The history about thermodan:
In 1957 Lyngby Porcelain produced the world’s first porcelain thermo set. The designer Axel Brüel worked at Lyngby Porcelain as a close artistic advisor and had great influence on the clean and functional design direction the company took during the 1940’s and 50’s. The Thermodan products were double walled like a thermo jug. This ensured that the coffee stayed warm longer, and that nobody got his or her fingers burned. The design was much appraised within the industry and Thermodan won the first prize at the Milan Triennale in 1960, after which it was exhibited at Louvre in Paris and at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, where it is part of the permanent collection.
Thermodan is back! Lyngby Porcelain is bringing the tall and elegant thermo set back to life.