Curatorial Statement

Denmark is one of Europe’s smallest nations, and yet Danish design continues to make its mark internationally. Throughout history, design has played a major role in Danish culture, as a tool for implementing effectively utilitarian, democratic practices in which a good quality of life is a natural-born right, and not a privilege. Today, Danish designers continue to embrace this principle, creating works whose aesthetic power is matched equally by their functionality. We also see a prominent use, or re-use, of natural materials, which is also part of the Danish emphasis on green, sustainable design. Many Danish designers also integrate a dimension of crossover into their work, as seen in the first Danish collection, bridging fields of design or craft: a renowned fashion designer creates wall pieces; a textile designer produces hand-crafted art pieces, and a furniture designer explores the scientific extraction of local materials.


The Collection

vase3

Vase

Clib Klap
43,75 incl. VAT
vase10

Vase

Clib Klap
26,25 incl. VAT
vase6

Vase

Clib Klap
26,25 incl. VAT
vase1

Vase

Clib Klap
43,75 incl. VAT
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Tray

Rasmus Warberg
70
vase2

Vase

Clib Klap
43,75 incl. VAT
vase7

Vase

Clib Klap
26,25 incl. VAT
vase4

Vase

Clib Klap
43,75 incl. VAT
vase8

Vase

Clib Klap
30 incl. VAT
vase9

Vase

Clib Klap
26,25 incl. VAT

Curated Designers

Desingers