The Petite Machine clearly reflects the Danish craftmanship tradition and combine modern technology with a human touch. The name Petite Machine refers to the functionality and mobility between the shade and base. Like a machine all the internal functions are compressed in order to maintain a small-scale design. The design is inspired by lamp design of the 1930s and 1950s.

  • Care and maintainance

    To ensure the longevity and beauty of your steel and brass lamps, we recommend following these care and maintenance guidelines:

    - Regularly dust the lamp with a soft, dry cloth to remove surface dust and debris. For stubborn dirt or fingerprints, lightly dampen the cloth with water and mild soap, then gently wipe the surface clean. Avoid abrasive cleaners or harsh chemicals that may damage the powder-coated finish.

    Brass Maintenance:
    - Brass components, such as pipes and fittings, may develop a natural patina over time due to exposure to air and moisture. To maintain the luster and shine of brass, periodically polish the surfaces with a brass cleaner or a mixture of lemon juice and baking soda. Be sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions and test the cleaner on a small, inconspicuous area first.

    Avoid Damage:
    - Handle the lamps with care to prevent scratching or denting of the steel and brass surfaces. Avoid placing heavy objects on or near the lamps, as this may cause structural damage or instability.
    - Protect the lamps from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures to prevent fading or discoloration of the powder-coated finish. Use window coverings or curtains to filter sunlight and maintain a stable indoor climate.

  • Important Note

    The Petite Machine Lamp Collection exemplifies the fusion of functionality and timeless design, drawing inspiration from lamp designs of the 1930s and 1950s. By following these care and maintenance guidelines, you can preserve the beauty and integrity of your steel and brass lamps, adding a touch of Danish craftsmanship tradition to your home for years to come.