Etude 2

  • Etude 2
  • Etude 2
  • Etude 2
  • Etude 2

Etude 2

Designer:
Producer:
Design year:
1978
Design type:
Lighting, Pendant
Dimensions:
Diameter:
28 cm |11.0 inches
Height:
31 cm |12.2 inches
Lightsource(s):
No. of bulbs:
1
Bulb socket size:
E27
Max Watt:
60 W
Colors:*
Aubergine, Opal
Materials:*
Blown glass
* Variations are separated by comma [ , ] while Combinations are separated by slash [ / ]

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About the design

The Etude 2 is the smallest of two pendants designed by Michael Bang in 1978 for Holmegaard.

A beautiful blown glass pendant with an organic trumpet-like shape and a circle at the middle in either opal or aubergine colored glass. The opal version ensures an evenly distribution of light towards the sides, while the open wide bottom provides a direct flow of light downward. The aubergine version ensures that the emitted light primarily flow downwards, while the bulb itself appears as a glowing ball inside the shade. Near the bottom of the aubergine version, a broad rim is kept as clear glass, which gives the pendant a stylish touch.

The super minimalist shape combined with the extravagance of the colored blown glass makes the Etude 2 a true beauty! It blends in perfectly in almost anywhere with its non-intrusive, yet very intriguing design!

Michael Bang designed the Etude 2 and the lager version, Etude 1, in 1978 for Holmegaard and it was offered in two colors; opal and aubergine.

Available from The Collection

Etude 2 by Michael Bang, Holmegaard, 1978
Michael Bang
Holmegaard
In stock: 1

Meet the Designer

Michael Bang

Michael Bang

Michael Bang was the son of Jacob E. Bang. In the 1960s and 1970s, Michael Bang designed glassware at the Odense Glass Factory. In the 1980s he joined Holmegaard, where he managed the design of the mouth-blown lamps in opal-white glass, in which the gl …

Originally produced by

Holmegaard

Holmegaard

Holmegaard Glassworks was founded in 1825, but it all starts two years before, as Count Christian Danneskiold- Samsøe (1774-1823), applied the King of Denmark for permission to build a glassworks at Holmegaard Mose (a bog). Sadly, the Count dies before …