Posted on May 19th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design.
The annual design event 3daysofdesign in Copenhagen gather a selected group of brands from the Danish and international design scene showcasing their work as a part of an array of events all over the city.
Posted on April 30th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design.
With the poster design titled Deconstructed the Copenhagen based multidisciplinary creative studio Atelier Cph has created a collection inspired by the Bauhaus experimental modernism and the Dutch art movement De Stilj.
With a Less is More approach Reform´s new showroom in Berlin Mitte is an over all grey, bright and open space showcasing their exciting nature toned kitchens and interior collection designed by renowned architects and designers.
Posted on April 23rd, by Dorthe Smeby in Design.
For 2019´s Salone del Mobile Vitra explored four distinct environments shaped by four points of view questioning what personal marks we leave in the spaces we live in, as well as featuring new designs.
Posted on April 11th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design.
The Join by Norwegian Presence exhibition at Salone del Mobile in Milan this week exhibits prototypes and crafted objects from 21 designers curated by Kråkvik&D`Orazio with community and sustainability as the key approach.
Fritz Hansen has recently opened their first store in China; Fritz Hansen Gallery Xi´an´´ is designed by the Spanish artist Jamie Hayon, and his southern European roots is evident in the stores sculptural silhouette and daring colors.
At Salone del Mobile this week Muuto will unveil several new designs as well as introduce the exhibition A Space for Being, an interactive installation exploring how design impact our well-being.
Posted on March 27th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design.
For the annually documentary festival CHP:DOX in Copenhagen this week Kunsthal Charlottenborg exhibition center is transformed into a gathering point with custom made furniture and décor by Normann Copenhagen and MBADV.
Posted on March 21st, by Dorthe Smeby in Design.
For the recently opened restaurant Under at Lindesnes the Norwegian designers Ment was chosen to create the restaurants 18-course tableware exploring materials and developing new colors based on Norwegian minerals.