danish designers 🇩🇰 (Page 3)

“Iconic design is a combination of simplicity, aesthetics and functionality brought to life through skilful work with the highest quality materials..” Carl Hansen & Sons
Finn Lynggaard featured image

In 1958, he established his own workshop, making him a pioneer in the field of Danish studio glass. Deeply coloured flower designs on translucent backgrounds are a signature of his glasswork.Read More →

Hans and Lise Isbrand featured image

Lise and Hans Isbrand have shown up at the SE shows multiple times with intriguing and experimental prototypes. Their work, on the other hand, tends to be more focused on ordinary life. As a result, they are responsible for various fascinating workplace furniture, inventive culinary utensils, and other items.Read More →

Holger Nielsen, a young metalworker, met Marie Axelsen, his future wife, while she was studying to be a hairdresser. When they married in 1939, Marie opened her own salon in Randers, Denmark, and Holger helped furnish it. He created three of the original Vipp pedal bins for the salon.Read More →

SKOVBY #840 STOOL featured image

A stackable and sustainable stool produced entirely from waste pieces is created by combining pieces cut from round and elliptical shaped tables.Read More →

Cosmos pattern waste bowl (1915) designed by Johan Rohde

He was born in Randers, where he graduated from grammar school in 1875 and studied medicine before turning to art and painting. In 1882, he enrolled in the Academy after studying privately with Wenzel Torne.Read More →

Frantz Hingelberg Silversmiths featured image

They were a retail and production silversmith for the Danish Royal Court. Frantz Hingelberg founded the company in 1897 as a retailer with a separate workshop for gold and silver. Read More →

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Organic Functionality, a modernist school emphasising Functionality, is a term used to define his style. With contributions by Poul Henningsen, Alvar Aalto, and Arne Jacobsen, this school of thought originated predominantly in Scandinavian countries.Read More →

Armchair 1949, Hans J. Wegner

He simplified the chair’s structure so that the sculpted backrest and arms form one continuous element. The turned legs rigidly support the deep seat rail and top piece without the need for stretchers, combining an expressive form that draws on Chinese precedents with natural materials and a rationally conceived design destined for the most exacting factory manufacture.Read More →

The Lassen Chair was created by Flemming Lassen, Magnus Sangild, and Marianne Viktor in 2018 as a tribute to Flemming Lassen’s uncompromising dedication to detail, aesthetics, quality, and form.Read More →

Kay Fisk Silver

Kay Fisker (1893-1965) was a Danish architect and furniture designer, metalworker, and professionally active in Copenhagen.Read More →

Børge Mogensen featured image

Børge Mogensen (1914 – 1972) was a Danish furniture designer. 1936-38, studied Kunsthåndværkerskolen, Copenhagen, and 1938-42, furniture, Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademi, Copenhagen, under Kaare Klint. Read More →

Danish Design Icons featured image

A definitive history of 20th-century Danish design through 101 classic objects.

Denmark has long loomed large in international design history. Today, Danish furniture, textiles, home appliances and utensils from the 1960s and ‘70s are more popular than ever, for sale at design galleries and a rarity at flea markets. Read More →

Poul Kjærholm (1929 -1980) Danish designer

Poul Kjærholm (1929 – 1980) was a Danish designer. Kjærholm was born in Østervr, Denmark, and started his career as a cabinetmaker’s apprentice with Gronbech in 1948 before attending the Danish School of Arts and Crafts Copenhagen in 1952. Read More →

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Fritz Hansen, a cabinetmaker who started producing and supplying furniture parts before going into bentwood furniture production, founded this major Danish furniture manufacturing company in Copenhagen. In the 1930s, the company began to produce tubular steel designs by Dutch designer Mart Stam and others, in addition to wooden furniture. Read More →

Danish Pepper - book featured image

At the height of the Danish Modern movement, Jens Quistgaard and Dansk spiced up the design world with a stunning series of sculptural wood salt and pepper mills. Danish Pepper features photos and illustrations of Dansk and other Danish mills, accompanied by a rich history of the mills and their creators.Read More →

J39 Chair by Børge Morgensen featured image

The J39 Chair was designed in 1947 by Børge Mogensen. J39 is a flexible solid wood masterpiece featuring a hand-woven seat with a natural paper cord. In 1939, just beginning his design career, when Mogensen was a 28-year-old architect, he followed his vision of producing high-quality, practical furniture that could popularise modernist design for the general public.Read More →

Leif Erik Rasmussen

Leif Erik Rasmussen is a Danish architect and furniture designer. He studied furniture design at Kunsthåndværkersklen, Copenhagen to 1968.Read More →

Fredericia Furniture

Fredericia Furniture will be one of the complete portfolios of classic and contemporary design furniture,Read More →

Karen Vibeke Klint - Textile Pattern

Karen Vibeke Klinti s a Danish weaver and textile designer, educated in 1949 from the Arts and Crafts School in Copenhagen . Vibeke Klint has been extremely active in the latter half of the twentieth century, both as a craftsman, designer, teacher,.Read More →