Esben Klint , Philip Bro Ludvigsen , Thomas Krause

Esben Klint :

Esben Klint was the son of Kaare Klint and, despite a broad education received at some of the leading architects of the time, he was very clearly his father's disciple. The lineage is especially expressed clearly in the designs he produced for church inventory and furniture he designed with Børge Mogensen.
He has also designed a number of lamps for LE KLINT. Many of these are still part of the LE KLINT product range.

Philip Bro Ludvigsen :

Philip Bro Ludvigsen graduated from the Danish Design School in 1989 and has since taught at the Danish Design School and at the National Institute of Design in India.

In 1989, he established his own design studio 'philip bro'. Customers included George Jensen, Eilersen Softline, Royal Copenhagen, IKEA and the infamous LE KLINT.

Since the early 1990s, he has designed many classic lamps for LE KLINT, all with modern variations of Kaare and Esben Klint's famous pleated lampshades.

In 2003, Philip Bro Ludvigsen created LE KLINT 190, Sunflower, an elegant pendant, which was launched in a versatile ceiling and wall lamp versions.

The major renewal in LE KLINT's cooperation with 'philip bro Design' came in 1994, when he designed the UnderCover by LE KLINT lamp series. His initial concept was to fuse old and new with a modern twist. He introduced colour and patterns onto an unpleated shade that could also be used with the existing classic lampshades. The idea developed quickly and UnderCover pendants became the perfect inner shades in different colours and patterns, which can be replaced, so that one can change ones lampshade to match season, mood or decor.

Thomas Krause :

Thomas Krause trained at the Danish Design School and later graduated with a Master of Arts degree in industrial design from the Royal College of Art in London.
His customers include LEGO, Bang & Olufsen, IKEA, Carlsberg and Danske Bank. His design portfolio includes a wide range of industrial designs, which includes furniture, packaging, toys, glass signage and kitchen utensils.
Thomas Krause has re-designed a number of LE KLINT lamps, incorporating new interpretations of some older models.

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