Sophus Frandsen Copper Fibonacci Pendant Light for Fog & Mørup Denmark, 1963
Sophus Frandsen copper Fibonacci Pendant Light for Fog & Mørup Denmark, 1963.
Danish architect Sophus Frandsen created the Fibonacci light, his timeless classic for Fog & Mørup, in the early 1960s, and it was one of the company’s most expensive lights. The Fibonacci was awarded the gold medal at the Leipzig Messe in 1967 and was selected for inclusion in Die gute Industriform at the 1968 Hannover Messe.
Fully working, rewired and supplied with a new minimal ceiling rose.
Size: h 27 x w 46.5 cm approx
Condition: Light wear, odd light scratches - any wear commensurate. Due to the nature of the design there will always be a degree of warping to the tiers, we have included a birds eye photo to illustrate any minor imperfections.
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