London hails creative Danish furniture design  

2007.10.02
Danish furniture design topped the bill at the 100% Design show in London, the UK's premier contemporary interiors event for the contract market
Danish furniture design topped the bill at the 100% Design show in London, the UK's premier contemporary interiors event for the contract market, when the Danish Embassy in London, organiser of the Made in Denmark stand, won the prestigious award for Best Contribution. Made in Denmark showcased some of the most talented Danish furniture designers, and according to the judges, made the most creative impact of all exhibitors.
 
The Made in Denmark stand was featured at 100% Futures for emerging talents and presented a new generation of Danish furniture designers who combine the rich Danish heritage of cabinet making with a sense of quality and new aesthetic principles. Their design is rooted in the golden era of Danish design, characterised by its experimental and groundbreaking ways of using wood.
 
Several of the Danish designers were present at the stand including Boris Berlin, Line Depping, Rasmus Fenhann, Sebastian Holmbäck and Hans Sandgren Jakobsen.
 
The Danish Embassy in London has initiated another design initiative this autumn, Townhouse DK, which is a complete transformation of a traditional London mews house into a modern Danish design home.  Townhouse DK is part of the London Design Festival 2007, and has been much visited since it opened a week ago. It is located at 20 Egerton Gardens Mews, London SW3 2EH.
 
Link > Made in Denmark
   
Link > Townhouse DK 

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