Danish designer Alfred Homann creates lighting, furniture and architecture with an eye for simplicity, clarity and logic. A graduate of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art, Homann practiced architecture before branching into industrial design. He founded his own architecture practice in 1978 and has since conceived public buildings, transit stations, museums, interiors and private residences in Denmark and the U.S. As an industrial designer, he has collaborated with some of the industry’s most prestigious manufacturers to realize his creations. For the past four decades, Homann has designed lighting exclusively for Louis Poulsen, including the award-winning Nyhavn Wall Lamp, which he created with Ole V. Kjær in 1976. He has received numerous accolades for his work, including an iF Design Award for his Kipp Post light with Louis Poulsen. When he isn’t envisioning new products and projects, Homann can be found teaching the next generation of designers at architecture and design schools around the world.