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The New Classics: Lighting from Rubn in Sweden

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The New Classics: Lighting from Rubn in Sweden

June 16, 2014

Spotted (and admired) in the Hotel SP34 in Copenhagen: lighting from Rubn an under-the-radar company based in Vittsjo, Sweden. Founded in 1951 by Uno and Osten Kristiansson, Rubn produces a line of hand-assembled lights ranging from humble (simple wall sconces) to high end (large modernist chandeliers), designed by Niclas Hoflin. For dealer information, go to Rubn.

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Above: A custom light in the K25 Food Hall in Stockholm.

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Above: The Miller Table Light in black (L) and the Lector Table Light in white.

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Above: A custom fixture at the Llama Restaurant in Copenhagen. 

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Above: The Nimbus Light in brass.

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Above: A detail of the custom lighting in the K25 Food Hall in Stockholm.

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Above: A glass globe in the Hotel SP34.

See today’s post on Copenhagen’s Hotel SP34 for more. And browse our Image Gallery of rooms and spaces for more Lighting ideas, including Standard Socket’s Designs by Small US Workshops. Go to Gardenista for Outdoor Lighting sources.

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