"Branding in Design and Architecture"
Co-founder of the Copenhagen-based furniture company MILLION invites you inside the engine room to discover the process behind the creation of the brand’s identity. Out of four tools, the one he values most is repetition.
"Colours are amazing. They can set a tone, bring out feelings and push a well-known design in a whole new direction." Normann Copenhagen and Montana both use colours strategically when they design but their approaches are quite different.
"When focus is pointed away from ourselves and towards our clients. That is when our brand stands out, most clearly". At AART they value the impact that design and architecture have on people so much that they see it as part of their DNA.
What's the cut? What’s the economic and human benefits from collaborating? DANISH™ asked three Danish brands about this. Design is at its strongest when independent and free – this benefits everyone, they believe.
Fredericia Furniture celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Trinidad chair by breathing new life into Nanna Ditzel’s timeless design icon. But what makes a design timeless, and how do you keep a design that is more than 25 years old relevant?
With what has become Denmark’s largest meet and greet event Danish company Holmris.Designbrokers is expecting more than 3000 professional visitors from design, architecture and the building industry on the 15th of March as they throw their annual event Trends & Traditions. This is your invitation!
Brick houses are a common sight in Denmark, but Tegnestuen Mejeriet and E+N Arkitektur have taken it one step further by making the bricks visible inside the buildings. Read about the renovation of the 200 year old inn Henne Kirkeby Kro and the brand new brick house Villa Bayview.
As part of this month’s theme: Scalability and modular thinking, DANISH™ asked three Danish brands about their approach to human relations when in partnership with designers. "Metal fatigue" is something that needs to be avoided, they all agree upon