"Play and Learn through design and architecture"
Carrying on the heritage and legacy, Sibast Furniture continues to honour its heritage of creating aesthetically refined pieces of furniture that fit perfectly into the world today. With its distinctive designs, Sibast gives the buyer a unique opportunity to embrace Danish Modern.
Danish furniture company Thors-Design will showcase a unique table created from sustainable wood, upcycled from a decommissioned wharf in Denmark at ArtPalmBeach in Miami, Florida, which runs until Sunday.
The Danish digital studio Spring/Summer makes immersive digital experiences for brands such as American Express, Stine Goya and Roskilde Festival. Here, they explain how small magic moments help give users a great experience.
At the end of January 2019 you can visit the first worldwide education on Design for Play, combining design with playing, when the Design School in Kolding opens its doors to the public. As a result of their culture, Danes specialize in centring on the participant of playing – creating the most innovate and flexible ways to test several solutions. Alumnis from this education are a real treat for companies looking for growth through innovation.
Danish architect Anders Barslund reflects on how modern architecture can loose touch with its surroundings. In his own work, Barslund tries to reconnect buildings with the spirit of their location by using materials and colours suiting to the environment.
With the theme of December: "play and learn through design and architecture”, this is the second of two compilations that show how Danish designers and architects work with playfulness and learning through their competencies. This time we focus on how resizing and twisting ankles can bend your way of behaving.
We’ve put together a list of the top 5 most-read articles about architecture from January 1st to December 18th according to page views, with each article featuring the work of awesome Danish architects. Enjoy.
During the research of creating a joint financial advisory centre for a Danish company active within banking, insurance and pension funding, Jensen Retail looked to other countries for inspiration. But each country has a culture of its own. Today the company Alm. Brand has a unique solution to the future of financial services responding the needs of their clients.
With the theme of “December: play and learn through design and architecture” this is the first of two compilations that shows how Danish designers and architects work with playfulness and learning through their competencies. This article will focus on how to activate kids and grown-ups at schools for the sake of better learning.
Fritz Hansen presents Plenum: a customisable sofa to sit and work on. Its design challenges traditional office furniture by creating a homelike and playful feeling in the workspace. The sofa has power and USB outlets and can be fitted with tables in different sizes.