Posts tagged "scandinavian design"
Adding a human touch to technology

Adding a human touch to technology

Just last week Bang & Olufsen released a completely new sub-brand – B&O Play. It was presented to the world press at the new Bella Sky hotel in Copenhagen. The first product, the Beolit 12 Airplay Sound System, is designed by Danish designer, Cecilie Manz. The Beolit 12 is kept true to the design values...
Colourful Alfredo

Colourful Alfredo

In a  playful universe and with a clear-cut signature Alfredo Häberli and the Scandinavian Luxury Lifestyle Brand Georg Jensen are introducing the From Kitchen to Table Collection. Client: Georg Jensen Creative direction: Thomas Lykke, OeO Directed by: Sebastian Brink Director of photography: Martin Munch Music by: David Sebastian Buus
Danish design – i like it!

Danish design – i like it!

The world-famous designer Jasper Morrison has always been fascinated by Danish design. Now he will curate and stage an exhibition on Danish design, handpicked from Design museum. Danish Design – I like it! is an external and international look at Danish design and the exhibition marks the change of name from the Danish Museum of...
Hang around & toss around

Hang around & toss around

  Muuto launches HANG AROUND & TOSS AROUND designed by KiBiSi. The kitchen utensils combine form, function and craftsmanship. The wooden tools are precisely designed and crafted for a sleek modern look and improved functionality. The innovative extrusion cut in the back of Hang Around lets you work freely in the kitchen, while your utensils...
Muuto talent award 2009

Muuto talent award 2009

The innovative design company Muuto works with the leading Scandinavian designers to add new chapters to the strong Scandinavian design tradition. With the introduction of Muuto Talent Award, the Scandinavian design company has now called for the next generation of designers to give their perspective on New Nordic design. In spring 2009, 20 design schools...
PK1 chair by Poul Kjaerholm

PK1 chair by Poul Kjaerholm

The classic PK1 chair by Poul Kjaerholm designed back in 1956 has been brought to market again by Danish company Thorsen Moebler A/S. PK1 is a side chair reduced to the ultimate. The framework is welded steel tube. The structure with its limited, fine-tuned details is fully visible. It is a quintessential Poul Kjærholm universal...