Meet The Designers

We proudly present our team of designers.

Since 1968 Benny Frandsen has been designing lamps. Benny Frandsen is the founder of Frandsen Group A/S.

Benny Frandsen has won several international design awards for his lamp designs through the years. The most iconic design is the Ball series, which is one of the best selling series from Frandsen Retail.

In 2018 Benny Frandsen celebrates his 50th anniversary together with Frandsen Group A/S.




Frandsen Retail A/S has been designing, producing and marketing lamps since 1968. This means that we now have extensive knowledge and expertise within all stages of production.

Frandsen Retail has created and marketed a wide range of designer lamps since 1968. Many of Frandsen’s lamps have become contemporary classics, and the company maintains its innovative approach to lighting and interior design with two collections a year.



Born in France in 1979, Guillaume Delvigne studied at the Ecole de Design Nantes Atlantique and the Politecnico di Milano. After graduation he starts in Milan at George J. Sowden studio, co founder of the Memphis movement. In parallel he quickly starts to design his own objects, for an italian editor named Industreal. In 2004 he settles in Paris and for a few years he works along-side various renowned designers such as RADI Designers, Delo Lindo, Elium Studio, Marc Newson or Cédric Ragot.

In 2011 he opens his own studio, inaugurates his first personal exhibition at the ToolsGalerie and receives the Grand Prize of the creation of the city of Paris. He leads now a lot of projects for established french and foreign companies such as Hermès, Givenchy, Cristal de Sèvres, Tefal, Habitat, Fabbian, or Frandsen, just as for young editors like La Chance, Hartô or ENOstudio. His designs are regularly exposed during exhibitions in France and abroad and have been awarded or belong to permanent collections.

The idea behind the « Honey » project was to play with the qualities of textured glass and to highlight a nice combination with turned wood. The very simple and symmetrical shape of the glass shade is enriched by the ribs which give all the visual power to the lamp. Those ribs make a reference to classical japanese paper lamps. The challenge was to create a complete collection, from table to pendant lamp, always using the same glass shade. We wanted to get something consistent but with singular interesting pieces at the same time.



Philip Bro was born in 1962 and educated at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design.

He founded his own design studio in Copenhagen. He has designed and impressive number of products and projects ranging from suburban trains to candlesticks. He has had great success with his collection of lamps.



A Danish design studio based in Aarhus. There core business is lifestyle-based design, ranging from furniture to lighting. In our design solutions we adopt an international approach since our market place often spans the world.