In 1957, Lyngby Porcelain produced the world’s first porcelain thermos set. The designer behind it, Axel Brüel, worked at Lyngby Porcelain as a regular artistic consultant and had a major influence on the pure and functionalist style orientation of Lyngby Porcelain in the 1950s and 60s. The Thermodan products have a dual wall, like a thermos flask. This kept the coffee hot for longer, without anyone’s fingers getting burnt. The design attracted a great deal of attention in the industry and Thermodan received a silver medal at the 1960 Milan Triennale Exhibition. The range was next exhibited at the Louvre, Paris, followed by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, where it remains part of the permanent collection.
Series: Lyngby Thermodan
Volume: 4.0 fl oz.