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Parallels: Denmark/Japan

In April Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery visited Kohseki, a family owned design studio based in Kyoto, Japan. Kohseki was founded by architect Yoshiaki Nakamura, who is deeply engaged in integrating Danish and Japanese style elements in his design and architectural works. The visit made us reflect about the similarities between Japanese and Danish furniture art, architecture and crafts, about the aesthetic...
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Wegner – just one good chair

In Copenhagen Designmuseum Denmark marks the centenary of Hans J. Wegner with the exhibition Hans J. Wegner – just one good chair.  The exhibition highlights Wegner as one of the most prolific designers of the 20th Century.  It tells the story of his life and career and shows more than 150 of his major works, drawings, photos and models, exploring...
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Wirkkala / Iceberg

One of the highlights of our current exhibition “Nordic by Nature” is the Iceberg, designed by the Finnish artist Tapio Wirkkala (1915-1985) in 1956. The bowl is made of mould-blown clear class and executed at Iittala glassworks. Before he came to Iittala Wirkkala had studied ornamental sculpting at the Central School of Arts and Crafts in Helsinki and his glass...
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Nordic by Nature

Today we open a new exhibition in our Paris gallery, presenting a selection of works by renowned Nordic designers and architects, such as Alvar Aalto, Bruno Mathsson, Hans J. Wegner, Kirsti Ilvessalo and Berndt Friberg. The starting point of the exhibition Nordic by Nature is the harsh Scandinavian climate, the beautiful rugged landscapes and the distinctive light of the North...
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TEFAF / Exhibition Views

Snapshots from our exhibition stand at TEFAF Maastricht. We look forward to seeing you there!
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Fabricius & Kastholm

The Danish design duo Fabricius & Kastholm had a breakthrough in the 1960s with a range of furniture characterized by an uncompromising aesthetics; precision, clarity and a minimalistic methodology. Preben Fabricius (1931-1984) and Jørgen Kastholm (1931-2007) were both trained craftsmen and met during subsequent studies at the Copenhagen School of Interior Design in the mid-1950s. Kastholm had originally trained as...
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