The lightness of Scandinavian design
ABOVE: The EOS Table Light in light brown adds class and elegance to this restaurant
Kindling the ethos that beautiful lamps should be accessible and sustainable, VITA Copenhagen has become a stylish powerhouse in the world of Danish design. The lighting company celebrates Scandinavian values through lighting that is affordable, eco-friendly and fashionable – a rare yet desirable combination. Every product is created with environmental care and quality craftsmanship in mind, resulting in original lamps that draw inspiration from the tranquillity of nature. From the EOS pendant light, an ethereal fixture that exquisitely floats in mid-air, to the retro-infused VITA Clava lampshade, the designs are organic and understated.
ABOVE: VITA breathes new life into a retro look with the Clava pendant light
Good things come in small packages
ABOVE: The Asteria pendant, shown here in Ruby, is also available in Pearl, Anthracite, Forest, Petrol, and Saffron to compliment any colour scheme.
As part of VITA Copenhagen’s sustainable commitment, all lamps are flat-packed in sleek and elegant gift boxes. Not only does this optimize global logistics but it also reduces storage and transportation costs, making the lamps affordable and accessible. This is all part of VITA Copenhagen’s mission to reduce the design world’s carbon footprint and maximize environmental responsibility. VITA Copenhagen’s stylish gift boxes have become a fan-favourite feature, adding to the joy of interior decorating.
ABOVE: VITA and Jacob Rudbeck collaborated on the Acorn pendant light
Shaped by nature
ABOVE: These Ripple pendants compliment and reflect the beautiful natural view from the windows of this home
With the belief that aesthetics are just as important as functionality, VITA Copenhagen’s designs emulate the diverse Nordic landscape. Influences are drawn from the company’s architecturally stunning city of origin, Copenhagen, as well as the raw nature surrounding the Danish capital. Since beginning its journey in 2008, the company has expanded globally. Founder Søren Ravn Christensen frequently collaborates with designers such as Anders Klem and Jacob Rudbeck, leading to a diverse yet cohesive catalogue. Designs like the VITA Silvia lampshade, made of watercolour paper, represent the brand’s iconic aesthetic. Meanwhile, Rudbeck’s Acorn pendant light, a glass luminaire inspired by fresh forest air, experiments with a blend of industrial and natural influences. The lighting line is punctuated with high-quality materials, ranging from rigorous elements like copper, brushed brass and aluminum to soft textures created from goose feathers and felt. Through lighting fixtures that cherish the environment from concept to completion to delivery, VITA Copenhagen takes the harmony of Scandinavian design to a new level, infusing spaces with an appreciation for the earth’s beauty.
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