northmodern is quickly gaining recognition for being one of the most important events in Scandinavia for new Nordic brands and emerging designers to participate in.Continue reading “northmodern a/w”
FRAGMENT is the title of Maria Bruun and Anne Dorthe Vester’s solo show at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, an installation that expand on the duo’s earlier work but on a larger scale.Continue reading “FRAGMENT, Anne Dorthe Vester & Maria Bruun”
Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven is undoubtedly one of the absolute highlights of the design year, a kaleidoscopic vision for the future of design. One of the most popular events of the week is the graduation show at the Design Academy Eindhoven aka DAE with people lining up outside well before the doors open to de Witte Dame.
The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, or KADK, put on a massive graduation show for 2015 with 220 projects on display, divided between 140 graduating architects and 80 designers. The sprawling show covers architecture, fashion, graphics, industrial and furniture design with projects ranging from experimental ceramics, spatial studies, art to a prehosptial hypothermal firstaid rescue bag.
If you don’t know B°Fex, aka, Rasmus Bækkel Fex, and were only told that he is a Danish designer working mainly with traditional furniture types, you will most definitely get the wrong idea.Continue reading “The 9,5° Chair by B°Fex – art with function, design without”
We were sorry to see innovative interior retailer Please Wait To Be Seated close down its gallery on Borgergade in Copenhagen, however they have not been idle and now return with their first own production designed by ingenious Dutch studio OS Δ OOS.Continue reading “Now Available – The Keystone by OS Δ OOS for PWTBS”
Following the grey and damp Riverbed through the bright white rooms, searching for its source, I can’t shake the feeling of walking through an inverted version of Superstudio’s landscape collages.Continue reading “Manufactured landscape: Olafur Eliasson’s Riverbed”
The nomadic Cabinetmakers’ Autumn Exhibition or S.E (short for Snedkernas Efterårsudstillning) has this year taken up residency at KADK (The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation) with 34 prototypes on display. As usual there is a theme, and the pieces on display presents variations and interoperation on this theme. This year’s theme: textility.Continue reading “The Cabinetmakers’ Autumn Exhibition”