Only a few have influenced the Holmegaard design as much as Per Lütken. With 3000 designs along his 50 years career, he became a real glass legend. Long before “Organic” became a key-word in Danish design language, he experimented with the natural form of glass. Even after half a century, his design didn’t lose any of its expressibility. Holmegaard goes back to its roots with the Selandia bowl.
Per Lütken designed Selandia in the year 1957 and created a classic with it. The characteristic design embodies the essence of modern glass art, but also expresses ancient glass techniques with its swung lines and its organic form.
The Selandia bowl is a demanded collector’s piece today. Not at last for younger generations that search for elegant retro-coolness. Holmegaard re-enters Selandia to the market along contemporaneous furnishing-tendencies, as clear-glass sculptural arts object for the table or shelves, emphasizing the strongly minimalist bowl. With season-adapted fruits or as ultimate gift for Christmas, Selandia is the embodiment of Danish design in a current edition.