Note Design Studio has recently redesigned Finefood restaurant and coffee shop in the Hammarby Sjöstad neighborhood in Stockholm. The Swedish firm was inspired by a photo series of Death Valley by American artist Jordan Sullivan and managed to translated the soothing colors soft the photos into the space.
The Trapholt musueum is paying tribute to Børge Mogensen on the occasion of his 100th anniversary year. Many Danes have experienced his design firsthand, because Mogensen’s furniture has appointed public spaces and private residences in Denmark over the past 70 years.
Lovisa Hansson’s divan is inspired by the work of German artist Joseph Beuys, and his first room-size installation of the same name, I Want To See My Mountains or Voglio vedere le mie montagne in Italian with a shape taken from the Swiss Alps.
“Hans Wegner: just one good chair” highlights more than 150 original pieces, offering an overview of his entire design process. The exhibition at the Designmuseum Danmark celebrates the 100th anniversary of Hans J. Wegner’s birth. It shows drawings, models and photos to give viewers a better understanding of his working methods and vast oeuvre.
Copenhagen Pendant is the second collaboration, after the Fly Lounge Series, between &tradition and Space Copenhagen to create a new elegant pendant light.
You might be familiar with Arne Jacobsen’s Ant, Grand Prix or series 7 chairs and you should be since they became icons of design history. Somehow though, one of his classic pieces, the ‘tongue chair’, got lost with the rising popularity of his earlier ‘ant chair’. Danish manufacturer HOWE is now re-issueing the characteristic organic wave-form in the tongue-shaped seat.
The Shell Chair has long been viewed as one of Hans J. Wegner’s strongest designs. It first saw the light of day in 1963, but it took 35 years before it enjoyed its popular breakthrough and received numerous design awards.