Note is available in different mat colours. Or better still, you can shed your own light on things.
White SGM HI039 mat
Orange RAL2001 mat
Grey NCS1000 mat
Turquoise RAL6034 mat
HEIGHT: 340 mm
WIDTH: 250 mm
DEPTH: 30 mm
2 x G9 led
1500 mm with switch
Charlotte von der Lancken was born in Stockholm 1978. She graduated with an MA in Industrial Design from University Collage of Arts Crafts and Design (Konstfack) in 2004. This included one semester at Elisava, Barcelona.
On graduating, Charlotte established Front Design with three classmates. They announced themselves with a collection designed in collaboration with animals (2003) a solo exhibition at Droog Design Gallery in Amsterdam and "Sketch Furniture" (2005). Drawings made in mid-air, recorded with motion capture and materialized with 3D-printing.
Front started to work with Moooi who produced the Horse Lamp, Pig Table, Rabbit lamp and Blow away Vase, transformed by a digital gust of wind. They also designed pieces for Materia, Offecct, IKEA, Moroso and Established & Sons.
In 2007 they made a Collection in collaboration with magicians. The result was shown at Rossana Orlandi Galley in Milan and produced in a limited edition for Galerie Kreo in Paris.
In 2010, they received the prestigious Torsten & Wanja Söderbergs Award, and same year also "A&W Designer of the Year". In 2013 they released their shower Collection for Axor Hansgrohe and received Red Dot Award "Best of the Best". They also worked with Ballantines 12 and Haägen Dazs.
Then in 2015 Charlotte established CVDLAB. She started a collaboration with Rosenthal and created vases in a limited edition for the anniversary year of Philippe Rosenthal. In 2017 she judged the Product Design category in IF Design Award and she collaborated with BSweden, Gemla and Materia. Her work has been included in the Collections of MoMA New York and San Fransisco, M+ Hong Kong, Nationalmuseum, Röhsska Museet, Victoria & Albert and MUDAC.
Charlotte has currently an office in Stockholm where she is working on a wide range of exciting and unexpected projects.