Tanne – a new glassware range designed by Lin Utzon
Inspired by the gossamer lace curtains in Karen Blixen’s home at Rungstedlund, Lin Utzon has now created an attractive new vase and votive with a matt silver motif. The name Tanne is derived from the writer’s nickname, and the range combines simplicity and elegance – just as we would expect from Karen Blixen’s sure sense of style.
Rosendahl is the official main sponsor of the Karen Blixen Museum, and for every piece of Karen Blixen’s Christmas sold, a donation is made towards new exhibitions at the Rungstedlund museum. “We are delighted to be able to make a contribution as the main sponsor of the Karen Blixen Museum’s ongoing efforts to preserve the artistic legacy of Karen Blixen. Partnership with the museum will help to strengthen our brand in Denmark and internationally, while also giving us the opportunity to develop entirely new related concepts,” according to Erik Rosendahl, chairman of the board and founder of Rosendahl.
“The museum at Rungstedlund is an autonomous institution under the Rungstedlund Fund. We depend on funding to enable us to continue the work of preserving Karen Blixen’s lovely house, Rungstedlund, and showcasing the writer’s life and work. The museum has been in existence for 17 years now and has drawn close to a million visitors from all over the world. We are delighted that Rosendahl has come forward as our main sponsor because we feel Karen Blixen’s writings represent the quality of design that Rosendahl stands for,” says Marianne Wirenfeldt Asmussen, museum director at Rungstedlund.
RRP EUR :
Tanne Vase, 14 cm, EUR 39.95
Tanne Vase, 18 cm, EUR 52.00
Tanne Votive, EUR 21.95
Tanne Vase, 14 cm, GBP 26.95
Tanne Vase, 18 cm, GBP 36.95
Tanne Votive, GBP 16.95