Tine Mouritsen's inspiration for the design of Angel Light comes from her deep love for Christmas. Angels are a symbol of goodness, love, and humanity. These are all values that are important during the holiday season. The lamps are also a tribute to her parents, both of whom have passed away. Therefore, there are two versions of the angel: a feminine angel (Uriel) and a masculine angel (Gabriel).
The angels can serve as a reminder that during the dark autumn and winter times, we should take care of each other. At the same time, the glowing angel in the home can create a warm atmosphere and beautiful decoration.
With the Angels, Tine Mouritsen wanted to preserve the old folding techniques in a tight and simple design, and they are made from the same quality material and according to the same principles as the globally renowned hand-folded lampshades. All models come in white lamp foil/light oak, including suspension and light source.
Angels are part of our Love & Light Project, where a portion of the proceeds is donated to charitable causes.
Tine Mouritsen graduated from the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts' School of Architecture in 2000. Since 2003 she has worked as a freelance architect, and also as a furniture and interior designer. Apart from Le Klint, her customers include GRID Montana, Luceplan, Copenhagen City and Port Development, Erik Jørgensen and FONA. Tine has strong design skills specifically in furniture and interior design, both for private and public spaces.Read more
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