Born on the island of Gotland in Sweden in 1919, Hans-Agne Jakobsson is a Swedish designer known for his lighting creations. After a carpenter's apprenticeship he studied architecture in Gothenburg, Sweden. Jakobsson designs his creations from natural materials inspired by Scandinavian landscapes. True master in the art of lighting, he proposes lamps with invisible and surprising light bulbs. His expertise has allowed him to express his creativity and offer a wide variety of timeless lighting.
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Black table lamp, Contemporary creation
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Pair of "Medusa" wall lights, contemporary creation, 2018.
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Pair of sconces "RD2340", Years 1960
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Pair of gilt brass table lamps, Years 1980
Suspension, Circa 1970/1980
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Lamp covered with Figaro cover of July 14, 1955, 1955