Amass by Gubi Design Team

In close cooperation with Jacob Gubi I recently finished the interiors for new restaurant Amass in Copenhagen in a former shipyard building. The opening of Matt Orlando‘s restaurant has long been anticipated and in July the doors could open to former Noma head chef’s first restaurant.

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


   BRUNNER Studio & I just launched BLUSH – a unique lounge chair that aims at stimulating the senses. Working from the concept of haptic design (design that stimulate the sense of touch), BLUSH has a contrasting and playful appearance that invites the user to explore the materials, construction and comfortability. I wanted to use … Continue reading

Christmas Styling for Boligliv Magazine

I recently did these christmas decoration pages for the danish magazine Boligliv together with photographer Mikkel Adsbøl. Inspired by the ever-so-popular japanese Washi Tape, the idea of covering, wrapping and lining everything this christmas with the beautiful colours and patterns, resulted in all these images. A fun story is, that all the pictures are taken … Continue reading

Window Design by Brunner Studio

                     BRUNNER Studio have designed the windows for Copenhagen department store Magasin du Nord. Sofie Brünner from the studio has a background as a textile designer and has used that to create different patterns and textures stacking pallets in various ways. The windows furthermore have outline illustrations of some of the famous landmark … Continue reading

SB-Cuatro by BRUNNER Studio

SB-Cuatro is BRUNNER Studio‘s latest chair. It will be launched at the Stockholm Furniture Fair 8-13 Feb, 2011 It’s a contemporary interpretation of the classic Scandinavian timber chair and especially the materials leads one’s mind to the like of Hans Wegner or Børge Mogensen. The chair is inspired by optical illusions and string art and … Continue reading