The Glassalen lantern from Kähler's Urbania series resembles the famous Glass Hall, or Glassalen in Danish, located in Copenhagen's Tivoli. Made of ceramics, the lantern is finished with beautiful white glazing.

Kähler’s Urbania lanterns depict a variety of buildings from residential high-rises to famous landmarks, offering a modern alternative to more traditional house-shaped lanterns. Designed by Mette Bache and Barbara Bendix Becker, each ceramic lantern is complete with hand-carved windows that not only give the lantern an interesting, distinctive look but also allow the warm glow of a tealight to cast lovely light patterns around the lantern. Pick your favourite lantern or collect the entire series to create a whole town of glowing lighthouses!

Urbania lighthouse, Glassalen


44.35 €


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Mette Bache & Barbara Bendix Becker

Mette Bache and Barbara Bendix Becker are Danish designers who studied at the same time at the Danish Design School, and formed a design duo named R7B after their graduation in 1996. Bache and Becker have collaborated in various different projects, including ceramic collections for the Danish Kähler.

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