REFORM Exhibition in Copenhagen

  The exhibition REFORM that showcases young design & craftsmanship just opened at the Danish Design Center in Copenhagen.

Danish Exhibition joins up Young Design with the Old Masters

The Danish exhibition “At Least One Minute” (Mindst ét minut) has just opened at the art gallery Nivaagaard north of Copenhagen and is a brave and unusual experiment to try and make the viewer stay “at least one minute in front of each painting. The gallery holds a number of painters by old masters such as Rembrandt and Bellini. … Continue reading

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Mindcraft12: Georg Stool by Christina Liljenberg Halstrøm

Danish furniture designer Christina LIljenberg Halstrøm presented her new stool Georg at Mindcraft12 in Milan last week. Christina works with haptic design i.e.. design that stimulates the senses and therefore uses materials such as wool and wood that are very responsive to the touch. Georg is a “carefully crafted stool” with a slightly oversized wool cushion … Continue reading

Designers & Cabinetmakers Unite at the SE-Exhibition in Copenhagen

The annual SE-Exhibition has just opened at the Design Museum Denmark in Copenhagen and is showcasing danish cabinetmakers and designers in collaboration. The result is a varied and exciting mixture of furniture pieces. Some are pretty much ready for production, while others are more about the experiment and inspiration. SE (Snedkernes Efterårsudstilling) stands for the Cabinetmakers’ Autumn Exhibition, … Continue reading