Made By Hand is a Danish design brand that finds its inspiration in the old Scandinavian craft traditions and values traditional craftmanship. Made By Hand finds their inspiration in classic Scandinavian design. This allows for a wide variety of possibilities in terms of the development of authentic and functional lamps. By using the best local craftmen in Denmark, Made By Hand have a preference for manufacturing locally and thereby using the local expertise and cultural experience of excellent craftmanship. Made By Hand was established in 2013 and is therefore a relatively new brand on the Danish design scene. One of the most popular lamps from Made By Hand is A. Wedel Madsen's Workshop lamp that has decorated Danish homes for generations. Traditionally, the Workshop lamp was used in workshops because of the good light that the lamp provided but lately the lamp has become increasingly popular in modern homes and today it has the status of a retro classic. Subsequently, Made By Hand has expanded their assortiment of lamps to include the Petite Machine series and the Porcelight series. The Petite Machine lamps are designed by Flemming Lindholdt Madsen who found his inspiration for the lamp in the industrial and functional design of the 50s. With their nice materials and great details, the Petite Machine lamps are spectacular designer lamps. The Petite Machine lamps are made as table lamps, ceiling lights and wall lights.
Made By Hand is a relatively young danish design brand that creates fabolous lamps. Their lamps are primarily inspired by the industrial environment. Made By Hand has expanded their lamp assortment tremendously to include the following series: The most iconic series is the Made By Hand Workshop lamp. The Workshop lamp is a lamp that suits most homes due to its rustic looks and many colour options.
Made By Hand Knit-Wit:
The lamp is designed with inspiration from the qualities of the sun and the traditional rice paper lamp. The result is a lamp with a 360 degree light, in a variety of sizes, shapes and colours. The lamp provides a pleasant and warm light created by the innovative technology using a complicated 3D knitting technology. See the Knit-Wit lamps here.
Award winning Erik Magnussen is the man behind the simple and classic Porcelight lamps. Erik Magnussen trained as a ceramist and now designs lamps, applied arts and furniture. Besides lighting, the versatile artist works with rather different designs; everything from bells and door handles to phones - a true multitalent. However, Erik Magnussen is probably best known for the thermos produced by Stelton that you can find in many homes worldwide.
The designers behind the Knit-Wit Lamp
The pretty and innovative Knit-Wit lamp is designed by the design duo ISKOS-BERLIN. The design duo is known for their work with recognised design brands worldwide. Their design studio was established in 2010 and since then they have worked with a wide variety of tasks such as designing lamps and furniture as well as exhibitions and interior design.
The Petite Machine Lamp:
The man nehind the Petite Machine lamp series is called Flemming Lindholdt Madsen who has designed his first lamp for Made By Hand. Take a look at e.g. Made By Hand Petite Machine 01 table lamp in black or brass. An incredibly beautiful piece of craftmanship that fits perfectly on the desk or as a decoration object in the home.
The story behind Made By Hand
Made By Hand first saw the light of day in 2013. But Made By Hand's story goes further back as they are a Danish design brand with traditions. These go as far back as 1951 where A. Wedel-Madsen designs the classic and original "Workshop lamp". Made By Hand thinks of design as a combination of their Danish roots, the classic look and designs with a high functionality. All Made By Hand's products are manufactured in Denmark and many of them are hand-manufactured by qualified Danish craftmen.