New: PHOENIX by Visser & Meijwaard

The PHOENIX lamp range by the Dutch designer duo Visser & Meijwaard for LINTELOO let's an old technique of blowing glass rise from its ashes In the 1400s, Angelo Barovier—Murano’s greatest glassmaker ever—developed the art of calcedonio: adding oxides to glass for a marbled effect, resembling semiprecious chalcedony.  Together with a family of Italian glass artisans, Dutch design duo Visser & Meijwaard created a glass table lamp, a floor lamp and a pendant light with either vertical or horizontal suspension, consisting of mouth blown and sandblasted individual elements, using the technique of calcedonio. The glass elements come together like beads on a necklace. They opted for pared back, ton-sur-ton veining in their lamps, complementing the elegant, clean lines, reminiscent of the Art Deco period. PHOENIX lamps are available in glass colors white or salmon. 

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New: DROP by Petra Hartman

With DROP by Dutch designer Petra Hartman we add an elegant new lamp to our LINTELOO lighting collection. Crystal droplets are a recurring theme in multi-talented designer Petra Hartman’s jewellery designs. They can be viewed as dewdrops or tears, depending on the eye of the beholder.  For DROP she translated this theme to a mouth-blown, partially sandblasted pendant light, with a frame of brons-coated steel. A perfectly formed and masterly crafted glass object that is both beautiful lit or unlit. DROP comes in two sizes and is available in glass colors salmon or fume. 

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BOLD, a new sofa by Paola Navone 

One of the world’s best designers, Paola Navone, is never afraid to make a bold statement. You could even call it her signature. And her new sofa BOLD for LINTELOO represents just that and more. This extremely comfortable sofa consists of a flexible series of capacious rounded elements. Next to that a small arm chair and a love seat with the same signature complete the look. Customers can choose the upholstery of their liking for BOLD from our LINTELOO upholstery collection, giving it their own personal touch. 

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IMM Cologne 2020

(Zeist) January 2020 – With five diverse new designs LINTELOO once again demonstrates what the brand, founded in 1994, has been known for from the beginning: its innovative designs, in which aesthetics, comfort and durability are three strong, equally important values. But these fixed, almost solid- looking values do not exclude the fact that each and every one of the designs is an exciting piece, designed with a fresh look, bold, modern, with its typical LINTELOO-tone, manufactured by the best craftsmen:
Park Avenue sofa by Jan te Lintelo
Bel Air armchair by Jan te Lintelo
Brooklyn armchair by Jan te Lintelo
Bimu table by Bart Vos
Orion lighting by EL Schmid

After celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2019, LINTELOO is not leaning back. With full speed ahead and zest for life, LINTELOO enters a new calendar year and the second quarter century of its existence.

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