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Bang pendant lamps for fog and Morup

Jacob Eiler Bang (1899-1965) glass lamps designed in 1963 for Fog and Morup lighting company, Denmark,
Jacob Eiler Bang (1899 – 1965) was a Danish glass designer. Bang originally studied architecture but soon changed to glass design. He joined the Holmegaard Glass Factory in 1928.

Fog and Morup History

Ansgar Fog (1880-1930) and Erik Morup (1879-1972) started a business together in 1904 but it was only in the early 1960s that Fog and Morup really emerged as a key force in lighting design, following the company’s appointment in 1957 of Jo Hammerborg as head of design.

Important designers and architects that worked for the company are: Claus Bonderup, Torsten Thorup, Sidse Werner, Sophus Frandsen, Jørgen Bo, E. Balslev, Peter Avondoglio, Karen Clemmensen, Ebbe Clemmensen, Hans Due and off course Jo Hammerborg himself.

Dimensions: Height 41 cm x Diameter 11 cm
Total length (adjustable) 94 cm


Qty: 2
Price:  360.00


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