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Örsjö gets a makeover

Örsjö are famous for their collaborations with product designers, including the likes of Note Design Studio, Benjamin Hubert, Joel Karlsson and Norway Says. Their specialist lighting is a Form favourite, we love how aesthetically unique their products are and not only that but they’re functional and versatile too and can be suited to a variety of interiors.

They’ve recently shot new branding images to showcase some of their new designs as well as some of their brand staples. The Hobo pendant light by Gustaf Nordenskiold was released this year and takes center stage in some of the images. The Hobo is created from opaque blown glass and brass and takes its name from the old handicraft ‘luffarslojd’; in the olden days, hobos would make metal crafts in Smaland, where the Swedish glassworks began and take refuge near the heat of the furnaces.


The Pebble pendant light by Joel Karlsson was also released this year and is available in many forms, which is something we love about this versatile product. Made from hand-blown glass or spun sheet metal, the Pebble encapsulates the light, whilst allowing it to create a glow and spread throughout a space in a soft way. We think the Pebble would be perfect for a hotel lobby, as the metal version creates a narrow beam spot light and the glass version creates a gleaming mood light; this variation of lighting would be perfect for creating areas with different feeling within the same building.


Also featured in the branding images was retro-modern collection Lean by Jenny Back and Talk by Marge Arkitekter, who’s form is actually inspired by an ordinary torch.