Danish design is always praiseworthy. It is concise, implicit, and full of artistic beauty.
The soft and comfortable low contrast tones give people a comfortable feeling, which is why we’d love to introduce you to some household products from 6 emerging Danish designers and offices. Some products continue the simple impression of Danish design, while others are crafted in bold colors. No matter the color, their superior quality and comfortable feeling is consistent across the board.
Let’s take a look at these exemplary products!
Concrete Side Table
Designed by Pettersen & Hein
The wild beauty of the concrete is brought to the furniture design, showing unexpected harmony.
The crisscrossing of curves and the blend of different materials combine together to form a work of sculptural beauty.
Photo: Hotel Charlottenborg
The Cherry On Top Series
Designed by Helle Mardahl
Helle Mardahl’s latest collection is colorful. Each piece is hand-blown in Copenhagen to feature soft shapes that are elegant and unique.
Photo: Maja Karen Hansen
Designed by Kristel Laurits
The Sol series takes inspiration from the sun . The whole series brings warmth and hope to people just like sunshine.
It adopts CNC and laser technology to make cabinets, shelves, benches, mirrors, and mats.
Nifty shapes and colors instantly brighten your mood!
Photo: Clara Cohen
Environmentally Friendly Furniture
Designed by ARTSIGN BY ANDREDOTTIR & BOBEK
This collection is designed by both Josephine Andredottir and Emilie Bobek.
The stools and side tables are made of eco-friendly handmade materials. The designers combine discarded foam mattresses with epoxy resin and other materials to reduce waste while creating exquisite and beautiful art.
Photo: Christian Bang
Designed by MIJO STUDIO
The hand-printed pattern of the AIO seat is very dynamic paired with two half-moon pillows, this piece, and its elements are comfortable and attractive.
Photo: Sofie Barfoed
Designed by Lisette Rützou
The marble coffee table designed by Lisette Rützou is inspired by the grand columns of ancient architecture, and are accompanied by the abutments which are made of sturdy steel. Full of power, the details are bold and inviting!
Photo: Lisette Rützou