home.