Pelikan Design partnered by Lars Mathiesen, born in 1944 and Niels Gammelgaard, born 1950. They are both architects specializing in industrial design. They favour functional and unpretentious idioms that are minimalist, yet expressive.
Fritz Hansen Cafe chair
Fritz Hansen Labirinth room devider
Fritz Hansen Plano P934
Set of Fritz Hansen design classics, the so-called Cafe chair designed by Copenhagen Pelikan Design in 1983 as cafe furniture, The opening in the seat makes the chair stackable.
The chairs have zinc-coated steel-tube frames with rubber-covered backrest and seating and are extremely durable. Suitable for in-and outdoor use.
This Labyrinth room divider was designed by Pelikan Design in 1997 for Fritz Hansen It consists of curved units with narrow, oblique wooden slats. The Labyrinth room divider has height-adjustable feet in natural anodized aluminium. The frame is beech natural.
Plano is a series of tables designed by Pelikan Design for Fritz Hansen. Originally, the brief from Fritz Hansen was to create a dining table with a light expression simply consisting of a surface and 4 legs. Pelikan Design came up with Plano and the signature feature of the tables, the ultrathin and almost “floating” tabletop. Indeed, a light expression, a surface and four almost superfluous legs.