Something special happens when the architecture of Langelinie Pavillonen meets the best of Danish design. We are quite proud of that.
Danish design has a special place in Pavillonen. Some of our best architects and designers such as Poul Henningsen, Børge Mogensen og Verner Panton have worked with the building down to the smallest detail of interior decorating.
Therefore, it is an obvious choice for us to collaborate with the company &tradition who are in charge of furnishing and interior decorations. The Nordic tradition for simple and functional design is managed in the best possible way by &tradition who make sure that our house is at the same time modern and yet classic and stylish.
One of the most iconic lamps of Danish design saw the light of day in 1958 when Poul Henningsen (1894-1967) was given the task of designing a chandelier for Langelinie Pavillonen. It was a requirement that the lamp must not blind and by way of geometry and mathematical formulae Poul Henningsen designed the PH Koglen (the Cone). The beautiful cones made of cobber are of course still the heart of the restaurant’s design and we think that they are most beautiful right here in the surroundings that PH intended for the Cone.
Further two lamps from the hand of Poul Henningsen are designed for Langelinie Pavillonen. Tallerkenlampen made of cobber (the Plate lamp), shaped as ripples on water, and the ceiling lamps in our grand lobby that, as opposed to all other rooms in Pavillonen, does not have natural lightning. The lamp for the lobby is a prototype that was never put into production.