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A GUIDE TO DANISH DESIGN IN COPENHAGEN A GUIDE TO DANISH DESIGN IN AARHUS
Mette Barfod

Mette Barfod, Editor-in-chief at Danish interior magazine RUM, have pointed out some of her favorite design locations in this interactive map.


Nørrebro is Copenhagen’s multicultural neighborhood. It is young, colorful and down to earth. You will find exclusive designers located next door to a cheap kebab place. Explore the antique shops on Ravnsborggade, go to Elmegade and Jægersborggade for small design shops and take a stroll in Assistens Cemetery. Have dinner and a fun night out in the area around Sankt Hans Torv. Nørrebro’s vibrant dynamics make everyone feel at home.

As one of the greenest areas of Copenhagen, Østerbro is home to Fælledparken, the largest public park in Denmark. Østerbro is friendly, inviting and an attractive residential area for young and more established families. It is close to the water and famed for broad boulevards, design shops, great cafés and delicacies. Østerbro is located very near Copenhagen’s most famous statue, The Little Mermaid.

The heart of Copenhagen, the inner city, pulses with life all day. This is where the world’s longest shopping street, Strøget, is located. Strøget runs from the City Hall Square to Kongens Nytorv. Nyhavn is where people enjoy a beer by the beautiful waterfront or a boat ride to learn some history of this old city. Inner city has everything – attractions, shopping, green oases, cozy cafes and bars and many, many Danes on bicycles.

Frederiksberg if compared to Nørrebro and Vesterbro, is home to many the finer villas and grand apartments of Copenhagen. The residents are usually older and more established, and this is the area, where you suddenly bump into the grand apartments of Frederiksberg Allé and small enclaves of beautiful villas hidden between the bigger streets. Frederiksberg is a real oasis that offers many green spaces, excellent shopping, popular restaurants and even ice-skating during winter – there is something for everyone here.

Vesterbro is the Copenhagen-hipster’s absolute favorite spot. In 2014 it was awarded no. 4 on the Top 10 most hipster neighborhoods on Earth – and for good reason. It is hip and modern; it has the cool shops, the good coffee, the fashionistas and the nightlife at the Meatpacking District – where some of Copenhagen’s best restaurants are located too. Don’t miss out on the cozy, inspiring and creative atmosphere of this neighborhood.

Valby is probably not on top of the typical visitor’s to-do list, but do not be fooled. This neighborhood’s possibilities are growing fast and the highlights of the area have exploded during the last couple of years. There is a huge shopping mall, Spinderiet that offers great shopping experiences with its more than 50 shops. The area is full of green oases, small cafes and is very close to the hipster-universe, Vesterbro.

The Latin Quarter is undeniable. This neighborhood is an experience in itself with its charming streets and elegant shops. The oldest buildings in Aarhus are located here and the cozy and crooked houses are the home of second-hand shops and famous design brands. Paving stones make up the identity of this beautiful quarter filled with cafés and coffee shops.

In Aarhus’ version of New York’s Williamsburg, you will experience a unique atmosphere that captures the Danish word ‘hygge’. The neighborhood is old but hip, full of hollyhock and paving stones, old vintage stores – and food experiences that are out of this world. Take a stroll down Jægergårdsgade and let yourself be inspired by the colorful houses and pretty shops.

Trøjborg has got it all – cozy streets, pretty shops, walking distance to the inner city and a view of the beautiful forest Risskov. In Trøjborg, you can find anything from second hand shops to big design stores. This neighborhood pulses with life and is popular amongst both young and old – and everyone in between.

This is Aarhus’ version of Copenhagen’s Nyhavn. On one side of the river, cafes are stretching as far as the eye can see, whilst bars and nightclubs decorates the other. The residents of Aarhus as well as tourists can enjoy the view, have a good lunch and then go explore the beautiful oases that surround this place.

Vestergade has almost accomplished the status of being a quarter in itself. This is where the best coffee shops are located side by side with hip cafes, designer shops and galleries. During the last couple of years, the street has really come to life and is considered a favorite amongst many artists.
Casashop

With its 30 year-old history and its 400 square meter store, where both Danish and international brands are showcased, CasaShop is considered one of the city’s most well stocked design stores.

normann

In their impressive flagship store located in an old cinema at Østerbro, Normann Copenhagen have created a modern design universe with a selection ranging from furniture to porcelain, music, perfume and fashion.

HAY

The Danish design company Hay represents innovative and quality focused design of both furniture and interior decoration, all presented in a way that matches their store, Hay house.

Georg Jense

With a history of more than 100 years, Georg Jensen represents unique handcrafted quality and timeless aesthetic design. At Georg Jensen, you can find everything from jewelry to home interior.

Stillleben

A selection of both basic home decoration and exclusive and unique products. You can find both interior decoration, ceramics, textile, accessories and jewelry from Danish and international designers. Stilleben is owned by Ditte Reckweg and Jelena Schou Nordentoft.

Playtype

Playtype Concept Store sells typography products on the hip street Værnedamsvej. You can buy posters, mugs, t-shirts and vinyl covers – all with different typographies.

Geismar

Geismars Weavers was established in 1866 and since then they have delivered classic design of the highest quality, such as comforters, damask tablecloths and linens in Egyptian cotton.

Danskmadeforrooms

Quality over quantity is the motto of DANSKmadeforrooms in this large and bright store in Vesterbro. The iconic DANSK expression is luxurious, sharp and modern – an inspiration in home decor. The store also includes DANSK kitchen, which offers a careful selection of many different kitchen products from both Danish and international brands.

Klassik

If you belong to those who love things with a history and are looking for tomorrow's antiques, this is the place to make a good deal. Klassik is one of the exclusive stores for vintage design furniture and carpentry furniture.

Paustian.

Paustian is a grand house of furniture with stores in Copenhagen and Aarhus. The house in Copenhagen is worth a visit as it was designed by architect Jørn Utzon, who also designed the Sydney Opera House. Paustian presents some of the best within both Danish and international design.

Louis Poulsen

In Louis Poulsen’s boutique and showroom at the charming street Gammel Strand, you can experience how the beautiful products are made.

Georg Jensen Damask

Georg Jensen Damask specialise in woven quality textiles. They work with some of Denmark's most esteemed designers. The store in Pilestræde has the largest range of their timeless designs.

Frederecia Furniture

Fredericia is a flagship for the modern design movement in Denmark, celebrating the country’s cultural heritage, while putting it into the context of now. Minimalistic, solid and durable - design made to last.

Carl Hansen

In a nice two-story design store in Bredgade, Carl Hansen & Son presents the ultimate classics within Danish furniture artisanship from designers such as Hans J. Wegner, Kaare Klint and Mogens Koch.

Royal Copenhagen

Royal Copenhagen is an elegant, old-fashioned and very beloved store located in the heart of Copenhagen. This is where you can experience all of the famous porcelain that has been sold since 1790. The ambitious staff guide you through all of the designs and patterns and introduce you to everything you may need.

Le Klint

Le Klint’s Flagship Store is located on the cozy street, Store Kirkestræde, parallel to the busy main street, Strøget. The store is spacious, open and beautifully decorated. Immediately, you are drawn by the designs that enhance all kinds of furniture.

Gubistore.

At this 400 square meter flagship store in two floors, GUBI presents their fantastic collection of modern furniture classics and new contemporary design. The store is filled with furniture classics from designers such as Greta M. Grossman and Mathieu Matégot as well as new designs from the Italian design duo GamFratesi.

VIPP

The entire Vipp collection is presented at the 150 square meter store in central Copenhagen. You can find everything from their world-renowned pedal bin as well as kitchen- and bathroom interior and home decoration.

Rud Rasmussen

Rud Rasmussen is one of the original Danish design institutions that continue to produce functional furniture for everyday life. They continue manufacturing iconic designs by Mogens Koch and Hans J. Wegner, introducing them to a new generation.

Dinesen

Known for its high-quality materials and minimalistic design, Dinesen has provided flooring for over 115 years. It is a staple of the Danish home and a true example of exceptional craftsmanship made to last.

Pakhus 48

Some of Denmark's biggest design brands such as Kvadrat, Montana, Erik Jørgensen and Vola have decorated showrooms under the same roof at Pakhus 48 located in the new up-and-coming neighborhood Nordhavn. It is definitely worth a visit, even though nothing is for sale.

Etage Galleri

In many ways, Etage Galleri works as an incubator for designers, artists and architects, allowing them to present their work and collaborate. Their space on Borgergade is a gallery and an explorative space.

Frama

Frama is all about merging the past with the present and history with modern day. Their designs have a clear root in Danish design tradition, but allow for exploration and new solutions to old problems.

Anton Dam

Anton Dam is one of Copenhagen’s oldest design retailers, 125 years old and still on a mission to provide the Danes with timeless pieces from some of the most celebrated designers.

3Falke

3Falke was founded on a vision to create a new center for Danish design, and it still continues to be a staple in Copenhagen, specializing in both Danish and international design.

Rue Verte

Rue Verte provides a unique store experience, with a broad selection of hand-picked international design. It differs from the simplistic Danish design in many ways, lending it an exotic feel of “wordliness” that is rare in Copenhagen.

Inter Studio

In many ways Interstudio is a portal into the international design world, showcasing trends and tendencies that define contemporary furniture design today.

The Rug Company

Christopher and Suzanne Sharp started The Rug Company to enable some of the world’s leading designers to manufacture the most attractive rugs there are. Their shop on Store Kongensgade has an extensive selection of their designs.

Boffi

One of the most beautiful showrooms of Copenhagen, Boffi showcases a broad selection of their design. The Italian brand manufactures some of the most solid bathroom, kitchen and wardrobe solutions there are.

Illum

Illums Bolighus’ aesthetic is a class of its own, where the image of Danish design and interior decoration is truly enhanced. The essence of quality is of highest priority in this stylish and classic store from 1925.

Paustian

Paustian’s stores are known for merging minimalism with functionality. The store is located overlooking Aarhus’ harbor and always offers its visitors an inspiring and charming experience.

Kahler

Kähler and friends is located on the vibrant and charming street M.P. Bruunsgade. The store combines historical and contemporary nuances, which creates an extraordinary design experience.

HAY

The Danish design company Hay represents innovative and quality-focused design of both furniture and interior decoration. Design is king in their store Hay house.

Lertoj

A dedicated group of ceramists has opened the store Lertøj in the heart of Aarhus' charming Latin Quarter. The store's ceramists are suppliers as well as co-owners, which is evident in the high level of commitment and the unique work that is put into their pottery.

Bolia

A visit to Bolia is a refreshing experience in the middle of Aarhus' dynamic and vibrant city life – both because of the inspiring and varied designs as well as the opportunity to drink a cup of coffee or tea and listen to the lounge music.

Designer Zoo

Designerzoo’s store in Aarhus is located in an old townhouse in the Latin Quarter. The shop offers exhibitions with graphic designs, paintings, drawings and photography and has a nice lounge area, giving a dynamic reflection of future trends.

Royal Copenhagen

Royal Copenhagen offers their visitors a unique and beautiful world of their own in the heart of Aarhus. Here you can find their well-known and popular patterns and designs, and passionate staff available to guide you through their products.

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Stylepaste invites its visitors to an experience beyond the ordinary. The store combines fashion and interior design in an aesthetical and experimenting way. Different themes within fashion-, furniture- and interior design are illustrated in an artistic and innovative way in this inspiring concept store.

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Designed in 1968, Semi Pendant was made to be an affordable, stylish and functional lamp for the people
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Semi Pendant

Casashop

One of the newer classics of Danish design history, now a staple in many households, shops, offices and institutions
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Pedal Bin

Vipp

THIS IS A MODERN RELAUNCH OF A DANISH CLASSIC ORIGINALLY DESIGNED FOR FDB. THIS MINIMALISTIC AND SCULPTURAL CHAIR IS A CLASSIC
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J110

HAY House

THE HK ALARM CLOCK IS A SHINING EXAMPLE OF HENNING KOPPEL’S SPARSE AND STREAMLINED STYLE
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HK Clock

Georg Jensen

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THE FRISBEE TABLE COMES IN THREE DIFFERENT SIZES AND IS AN EXAMPLE OF THE NEW, PLAYFUL SCHOOL OF DANISH DESIGN
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Frisbee

Herman CPH

WITH REFLECT, SØREN ROSE MERGES THE NATURAL LIGHT AND THE SOFT WARMTH OF SCANDINAVIAN OAK WOOD
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Reflect

Søren Rose

Designed in 1968, Semi Pendant was made to be an affordable, stylish and functional lamp for the people
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Semi Pendant

Claus Bonderup & Torsten Thorup for Gubi

This chair represents Danish design at its best – minimalistic, classic and timeless. A modern design icon in its absolute form
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FK Lounge

Preben Fabricius & Jørgen Kastholm

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Constructed in order to optimize temperature and aroma, Hagen’s cognac glasses bravely break with conventions
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Cognac Glasses

Rikke Hagen

Leth’s Colorbox shelf is modul-based and made to stack to fit different needs and aesthetics
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Color Box

Henriette W. Leth

If a lamp could talk, this would be it. It is colorful, full of attitude and geometry and speaks for itself with sharp, but soft lines
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Bau

Vibeke Fonnesberg Schmidt

THE BELL LAMP HAS A ROUGH, YET SOFT EXPRESSION. THE COMBINATION OF THE TWO LOOKS EFFORTLESSLY BEAUTIFUL
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Bell

Andreas Lund & Jacob Rudbeck

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THIS IS A MODERN RELAUNCH OF A DANISH CLASSIC ORIGINALLY DESIGNED FOR FDB. THIS MINIMALISTIC AND SCULPTURAL CHAIR IS A CLASSIC
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J110

PUT TOGETHER TWO PERFECT LOUNGE CHAIRS AND THE RESULT IS THIS. AN INVITING, EFFORTLESS AND BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF DESIGN FURNITURE
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About a Lounge Sofa for Comwell

THIS TRAY TABLE NOT ONLY LOOKS GOOD – IT IS ALSO VERY PRACTICAL. THE DETACHABLE TRAY IS EASY TO CARRY WHILE STILL BEING MODERN AND GOOD-LOOKING
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Tray Table

These genius geometric shapes are designed as a mix-and-match, but works outstandingly great by themselves as well
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Kaleido

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THE HK ALARM CLOCK IS A SHINING EXAMPLE OF HENNING KOPPEL’S SPARSE AND STREAMLINED STYLE
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HK Clock

Henning Koppel

THE ELEGANT AND SOFT SHAPES CREATE A UNIVERSE OF ITS OWN. IT IS EASY TO DECORATE OR YOU CAN LET THE BEAUTIFUL DESIGN SPEAK FOR ITSELF
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Advent Crown

Maria Berntsen

INSPIRED BY JAPANESE CHERRY BLOSSOMS, THE BOWL HAS AN AESTHETIC OPENNESS THAT COMES TO LIFE IN ITS VERY OWN WAY
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BLOOM mirror bowl

Helle Damkjær

THE CARAFFE IS DESIGNED BY HENNING KOPPEL, WHO REGULARLY WORKED FOR GEORG JENSEN PRODUCING SOME OF THE BRAND’S MOST ICONIC WORK
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HK pitcher

Henning Koppel

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ALLOWING YOUR IMAGINATION TO ROAM FREE, THIS CHARACTERISTIC CERAMIC BOWL IS MADE FOR MULTIPLE PURPOSES
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Jar with lid

Uh La La

The simple Penholder is made by hand with passion and ambition, which is evident to anyone who looks at it

Penholder

Studio Arhoj

THIS BLANKET IS CHARMING IN A MODERN WAY, INTRIGUING MANY WITH ITS BEAUTIFUL AND FUN PATTERN

Twist a Twill

Tina Ratzer

MONIKA PETERSEN’S “APPLE” DISPLAYS HER CONSTANT SEARCH FOR THE PERFECT FORM IN ILLUSTRATION

Lino Print Apple

Monika Petersen

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Exhibiting some of Playtype’s most iconic typefaces, In Love With Typography is bold, sharp and playful

In Love With Typography 5

ANOTHER PIECE IN THE “IN LOVE WITH TYPOGRAPHY” SERIES FOCUSING ON THE SIMPLICITY AND POWER FOUND IN EXCEPTIONAL FONTS

In Love With Typography 4

Lemonface is an example of the brand’s humor and ability to explore their own media from within - figurative and funny

Lemonface

A tribute to Copenhagen and a sort of patriotic expression of love for belonging and roots

Welcome To The City of Champions

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A staple of Danish homes known for its high quality and significant durability – an item made to last and last
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Towels

Geismars’ bathrobes are like many of their other items made from Egyptian cotton, leaving a refined and luxurious feel
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Bathrobe

A TRUE CLASSIC FOUND IN MANY DANISH HOMES, THIS PLAID IS MADE FOR COLD WINTER NIGHTS BY THE FIREPLACE
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Plaid

GEISMARS MAKES EXCLUSIVE BEDDING FROM THE FINEST EGYPTIAN COTTON – WITH THESE SHEETS YOU WILL SLEEP LIKE A PHARAOH
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Bedding

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With its creative take on the city of Copenhagen and its different city parts, this poster is a perfect interior accessory
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Klam City poster Map

Kortkartellet

The Hang On garment rack makes it possible to exhibit and implement your wardrobe in your interior decoration. Just perfect
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Hang On Black

Nomess

The turning tray is a limitless accessory – both aesthetically and functionally. Beauty on the inside and out!
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Turning Tray

Finn Juhl

Originally designed by Wedel-Madsen in 1951, the workshop lamp is a symbol of simple functionality done right
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Workshop lamp

Wedel-Madsen

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Designed in the 60s by Poul Henningsen, Kontrast lamp is one of the lamps most frequently seen in stylish Danish homes
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Charlottenborg Lamp

Poul Henningsen

When designing the China Chair, Wegner drew inspiration from Chinese furniture from the 17th and 18th century
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China Chair

Hans J. Wegner

Originally designed for the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, Svanesofa has become a symbol of Arne Jacobsen’s golden age
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Swan Sofa

Arne Jacobsen

This is one of Danish design’s proudest pieces of furniture. It’s a classic, it’s an icon and it’s quite obvious why
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The Spanish Chair

Børge Mogensen

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A modern classic, well-known for its versatility. It is often seen in official buildings all around the country
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Paustian Spinal Chair 44

Paul Leroy

The Plastic Side Chair is Vitra's modern remake of the iconic chair originally designed by Charles & Ray Eames
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Eames Plastic Side Chair

Charles & Ray Eames

A CHARACTERISTIC CHILD OF THE 60S, THE PANTON CHAIR IS MADE OF RECYCLABLE PP PLASTIC. THE PANTON CHAIR IS INTERIOR DESIGN AHEAD OF ITS TIME
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Panton Chair

Verner Panton

This beautiful piece of design captures everything about the modern Funkis style. It’s simple, functional and timeless
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Kubus

Mogens Lassen

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DESIGNED IN COLLABORATION WITH THE DANISH NAVY, THE DOO-WOP HAS AN ICONIC, NAÏVE SHAPE THAT IS EASY TO SPOT
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Doo-Wop

Louis Poulsen

ANOTHER ONE OF ARNE JACOBSEN’S ORIGINAL DESIGNS FOR THE SAS ROYAL HOTEL COPENHAGEN. THE AJ TABLE LAMP STILL CONSIDERED ONE OF THE MOST ICONIC ITEMS OF DANISH DESIGN
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AJ Table Lamp

Arne Jacobsen

The PH Louvre lamp was originally designed for the Adventist Church in Skodsborg, Denmark back in 1957
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PH Louvre

Poul Henningsen

PH5 IS DESIGNED TO ILLUMINATE DOWNWARDS AND LATERALLY AND AS A RESULT ILLUMINATES WITHOUT GLARE. A WIDELY LOVED DESIGN ICON
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PH5

Poul Henningsen

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Jensen, an important force within the company for decades, created this true design icon of Georg Jensen Damask
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Abild Dishtowel

Bent Georg Jensen

This table cloth was manufactured as a part of the celebration of the 100 year anniversary of Arne Jacobsen’s birth
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Arne Jacobsen tablecloth

Arne Jacobsen

BECKER FIRST DESIGNED THE 63 DISHTOWEL IN EXACTLY 1963, CREATING SOME OF THE MOST ICONIC KITCHEN TOWELS TO DATE
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Becker 63

John Becker

Tobias Jacobsen, Arne Jacobsen’s grandchild found these sketches to grid and adapted them to create this design
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Grid

Arne Jacobsen

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THIS IS ONE OF DANISH DESIGN’S FINEST PIECES OF FURNITURE. IT’S A CLASSIC, IT’S AN ICON AND IT’S QUITE OBVIOUS WHY
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The Spanish Chair

Børge Mogensen

Simple lines and the characteristic Y-shaped back. This chair is an icon and probably one of the most celebrated and successful pieces ever made

Wishbone chair

Hans Wegner

Lending from Royal Copenhagens rich cultural heritage, Louise Campbell built this servise to accommodate modern life
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Elements, thermal mug

Louise Campbell

The Sax Lamp, as it is also called, was designed by Erik Hansen in 1952 and is one of Le Klint’s ultimate classics
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Le Klint 334

Erik Hansen

Designs

This is one of Danish design’s proudest pieces of furniture. It’s a classic, it’s an icon and it’s quite obvious why
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The Spanish Chair

Børge Mogensen

THE CHAIR’S CHARACTERISTIC FAN-SHAPED DESIGN WAS INSPIRED BY DITZEL’S TRAVELS TO THE CARIBBEAN AND THE TRACES OF COLONIAL TIME FOUND IN TRINIDAD
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Trinidad

Nanna Ditzel

THE FOOT REST WAS DESIGNED BY WEGNER IN 1966 AND HAS A BEAUTIFULLY WOVEN PAPER-CORD SEAT
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CH53

Hans Wegner

THE SPOKE-BACK SOFA WAS DESIGNED IN 1945 AS A COMBINATION OF SOFA, ENGLISH DAYBED AND FRENCH CHAISE LONGUE
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Spoke-back Sofa

Børge Mogensen

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Simple lines and the characteristic Y-shaped back. This chair is an icon and probably one of the most celebrated and successful pieces ever made

Wishbone chair

Hans Wegner

You can’t deny the outstanding and timeless design of this daybed. The mattress is almost floating on the beautiful piece

OW150

Ole Wanscher

THE SHELL CHAIR’S STATUS AS A CLASSIC DANISH DESIGN ICON IS NOT SURPRISING. THE LOUNGE CHAIR FULFILLS EVERY INTERIOR ENTHUSIAST’S DREAMS

Shell Chair

Hans Wegner

This iconic sofa combines some of Wanscher’s favorite design elements, the delicate and the refined

Colonial Sofa

Ole Wanscher

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Lending from Royal Copenhagens rich cultural heritage, Louise Campbell built this servise to accommodate modern life
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Elements, thermal mug

Louise Campbell

Based on Arnold Krog’s work for the house, the Prinsesse servise is a strong icon of 20th century ceramics
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Princess, Tureen with lid

Royal Copenhagen

Royal Copenhagen’s most iconic design is the fluted servise, one of Arnold Krog’s several beloved collections for the brand
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Blue fluted plain, plate

Royal Copenhagen

Royal Copenhagen’s most iconic design is the fluted servise, dating back to 1775 and characterized by the delicate floral pattern
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Blue fluted half lace, teapot

Arnold Krog

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The Sax Lamp, as it is also called, was designed by Erik Hansen in 1952 and is one of Le Klint’s ultimate classics
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Le Klint 334

Erik Hansen

Originally designed in 1971 by Poul Christiansen, the 172 lamp is today available in all sizes, making it extremely versatile
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Le Klint 172

Poul Christiansen

161, launched in 1969, was originally named Krystal because of its characteristic crystalline shape
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Le Klint 161

Hvidt & Mølgaard

Inspired by Kaare Klint’s classic Frugtlykten and its cross-pleating technique, it is both a pendant and standing lamp
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Le Klint 102B

Tove & Edvard Kindt-Larsen

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This design captures all that Danish design is about. Its contemporary, simple and elegant shape speaks for itself
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Gubi 1

LEAN LINES AND CLASSIC SHAPES MERGE IN THIS BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF FURNITURE THAT ENHANCES EVERY SPACE IT’S PUT IN
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Y! Table

GUBI 3F IS FREQUENTLY USED NOT ONLY BY THE KITCHEN ISLAND AT HOME, BUT ALSO IN RESTAURANTS AND BARS ALL OVER COPENHAGEN
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Gubi 3F

When furniture looks like an art piece, you know it’s worth holding on to. That is exactly what this couch offers
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GRAND PIANO SOFA/CHAISE LONGUE

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This is probably the most fashionable pedal bin ever made. It’s an ideal interior accessory for kitchens and bathrooms
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Pedal Bin

VIPP’S SHELF IS MADE TO SEEMINGLY FLOAT SUSPENDED IM AIR WHILE FIRMLY INTEGRATED INTO THE WALL, MAKING IT AN EASILY ADAPTABLE ITEM
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Shelf

DESIGNED TO BE AN ESSENTIAL TOOL IN THE KITCHEN, THESE SHAKERS ARE STURDY, DURABLE AND READY FOR ANY CHALLENGE
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Salt & Pepper

Originally designed by Morten Bo Jensen, the soap dispenser has the same characteristics as the iconic pedal bin
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Soap Dispenser

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Inspired by the director’s chair, Rasmussen’s dining group is a part of his series of fully foldable furniture
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The folding dining table

Jørgen Rud Rasmussen

This is a 2-in-1 design, providing both a shelf and light for your bedside reading. A modern classic
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90° Wall Light

Frama

Its shape reminiscent of the spine, the Corona chair is designed to ideally support the body
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Corona Classic

Poul M. Volther

The set of four plates exhibits a pattern that is taken from Bourgeois’ fabric book, «Ode à l’oubli»
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Fine Bone China Plates

Louise Bourgeois

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Inspired by the director’s chair, Rasmussen’s dining group is a part of his series of fully foldable furniture
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The folding dining table

Jørgen Rud Rasmussen

A real piece of ‘assemble it yourself’ furniture pre-Ikea, the Safari chair can be fully taken apart and put together
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Safari chair

Kaare Klint

THE DAYBED WAS ORIGINALLY DRAWN FOR A SPECIFIC CUSTOMER IN 2010. TODAY IT HAS BECOME AN HONOURABLE MEMBER OF THE RUD RASMUSSEN FAMILY
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Daybed

Jørgen Rud Rasmussen

THE DRAWING CABINET WAS ORIGINALLY DESIGNED FOR THE ROYAL ARCHITECTURE ACADEMY IN COPENHAGEN WHERE KJÆRHOLM WAS ALSO A PROFESSOR
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PK89080

Poul Kjærholm

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A polished wooden floor representative of Dinesen vision of presenting honest and sturdy handcrafted flooring for living
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Oak, classic

A beautifully textured oak floor with a pure and natural expression. Authentic and warm with plenty of details
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GrandOak, Natural

Primarily sourcing their raw material from Schwarzwald, this flooring is from trees between the age of 80 and 120
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GrandDouglas, Classic

Flooring with personality! The fine grain of the wood tells a story of the life the tree has been living, naturally
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Douglas, Natural

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Its shape reminiscent of the spine, the Corona chair is designed to ideally support the body
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Corona Classic

Poul M. Volther

A CLASSIC CHAIR DESIGNED BY VERNER PANTON ORIGINALLY MADE FOR TIVOLI IN THE 50S, THE PANTON ONE IS NOW A STAPLE IN DANISH HOMES
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Panton One

Verner Panton

THE STACKABLE WIRE CUBE SYSTEM WENT OUT OF PRODUCTION, BUT MADE A COMEBACK IN 1998, INSTANTLY RISING BACK TO SUCCES
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Wire Cube

Verner Panton

Born in 1960, the Ox Chair is a masculine construction made for optimal relaxation. The Ox Chair is considered an immortal classic
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Ox Chair

Hans J. Wegner

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The set of four plates exhibits a pattern that is taken from Bourgeois’ fabric book, «Ode à l’oubli»
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Fine Bone China Plates

Louise Bourgeois

Designed for Steltman jewellery house in The Hague, Steltman is made of oak, available in left and right-handed design
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Steltman Chair

Gerrit Rietveld

This martini table sculpture is made from colour pigmented concrete and waxed iron, blurring lines between installation and furniture
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Martini Table

Pettersen & Hein

A slender and graceful construction, the Mondial Chair was originally designed for the 1958 World Exhibition in Brussels
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Mondial Chair

Gerrit Rietveld

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BASED ON THE CLASSIC SCANDINAVIAN SHELF FROM THE 50S, FRAMA’S SHELF IS TRULY A CELEBRATION OF DESIGN HISTORY
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Shelf

The stool version of the Adam Bench, amongst others seen at infamous Manfreds restaurant in Copenhagen
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Adam Stool

Drawing inspiration from industrial design, the functional Adam Bench is made by a local Copenhagen steel smith
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Adam Bench

This is a 2-in-1 design, providing both a shelf and light for your bedside reading. A modern classic
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90° Wall Light

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THE CHAIR’S CHARACTERISTIC FAN-SHAPED DESIGN WAS INSPIRED BY DITZEL’S TRAVELS TO THE CARIBBEAN AND THE TRACES OF COLONIAL TIME FOUND IN TRINIDAD
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Trinidad

3Falke

PH50 is designed to illuminate downwards and laterally, and as a result illuminates without glare. A widely loved design icon
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PH50

3Falke

Inspired by the Bauhaus school, Kubus Skålen is minimalist classic and a natural extension of the Kubus candleholder
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Kubus Skålen

Anton Dam

While Finn Juhl originally designed Poeten Sofa for his private residency in 1941, today it’s a big part of Danish design heritage
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Poeten Sofa

Anton Dam

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A more recent design icon, the Twin Table combines Mogens Lassens characteristic use of different materials with minimalist features
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Twin 42 table

Mogens Lassen

A strange classic, Vipp’s Trash bin was first designed for a hair salon by Holger Nielsen in 1939
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Pedal Bin

Holger Nielsen

Inspired by the Bauhaus school, KUBUS SKÅLEN is minimalist classic and a natural extension of the Kubus candleholder
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Kubus skålen

Mogens Lassen

While Finn Juhl originally designed Poeten Sofa for his private residency in 1941, today it’s a big part of Danish design heritage
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Poeten Sofa

Finn Juhl

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The chair’s characteristic fan-shaped design was inspired by Ditzel’s travels to the Caribbean and traces of colonial time there
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Trinidad

Nanna Ditzel

PH50 is designed to illuminate downwards and laterally, and as a result illuminates without glare. A widely loved design icon
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PH50

Poul Henningsen

Considered one of Panton’s most beloved designs since 1971. Both the foot and the shade works as a light reflector
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Panthella

Verner Panton

A CLASSIC CHAIR DESIGNED BY VERNER PANTON ORIGINALLY MADE FOR TIVOLI IN THE 50S, THE PANTON ONE IS NOW A STAPLE IN DANISH HOMES
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Panton One

Verner Panton

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The Mirror Tray is simple, adventurous, as if it belongs in the boudoir of someone who has travelled the world

Aged Mirror Tray

Rue Verte

One of Dixon’s most famous designs, casting of a beautiful pattern when lit with a candle, glowing in the dark
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Etch tea light holder

Interstudio

A hand-embroidered wall hanger from Sir Paul Smith himself - and a real ‘60s mod era statement to boot

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Sir Paul Smith

With Fold, Piero Lissoni has interpreted the community table, a place to gather around – in a modern setting

Fold

Boffi

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The Mirror Tray is simple, adventurous, as if it belongs in the boudoir of someone who has travelled the world

Aged Mirror Tray

A design that draws inspiration from hand-crafted crystal glassware, the Crystal Bulb is both beautiful and functional

Crystal Bulb

The French industrial style of the early 20th century is clearly an inspiration for Jieldé, a functional, rustic work lamp

Jieldé Signal333

Array merges the Scandinavian and French design classics, reminiscent of the likes of Le Corbusier and Arne Jacobsen

Array Table Lamp

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The Wingback Chair is a modern reinterpretation of the British lounging chairs from the 1800s
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Wingback Chair

Tom Dixon

One of Dixon’s most famous designs, casting of a beautiful pattern when lit with a candle, glowing in the dark
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Etch tea light holder

Tom Dixon

Originally designed by Italian Gio Ponti, the D.552.2 table is produced by Molteni & C based on the original drawings
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D.552.2

Gio Ponti

The Castiglionis’ masterpiece is a staple in designer homes all over the world, made of marble and polished aluminum
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Arco

Achille & Pier Giacomo Castiglioni

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A hand-embroidered wall hanger from Sir Paul Smith himself - and a real ‘60s mod era statement to boot

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Sir Paul Smith

An uncharacteristically conservative and calm design for the British designer, Magnolia is made of hand knotted Tibetan wool and silk

Magnolia Ice

Vivienne Westwood

A modern design made of a mix of wool and silk. No two colors of the patterns are the same
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Hummingbird

The Rug Company

The fashion brand Marni merged their iconic pattern making with high-quality materials for this beautiful Tibetan-wool rug
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Spectrum

The Rug Company

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With Fold, Piero Lissoni has interpreted the community table, a place to gather around – in a modern setting

Fold

Piero Lissoni

This aluminum shelf is universal and designed to fit just about any space – a modern classic indeed

Brompton

Piero Lissoni

Sublimely pure in expression, Fukusawa’s Lotus is lit from behind, creating an effect reminiscent of a moon eclipse

Lotus

Naoto Fukusawa

ICELAND IS BOTH ORGANIC AND SOMEHOW ALIEN-LIKE IN ITS SHAPE. THIS TUB IS A NATURAL CENTERPIECE

Iceland

Piero Lissoni

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KAJ BOJESEN’S MONKEY, 46 CM TALL AND FULL OF COOKY PERSONALITY, ENTERED THIS WORLD IN 1951 AND BECAME AN INSTANT CLASSIC
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Monkey

Illums Bolighus

A modern classic, well-known for its versatility. It is often seen in official buildings all around the country
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Paustian Spinal Chair 44

Paustian

When the Omaggio vase first arrived in store, it made people line up and websites crash from the immense interest
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Omaggio, Vase

Kähler

This is a modern relaunch of a Danish classic originally designed for FDB. The minimalistic and sculptural chair is a classic
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J110

HAY

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KAJ BOJESEN’S MONKEY, 46 CM TALL AND FULL OF COOKY PERSONALITY, ENTERED THIS WORLD IN 1951 AND BECAME AN INSTANT CLASSIC
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Monkey

Kaj Bojesen

One of many iconic designs made for the SAS Royal Hotel, Dråben has an undeniably modern feel to it
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Drop

Arne Jacobsen

HK Pitcher IS DESIGNED BY HENNING KOPPEL, WHO REGULARLY WORKED FOR GEORG JENSEN PRODUCING SOME OF THE BRAND’S MOST ICONIC WORK
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HK pitcher

Henning Koppel

This beautiful piece of design captures everything about the modern Funkis style. It’s simple, functional and timeless.
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Kubus

Mogens Lassen

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A modern classic, well-known for its versatility. It is often seen in official buildings all around the country
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Paustian Spinal Chair 44

Paul Leroy

The Plastic Side Chair is Vitra's modern remake of the iconic chair originally designed by Charles & Ray Eames
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Eames Plastic Side Chair

Charles & Ray Eames

A CHARACTERISTIC CHILD OF THE 60S, THE PANTON CHAIR IS MADE OF RECYCLABLE PP PLASTIC. THE PANTON CHAIR IS INTERIOR DESIGN AHEAD OF ITS TIME
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Panton Chair

Verner Panton

This beautiful piece of design captures everything about the modern Funkis style. It’s simple, functional and timeless.
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Kubus

Mogens Lassen

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When the Omaggio vase first arrived in store, it made people line up and websites crash from the immense interest
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Omaggio, Vase

Stilleben

Every single stripe on the Omaggio servise is hand-painted, making every bowl or cup completely unique
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Omaggio, Teapot

Stilleben

Hans-Christian Bauer’s salt and pepper shakers are an exciting meeting between warm wood and the cooler ceramics
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Hammershøi grinder

Hans-Christian Bauer

Julestage has become a new staple in the Danish people’s homes during the Christmas holiday, proving tradition are constantly evolving
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Avvento

Marianne Nielsen

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THIS IS A MODERN RELAUNCH OF A DANISH CLASSIC ORIGINALLY DESIGNED FOR FDB. THIS MINIMALISTIC AND SCULPTURAL CHAIR IS A CLASSIC
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J110

PUT TOGETHER TWO PERFECT LOUNGE CHAIRS AND THE RESULT IS THIS. AN INVITING, EFFORTLESS AND BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF DESIGN FURNITURE
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About a Lounge Sofa for Comwell

THIS TRAY TABLE NOT ONLY LOOKS GOOD – IT IS ALSO VERY PRACTICAL. THE DETACHABLE TRAY IS EASY TO CARRY WHILE STILL BEING MODERN AND GOOD-LOOKING
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Tray Table

These genius geometric shapes are designed as a mix-and-match, but works outstandingly great by themselves as well
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Kaleido

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Creating unique and more everyday objects, Krog’s ceramics are subtle with a colorful, muted twist
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Cups

Vibeke Krog

Hansen’s work is focused around hardburnt ceramics, reminiscent of the 60s and 70s, showing off every beautiful detail and imperfection
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Mini Plates

Ulla Hansen

The cup is in many ways representative of Stenderup’s tactile and organic shapes, exploring the sensibility of ceramics
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Laila Stenderup

Almost reptilian-looking in texture, Bovbjerg’s tea pot is all about tickling the senses and challenging traditional forms
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Tea Pot

Helle Bovbjerg

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Designed by infamous Benny Frandsen, Ball Multi is an extension of the Ball Lamp, creating a mesmerizing cluster effect

Ball Multi

Benny Frandsen

Risbæk’s Grow Lamp has become one of Bolia’s classics and a natural statement piece for the New Nordic design movement

Grow.Lamp

Mette Risbæk

With its pinball effect, the Track Shelve can be assembled or used on its own in its many color schemes

Track Rack

Michael H. Nielsen

The suspended wall mirror has been appearing in Danish design for decades, and this version caught everyone’s attention

Vora Wall Mirror

Rikke Frost

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Fischer’s work is characterized by softness and lightness, lined with occasional soft lines and matte finishes
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Latte Cup

Ditte Fischer

This beautiful pot makes the mind wonder towards Atlantis with its magical shape reminiscent to clams
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Groove

Hanne Bertelsen

Fischer’s work is characterized by softness and lightness, lined with occasional soft lines and matte finishes
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Jug

Ditte Fischer

This ceramic jar is a symbol of Black’s design, in all of its soft lines and pastel hues
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Contain jar

Anne Black

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Lending from Royal Copenhagens rich cultural heritage, Louise Campbell built this servise to accommodate modern life
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Elements, thermal mug

Louise Campbell

Based on Arnold Krog’s work for the house, the Prinsesse servise is a strong icon of 20th century ceramics
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Princess, Tureen with lid

Royal Copenhagen

Royal Copenhagen’s most iconic design is the fluted servise, dating back to 1775 and characterized by the delicate floral pattern
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Blue fluted plain, plate

Royal Copenhagen

Royal Copenhagen’s most iconic design is the fluted servise, dating back to 1775 and characterized by the delicate floral pattern
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Blue fluted half lace, teapot

Arnold Krog

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MARBLE TRAY HAS BECOME A STYLE ICON FOR YOUNG ADULTS, FREQUENTLY APPEARING ANYWHERE FROM STUDENT APARTMENTS TO HIGH END SHOPS
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Marble Tray

HAY

A design originally done for Georg Jensen, Crawford’s candle holder represents her smooth and warm style
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Ilse, candleholder

Ilse Crawford for Georg Jensen

INSPIRED BY JAPANESE CHERRY BLOSSOMS, THE BOWL HAS AN AESTHETIC OPENNESS THAT COMES TO LIFE IN ITS VERY OWN WAY
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Bloom mirror bowl

Helle Damkjær

The inspiration behind Briksen, dating from the early 50s, was taken from Roman divans and the Bauhaus School
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PK80 Daybed

Poul Kjærholm

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MARBLE TRAY HAS BECOME A STYLE ICON FOR YOUNG ADULTS, FREQUENTLY APPEARING ANYWHERE FROM STUDENT APARTMENTS TO HIGH END SHOPS
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Marble Tray

HAY

A design originally done for Georg Jensen, Crawford’s candle holder represents her smooth and warm style
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Ilse, candleholder

Ilse Crawford for Georg Jensen

INSPIRED BY JAPANESE CHERRY BLOSSOMS, THE BOWL HAS AN AESTHETIC OPENNESS THAT COMES TO LIFE IN ITS VERY OWN WAY
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Bloom mirror bowl

Helle Damkjær

The inspiration behind Briksen, dating from the early 50s, was taken from Roman divans and the Bauhaus School
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PK80 Daybed

Poul Kjærholm

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