Dispatches from Argentina: Olsen

 Guest post by Agus of Sin Pecado Concebida

A couple of Sundays ago I was at Olsen, the famous nordic restaurant in the neighborhood of Palermo in Buenos Aires. Have you heard of it? I really liked all the interior deco with its puritan scandinavian ambiance, but above all i was infatuated with the copper pendant lamps that hung from the tall tall ceilings. When I got home and googled-it and came to discover that it was David Derksen´s work, a Danish designer that has dedicated the last years of his career to extend his collection of copper pieces into a series of lamp shades. They are all made with .1mm copper foils giving the lamp an overall fragile yet industrial look. A total keeper.


The images are both the artist´s and mine.



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3 comments:

Outdoor Storage said...

No wonder you like those lamps! It is indeed lovely. It gives that room some character. The look is very classy and elegant. Just amazing!

Gretchen said...

Somehow I have started to like copper...and those pendant lights are great! Wondering what kind of light they give.

Cyn | decyng said...

The lamps are great so the place. I must visit it this weekend!

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