Danish design and manufacturing company Skovby Furniture has been around for quite some time. Their history goes back almost a century, and with their passion for natural materials they are known for creating innovative and functional designs for everyday use.
Transformation, as in renewing the purposes and structures of old buildings, is part of the business-strategy at AART architects. When preserving cultural history, architecture creates a social impact, with the final result often being even less expensive than building from scratch.
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.
Working closely together with some of the last finishers in Denmark, the Danish design company Anour turn copper, brass, steel, aluminium, wood and marble into custom lighting for customers who want a unique lamp for life.
As a key figure in the Danish Modernism movement, Jens Risom is considered one of the very first designers to bring Danish Modernism to America. Three of his iconic designs are now being relaunched by Fredericia.
Every once in a while, a designer receives the honour of being nominated for a design award and maybe even winning one. Danish design studio VE2 didn’t settle for just one mention, however. This year, the company won four German Design Awards and, although we are still in the early months of 2019, VE2 is already nominated for yet another!
The new PONTO table by Troels Grum-Schwensen – GRUMDESIGN – is being presented at the Stockholm Furniture Fair. Its pyramid-shaped legs support not only the tabletop, but also give the appearance of a bridge – hence the name. A talk with designer Troels Grum-Schwensen reveals the inspiration – and his fascination with the nature of flying.