"World Tour - projects and designs around the globe"
Frandsen Project has customized lamps for the exquisite Boutique Hotel in Oslo’s Amerikalinjen, which is hosted by Nordic Choice Hotels in the renovated building of the first transatlantic ferry-line going from Oslo to New York.
The largest meet & greet event in architecture and design in Denmark, hosted by HOLMRIS B8, is back on Thursday 2nd May 2019 – an event that brings together more than 3,000 professional visitors from design, architecture, and the building industry. State of Health will be this year’s focus and 130 exhibitors will take part in the event.
Recently, the Danish architectural practice Schønherr won an award from the Society of Concrete Elements for their work with a newly developed nature park in Denmark. Besides having a strong figurative appeal, Schønherr wanted to emphasize how nature always has something new to offer.
Bringing the right people together around a great idea often results in brilliant solutions. Dinesen FRAMED by Vahleis one of those ideas, hatched by renowned architect and designer, Lars Vejen, brought to life in collaboration with Dinesen and Vahle and nominated as a finalist for a Danish Design Award 2019.
Design is by definition made for exploration and finding new solutions. Thus, for Danish ARDE, working with design means moving in only one direction: forward. Meet the man behind ARDE who loves to explore new materials and sustainable technologies that can be transformed into successful products.
Understanding the behaviour of human beings is essential when designing lasting, functional architecture. At DISSING+WEITLING architecture, they call it designing from the inside out. Daniel Hayden, a Partner and Architect MAA at DISSING+WEITLING architecture, shares his thoughts about this fundamental design strategy and how it relates to time and value.
Five objects. Which five objects would you choose to bring with you to make yourself feel at home? Design School Kolding participates in this year’s Salone del Mobile with the exhibition “A home is a home is a home”, challenging our perception of what makes us belong.