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Laura Faurschou design studio er baseret i København. Studiet ledes af Laura Faurschou. Hun er uddannet fra Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademis skole for design. Studiet arbejder indenfor møbel-, produkt- og belysningsdesign , interiør , grafik og styling. Studiet arbejder med private kunder og på flere projekter for danske og internationale klienter blandt andre &Tradition, MUNK collectiv, Herman CPH , Paper collectiv, Rainmaking Loft CPH og UK.
Born in Copenhagen in 1963, Jakob Wagner took a B.sc. in Design Engeneering at DIA-M in Denmark (1987) and completed a second degree at Art Centre Switzerland, 1992. Following internships/studies in United States he set up Jakob Wagner Studio in Copenhagen in 1993. The studio began by focussing on high-tech products for sports, professional and medical applications and later home products, which led to lines for Alessi, Bang & Olufsen, Menu, Muuto, Stelton and furniture projects for Capelli, B&B Italia, Moroso and Hay amung others. Jakob's work has been exhibited internationally and have received numerous awards (6IF awards, 3 red dots Bundespries, Designer of the year) as well as becoming part of the permanent exhibition at MOMA, New York. Wagner's simple yet sophisticated work expresses the essence of a product in a minimalist, poetic and playful manner. His design process is detailed and considered, but also user-centric, which results in timeless iconic designs.
Vi lever og ånder for boligindretning, design og laver tøjstativer i vandrør, handlavede plankeborde & stel. Vi har et bredt udvalg, kan har et tøjstativ til både mænd, kvinder og børn. Her på siden finder du dit tøjstativ til garderoben, entreen, tøjbutikken eller modemessen – Med vores "design selv" service, kan du få skæddersyet din helt egen løsning - kun fantasien sætter grænser. Vi løser erhvervs opgaver, i alt fra store til små tøjbutikker. Vi fører derudover en helt unik produktion af borde. Vi har vores egen møbelsnedker og designer vores eget spisebord, sofabord, plankebord, linoleumsbord og flere forskellige bordben. Alt er håndlavet og vi sætter stor ære i kvalitet. Vi har lavet vores modeller, så de både er praktiske men også smarte, moderne og ikke mindst robuste. Med tøjstativer fra RackBuddy får du en løsning med flere muligheder - bla. skohylde, stumtjener, stativer til tasker, smykker og meget mere. De sorte vandrør giver stativerne et slidt, råt og industrielt look, som gør din garderobe spændende og indbydende Gå på opdagelse i shoppen og find dig en RackBuddy for livet.
The Studio KN—S. is a Copenhagen based design studio founded in 2012 by designer Kristian Lindhardt Nørhave. The studio works in the classic Scandinavia minimalism, with a playful approach that brings the Scandinavian style into our time. The Scandinavian style and quality is widely known, it is easily recognized for its pure lines, simple colouring and elegant expression and I am very pleased to be a part of the next generation to bring the Scandinavian inherited into a new area. - Kristian In 2013 the studio produced its first line of products, the KL10s series, with a Danish manufacture.
I am a very versatile designer that masters both conceptual and technical aspects of the design process. I have a very playful approach and always strive to give to the product some characteristic features and personality that will make it stand out from the crowd.I have worked within many categories of product design, from futuristic electrical cars to pink horse stables for Lego. Working with new fields and continuing to learn, these are very motivating factors for me, and naturally keeping having fun along the way.
Okoumé er et mindre designværksted, der har til huse på Østerbro. Vi arbejder med råmaterialet som udgangspunkt for designet og finder en stor del af vores inspiration herfra. Vores nuværende produkter er udelukkende produceret af stål, men vi finder også andre materialer meget inspirerende - særligt træ og de mange flotte variationer naturligt træ kan bringe ind i design. På sigt drømmer vi om at bringe træ ind i vores designs. Funktionalitet og æstetik går hånd i hånd, når vores produkter bliver udvikler fra skitse til produkt. Vores produkter skal både være fuldt funktionelle samtidig med at de har et flot udtryk.
Isabel Ahm is an architect and furniture designer with enthusiasm for everyday life and a focus on human needs. A child of the Danish design tradition, Isabel creates functional and poetic furniture and products with a twist.
The motto of the Nautilus was “Mobilis in mobili”, which means “changing within the changes” or “movement within mobility”. This not only describes the way we at ISKOS — BERLIN approach our work, but also the history of the company. After 23 years of successful sailing Komplot Design reached the sea of changes, and out of its wake emerged something new. ISKOS — BERLIN Design is a partnership of Boris Berlin and Aleksej Iskos. The company works within the fields of industrial, furniture and graphic design. The firm was only established in late 2010, but Boris and Aleksej have been working together for a number of years. In 1987, Boris co-founded Komplot Design, where Aleksej was employed as an assistant for more than 11 years. This long and fruitful cooperation has allowed them to develop a shared philosophy of design. In their own words: “We see design as an art of storytelling. This story is normally quite complex, consisting of semantics, morphology, materiality, technology of objects and many other elements. But the clearer your story is, the more likely people are to understand it. The more surprising you make your story, the more likely they are to remember it. And finally the more you make people smile, the more likely they are to love it! Our aim is to retain the best elements of Komplot’s philosophy of design and to make them sharper, clearer and more precise. At ISKOS — BERLIN, we look to experiment with new technologies and materials, to explore their impact on everyday objects. These objects have their own individual histories, which are also part of wider narratives of the way we interacting and thinking with things. By allowing the materials to choose their own direction, to speak for themselves, we try to bring a novel twist to this ongoing (and unending) story”
”The fundamentals should be re-thought” Hee Welling (Denmark) and Gudmundur Ludvik (Iceland) are contributing to the renewal of environmentally friendly design centered around the personal experience. The Industrial design of Welling/Ludvik aim to achieve the best possible solution as seen from a number of different perspectives. Comfort, materials, construction, pricing and environment are all defining factors in this approach to design, which also relate to the contemporary state of technology and challenges to society. Welling/Ludvik always seek to maximize the potential of modern manufacturing in their designs. “Knowing your goal from the beginning is the key to maintaining artistic freedom while adapting to the technical aspects of production.” The design of Welling/Ludvik is defined by a pure aesthetic, stripping away the redundant and letting each detail serve a functional purpose. These are traditional virtues of scandinavian design, which the duo revigorate for the present day market using modern materials and production technology. “Good design never loses its ability to be interesting, even when reduced to its most simple form.” Hee Welling and Gudmundur Ludvik both have deep roots in the Scandinavian design and crafts tradition. They met at the Danish Design School in Copenhagen and have since been sharing a studio. In 2010 they founded Welling/Ludvik to combine their efforts and improve their design even further. Hee Welling has a degree in furniture design from DDS. At the turn of the millennium Hee founded his own studio, which quickly became internationally renowned. Gudmundur Ludvik has a background as a carpenter and a sculptor from The Icelandic Academy of Arts. He also holds a degree in furniture design from DDS.
- København ØHovedstaden2100
GamFratesi’s design takes its creative drive from a fusion of tradition and renewal and in an experimental approach to their chosen materials and techniques. With their dual traditional background, Stine Gam and Enrico Fratesi draw on the classic Danish furniture and craft tradition as well as the classic Italian intellectual and conceptual approach. Understanding a tradition and addressing it actively in the workshop makes it possible to expand on it. From this cross-cultural substrate they create furniture that respectfully reflects tradition while also featuring unique embedded stories, symbols and associations, often expressed in a minimalist idiom. GamFratesi aim to create furniture that illustrates the process and the techniques that created it, and which reflect a persistent exploration of the diverse border zone between harmony and disharmony. Gamfratesi studio was founded in 2006 by danish architect Stine Gam and italian architect Enrico Fratesi. the studio is based in Copenhagen, Denmark.
- Godsbanegade 15, 1th Copenhagen1722
KnD-design is a design studio with office in Denmark and Vietnam. We design furniture and household products for customers in Europe. We are trained Cabinet makers and designers and have a strong network of suppliers in Vietnam. Our designs draw on the classicl Danish furniture and craft tradiotion. We focus on sustainable, natural materials, products that benefits the global environment and products that imporves the quality of our daily life.
Maria Berntsen Industriel design THE DESIGN PROCESS – HOW WE WORK Maria Berntsen works intuitively and experimentally with her design. The projects are either by consignment, or ideas which she develop on her own, and later sell of to the manufacturer. At times she will let her creativity unfold freely, and explore shapes and materials, for no particular reason. Maria Berntsen will create three-dimensional shapes, and prefers to work with her hands. She does not draw much, and only uses her drawing board and computer to clarify basic attitudes, and to get a general grasp on the future process. The models are shaped, milled and cut out of polystyrene or other shapable materials. “Intuition is a very important factor in the way I work. I actually try to get in touch with my own emotions, in order to achieve the desired sensibility of the design. Because good design should not just fill an obvious need, it should also communicate a mood. Naturally, the shape has to support the function, but at the same time it must have a stimulating effect”, says Maria Berntsen. “I think we know it, when we see quality, and it is this intuitive sense I make use of, when creating something new. We are born with the ability to decode shapes, and we sometimes underestimate how much a shape can affect our wellbeing.” Maria Berntsen prefer to work alone through the creative phase, and is able to handle many different crafts and materials, when shaping models for her design. In making the final prototypes, though, she has professional help, so that the final prototype is as much like the final product as possible.
LoudLiving skaber high level story products. Vi tager historie fortællinger til et helt nyt niveau. Når vi skaber story products er historierne gennemtænkt og værdisættende på baggrund af de materiale vi er i besiddelse af. Vi arbejder med produkter og designs både med og uden historier, fælles for dem alle er den ekstra finish og vores fortolkninger af design. LoudLiving er en livsstil og en måde at definere vores produkter på!