Pelikan Copenhagen is the name of the former agency of Mia Gammelgaard, Niels Gammelgaard, Lars Mathiesen and Ehlén Johansson. These four designers worked for companies such as Erik Jorgensen, Matteo Grassi and Fritz Hansen. Their designs are characterized by their agelessness and occasional predilection for classical forms.
It’s all in the name: Six Pack has six brochure holders. The design gives leaflets, commercial brochures and magazines the attention they deserve. The slender character of the Six Pack design works well in.by Pelikan & Co
Brochure stand Spring B1 is part of the Spring flexible cloakroom system. Just like the other components from this system designed by Pelikan & Co. it is striking in appearance. The five robust ledges reinforce this image. The four castors mean that the brochure stand is easy to move around.by Pelikan & Co
It is not the mirror itself, but the frame that makes the mirror. That much is clear from the Liston mirror designed by Danish bureau Pelikan & Co. With the scarcely noticeable frame the mirror blends in effortless with its surroundings. This feel is emphasized by the mirror and frame forming a single surface. Liston is available in various sizes, ranging from 50 x 50 to 100 x 200 centimetres.by Pelikan & Co
The cloakroom system Spring DV designed by the Danish bureau Pelikan & Co. is easy to move around. Thanks to the unusual S-form the various units can slide easily together so that the system takes up little space.by Pelikan & Co