The Line candleholder created in 1983 is an icon of the minimalist style. Designed by Mogens Lassen, the candleholder is still up to date.
In 1983, Mogens Lassen set about adding further design pieces to his candleholders, which were designed in 1962. One of the design objects based on mathematical formulas is the iconic Line candleholder. Every single object was constructed with great accuracy and a precise aspect ratio.
Lassen left absolutely nothing to chance. The by Lassen Line candleholder consists of one line that connects both candles - and which is also the reason for its name.
Just like all the other products of the collection, the reduced design and the architectural look of Line fits perfectly with contemporary minimalism . To this day, the by Lassen's Line candleholders are made by skilled artisans in Holstebro (Denmark), and thus represent true Danish craftsmanship. The candleholders are made out of lacquered steel by the brand by Lassen and are available in different variants.