Chris Liljenberg Halstrøm

Chris influences has indeed been very Scandinavian, but traditional Japanese architechture and design also plays a big role in her work with focus on materiality and functionality. “A simple thing as how you treat the food in many Asian countries eating with chopsticks instead of brutally penetrating it with a knife and fork is for me very inspiring. Functionality…

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Mads Sætter-Lassen

Mads Sætter-Lassen belongs to the new talented generation of Danish designers. With his honest approach to design, he focuses on the simplicity and functionality of the product, although he is not afraid of decoration if it compliments the functionality. He experiments with unconventional materials otherwise associated with specific objects and uses them in new and surprising ways. Mads Sætter-Lassen has recently graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Art…

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Søren Ulrik Petersen

Søren Ulrik Petersen, born 1961, Danish designer. Søren Ulrik Petersen trained as cabinetmaker at Wulff’s furniture firm in Hellerup in 1985. After completing his apprenticeship he continued his education at Danmarks Designskole, graduating as a furniture designer in 1990. He has a functionalist approach and bases his products on the goal of promoting close interpersonal relations. One example of a design based on this aspiration is…

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Tobias Jacobsen

Tobias Jacobsen, born 1965 is a danish designer. Tobias underwent formal training as a goldsmith and industrial designer at Denmarks Designskole. Today, he works with design in a wide range of areas like furniture, architecture and kitchenware. Tobias Jacobsen is the grandson of world famous Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen and has inherited his grandfather’s talent for design. A talent that is characterised by…

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