Category: Design

New Design from Woud

Posted on December 5th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design.
The Danish brand WOUD launches a new series of cabinets named Array created by the Danish designer duo Says Who, with a Scandinavian design tradition of simplicity, minimalism and functionality.

Progetto Palazzo

Posted on November 16th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design.
The Danish art gallery Etage Projects ends at November 17 the exhibition featuring new works from the gallery´s designers, produced when in residency at the Palazzo Monti in Brescia, Italy.

Danish Craftsmanship

Posted on November 11th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design.
The annual Danish Cabinetmaker´s Autumn Exhibition focuses this year on the importance of craftsmanship, and presents 41 prototypes of furniture in the exciting Thorvaldsen´s Museum in Copenhagen.

Norm Architects 2

Posted on November 9th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design, Interior.
The Danish Sørensen Leather´s new HQ outside Aarhus in Denmark has been created by Norm Architects and recently completed, where tactile surfaces of leather gives a calm sense of elegance.

Norm Architects x Sticks´n´Sushi

Posted on October 25th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design, Interior.
Norm Architects have created an interior design where Scandinavian and Japanese aesthetics meet at the recently opened Sticks´n´Sushi restaurant located on King´s Road in the heart of the chic and high-end Chelsea in London.

Discreet Minimalism

Posted on October 19th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design.
The renowned Louisiana Museum of Modern Art just outside Copenhagen celebrates its 60 years anniversary this year. For this event the Danish studio Larsen & Eriksen has designed a minimalistic wristwatch.

New Showroom in Aarhus

Posted on October 17th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture, Design, Interior.
The Danish flooring company Dinesen and cabinetmaker Garde Hvalsøe have opened an exciting showroom together in Aarhus created by the renowned Copenhagen based Studio David Thulstrup.

Herman K Hotel

Posted on October 10th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture, Design.
The Brutalist apereance behind a dark bronze grid facade of a central Copenhagen electrical transformer station was preserved when it was converted into the edgy five star hotel Herman K.

UP Kitchen Design

Posted on September 26th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design.
Reform has teamed up with Danish Lendager Group and developed a sustainable kitchen design, by using the architects knowhow on circular economics and their exclusively rights to use Dinesen´s surplus wood.