Table R15 by Petter Thörne

The story it’s about using conventional and well proven construction methods and give them a twist. With Table R15 a standard corner bracket is used and attached to the leg in a slightly different way.

Dimensions: H 730 mm W 1000 mm D 1800 mm

Petter Thörne is a Swedish designer based in Copenhagen and a recent graduate from Royal College of Art in London. Thörne’s design spans from furniture and product design to art installations and performance design. Despite the great variety of project, the essence is often about providing different angels and new views of the experience reality.

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Mush Tent by Evalou Hauge

As a child I absolutely cherished the rare times when my dad would take me camping and mushroom picking. I created this tent to remember to do the same with my own son, -to remember to take time to sit a round a campfire eating home cooked mushroom stew. I have picked the mushrooms depicted on the tent with my family, while vacationing in the woods of Denmark and North America.

Dimensions: H: 97 cm W: 137 cm D: 213 cm

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Sphere by Maja Lind Ziska & Mette Karina Johansen

The table reflects our interest in investigating the perception of objects. Sphere points out the basic principle of a table: A horizontal surface and a construction that holds that surface in position. To separate and exaggerate the forces that are distributed through the table, we worked with different materials that specify the function of each part. The concrete cast underlines the pressure, the metal thread the traction and the transparent glass plane contains the main table function.

Dimensions: H: 518 x W: 670 x D: 670mm

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Shade by Johansen Faurschou 

Our story about design is a story of simplicity and functionality. The common bond between Anita Johansen and Laura Faurschou will first and foremost be a love of the simple product with the clear idea. Our Shade wall mounted lamp is based on our joined fascination with one of the old Scandinavian crafts - glass blowing. The design presents shades - shades of colour and overlap, shades of light and shadow. Two glass shades in a slim metal frame.The inner shade is fixed. The outer shade slides and rotates to either cover the light or let it out.

Dimensions: Ø: 250 mm D: 56 mm

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Johansen Faurschou johansenfaurschou@gmail.com
+45 22456753 / +45 30276545
www.joharmansenfaurschou.com

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Mush by Steffen Juul

A modular table that comes to live as you put the tables together to form a cluster of 'Mushrooms'. The construction is lowered into the table top which hides the way the table tops are linked together. The legs goes into the frame and can be made from wood, coated steel, cobber, brass. The table top can also be any material; stone, wood, plastic etc. Mush table is a table- version of the Mush 'one-legged stool-cluster' which is stronger and made for public spaces.

Product dimensions of the 5 tables exhibited:
H: 450 mm W: 900 mm D: 1900 mm

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Woven by MJUKA

For us Danish design is honest. It gives a feeling of being close to nature. We value pure materials and believe in highlighting those natural, beautiful details. In this project, we translated our understanding of Danish design into our collection Woven. Emphasizing on raw materials we enjoyed playing with multiple layers which become visible throughout the collection.

Dimensions: H: 700 mm W: 800 mm D: 35 mm

MJUKA is a young design studio based in Hamburg. It was founded by the two furniture designers Annika Steven and Franziska Cadmus. Both designers come from northern parts of Germany and they studied together in Kiel. Afterwards, they continued their studies in Copenhagen, Gothenburg and Halle/Saale. Their work is influenced by scandinavian design and they work mostly with wood and fabric. The value of the furniture is in the focus of their work, so the awareness of the materials and how they are produced is important.

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MJUKA
Franziska Cadmus & Annika Steven 
hej@mjuka.de 
+49 40 53271944 
www.mjuka.de

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Offset by Johansen Faurschou 

Our story about design is a story of simplicity and functionality. The common bond between Anita Johansen and Laura Faurschou will first and foremost be a love of the simple product with a clear idea. Our Offset chair is a take on the traditional armrest chair. We have given it a minimalistic upholstery as an offset from the metal frame. Our ambition was to create an honest expression with no unnecessary details without compromising our collective aesthetic.

Dimensions: H: 700 W: 535 D: 460 mm.

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Johansen Faurschou johansenfaurschou@gmail.com
+45 22456753 / +45 30276545
www.joharmansenfaurschou.com

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Jojo FELT LAMPS by Claus Bjerre 

I believe that it is important with fun and games also in design, so my lamp design is based on the toy jojo.

Dimensions: H: 1000 mm W: 3000 mm D: 1000 mm

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Pocket Chair by Jesper Junge

I enjoy inviting people into my home – but ironically I have never had a decent easy chair to offer my guests. That is one of the reasons I decided to make this semi knock down easy chair. My story is about an honest, simple and comfortable easy chair for when you are taking a break, reading a book, listening to music and much more. The chair consists of four single parts with upholstery that is easy to remove and clean.

Dimensions: H: 650 mm W: 700 mm D: 650 mm

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Verde by Gustaf Magnus Wollin 

My design process includes loosing myself in my own mind attracting all kinds of influences. I am visualizing different shapes, materials, colours, emotions and environments until they all fit perfectly together. Natural materials have always fascinated me, and when we were presented with the colour scheme for this exhibition I immediately thought of the Verde Guatemala stone. The idea of the Verde table is to combine the hardness of the stone with soft and gentle shapes, the heavy against the light, implying the stone to be floating. Simply, Danish design with a Swedish accent.

Dimensions:
(Height width depth)
400 x 1000 x 1000 mm.
700 x 1200 x 700 mm.

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Eclipse Table by Signe Hytte

I have always loved simple graphic drawings consisting of only black lines. As a child I would spend hours meticulously drawing alongside my father while he was drawing at his desk or painting. My fascination and my interest in simple black illustrations has been the starting point for the idea behind Eclipse Table. Eclipse Table consist of a slender black metal frame and a circular table top made from colored glass. The black metal frame consists of a squared construction which plays with a tight and conceptual graphic expression, standing in contrast to the round and coloured table top.

Dimensions: 
Small Ecliple Table: H: 650 mm W: D: 450 mm
Large Eclipse Table: H: 650 mm W: 650 mm D: 450 mm

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Gyng by Øivind Alexander Slaatto

As a child I couldn't ever sit on a chair, unless I was rocking or riding it, which wasn't allowed. Not much has changed since then – despite the fact that today it isn't allowed NOT to rock when sitting on a chair. This light-weight-rocking-chair is build around the simplest yet magical geometrical shape: the circle. A rhythmical pattern of lines creates an ergonomic seat that welcomes you to rest and rock in your own pulse.

Dimensions: H 780 mm W 870 mm D 752 mm 

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Øivind Alexander Slaatto studio@slaatto.dk
www.slaatto.dk
+45 25348832

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Gravity by Gudmundur Ludvik

‘Gravity’ is loosing your footing for a while, confident you always end up with both feet on the ground. Growing up, I remember being afraid of making a fool of myself, hesitating to ask questions when I was wondering, and trying not to expose my childish inexperience and ignorance. Still my curiosity drove my nose and hands into all kinds of matters. Pursuing opportunities within crafts, art and design, I found my personal playground. This combination poses my platform for research and experiments when developing new products. Life has taught me that failure is an essential ingredient in every evolution. Exploring physical limits and, yes, making mistakes and learning in the process of doing so, is what drives me as a designer today. ‘Gravity’ is an output of such a process of trial and error. I wish to challenge the conventional idea of a height adjustable table, creating a user friendly and flexible solution that can be easily manipulated.

Dimensions: H: 720/1120 mm W: 1600 mm D: 800 mm

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KIN by Antonio Scaffidi

My story is one about my perception of chairs. I have developed a great interest in sitting furniture. Especially chairs manage to capture my attention in an exciting process of assessments on form, ergonomics, statics and material use. Chairs can be regarded as function related sculptures. Their assigned task is to carry a human body – as pleasant as possible. Their innate capacity is the inevitable effect chairs have on their environment. When few parts are put together and they perform as one in order to function, to me an idea becomes very clear in an object. The KIN Chair assembles a bearing structure made from aluminium and a borne membrane, which is entirely textile based. These two elements are very different, but at the same time highly related to each other – KIN.

Dimensions: H: 780 mm W: 580 mm D: 550 mm

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Antonio Scaffidi
+45 2728 4605
mail@scaffidi.dk
scaffidi.dk

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BOX by Thomas Albertsen

I always wanted to make a version of the step stool I remember from my childhood. It is important to me that the stool is functional as well as beautiful. So the big effort has been to incorporate the function in a natural way. My process has led me to a box with a foldable step.

Dimensions: H 430 mm W 384 mm D 280 mm

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Thomas Albertsen
+45 22339591
thomas@carlcarl.com
carlcarl.com

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