Both modern and traditional, colorful yet understated, the TAC chair, otherwise known as “The Andersen Chair” easily blends into interiors of all styles, and can either complete a dining room table with elegance, or be used solo in a bedroom or office. Its stability and sturdiness also make it an excellent choice for public spaces such as town halls,...
Poul Henningsen design for Louis Poulsen, 1926. Well known for its unique sculptural style, the PH Snowball pendant continues to inspire interior designers around the world. Both lamp and artistic masterpiece, it is suitable for the general lighting of small rooms and offers high quality lighting of an incredible beauty.
Arne Jacobsen design for Louis Poulsen. Today considered an icon of Scandinavian design, the AJ table lamp stands for elegance and simplicity. It will easily find its place on a desk, table or worktop in any room, for precise and controlled illumination. Now available in 8 different colors, it will blend into any type of interior.
Hans J. Wegner design for Carl Hansen. The L37 pendant, or simply « The Pendant », is a great classic in the Danish design world. Vertically adjustable thanks to its integrated handle, the elegantly designed L37 pendant is particularly suitable for rooms with high ceilings, and looks especially good hung above a dining room table or kitchen worktop. A...
Hans J. Wegner design by Carl Hansen. Beautiful elliptical-shaped dining room table, perfect for daily use. The table combines a modern and natural look with a high level of functionality. It quickly adapts to the number of guests thanks to its well-thought out extension system. The CH20, CH33 and CH24 chairs by the same designer perfectly complement the...
Seppo Koho design. Entirely handcrafted out of wood, the Secto 4202 Magnum pendant will naturally embellish any interior with a contemporary or classic design. Larger than the 4201 and 4200 versions, it can be used to elegantly illuminate large open spaces and high-ceiling rooms. The light diffused is soft and dimmed, for perfect visual comfort.
Poul Henningsen design for Louis Poulsen, 1926. The PH wall lamp, one of Poul Henningsen’s greatest classics, is highly appreciated for its soft, harmonious and glare-free light. Designed for outdoor use, the lamp will withstand the elements for years to come. Can also be used indoors.
Seppo Koho design. Designed in wood, and entirely crafted by hand, the Secto, or 4231 wall lights will embellish any interior with a contemporary style. They can be placed above a headboard in a bedroom for soft reading light, or in an entrance or any other room for area lighting. The Secto wall lamps diffuse dim, softened light for extra visual comfort.
Shoichi Uchiyama design, for Louis Poulsen. Enigma 425 is a Japanese inspired pendant, which produces soft and diffuse light through indirect lighting, directed mainly downwards. Enigma 425 can be placed over a kitchen worktop, table, or desk, in an office or any other large room.
Shoichi Uchiyama design, for Louis Poulsen. Enigma 825 is a Japanese inspired pendant, which produces soft and diffuse light through indirect lighting, mostly aimed downwards. The lamp should be installed in high ceiling rooms for spectacular general lighting results.
Louise Campbell design, 2009. Collage 450 is a scaled-down version of the Collage 600 pendant. The pendant is composed of 3 layers of acrylic, which laser-cut shapes are carefully staggered in order to create different perceptions of light and shadow depending on the viewing angle, which is reminiscent of the reflection of sun beams through the leaves of...
Kastehelmi dish, designed by Oiva Toikka for Iittala in 1964 The Finnish name ‘dewdrop’ refers to the circles of bubbles in the pressed glass. Inspired by Finnish nature, the dewdrops glisten like a string of pearls on grass in the morning sun.
Nina Koppel design for Georg Jensen, 1970. The Fusion ring by Nina Koppel is an invitation to creativity. The combination of the different elements, either in white, yellow or red gold, plain or adorned with diamonds, forms a beautiful ring. Fusion was designed for sophisticated people, wanting to give their jewelry a distinctive and personal touch. Ideal...
Scandinavian design has its origins in the special relationship between the Nordic countries - Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland - with the environment. Nature is, in fact, the main source of inspiration for artists and Scandinavian designers and results in a ubiquitous furniture and wooden objects, with clean lines.
Scandinavian design, as we know it today, comes from the will of the designers of the 1920s and 1930s - Kaare Klint, Mogens Koch and Alvar Aalto - to create aesthetic, functional and accessible to all furniture, building focus on the specific needs of the human body.
The spirit of Scandinavian design can be defined in the creation of beautiful objects whose purpose is to simplify and improve everyday life in the home.
It was also during the 20s and 30s Kay Bojesen specialist figurines and wooden animals and Georg Jensen, the Danish master silversmith, created their finest works.
If the furniture and knew immediately a huge success in their respective countries, it was only after the Second World War that the phenomenon of Scandinavian design really gained momentum internationally. The golden age of Nordic design was without question the 50s and 60s many exhibitions worldwide propelled innovative creations of the most talented Scandinavian designers, including Arne Jacobsen, Borge Mogensen, Verner Panton and Hans Wegner, internationally. This is the case of the famous Panton chair by Verner Panton in the early 50s, the first chair made entirely of molded plastic, or later the Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen chair with its wrap-avant-garde and vibrant colors.
The success of Scandinavian creations internationally also strongly influenced the modernist movement in Europe and North America.
Since 1990, groups of young designers gave a new face to Scandinavian design bringing modernist ideas and experimenting with new forms and materials.
Scandinavian design has established itself as a timeless trend. Some furniture, lighting and cult objects of Scandinavian designers of yesteryear have become true icons and continue to be produced and used worldwide. Everyone today knows the famous Egg chair by Arne Jacobsen, CH24 Wishbone chair by Hans Wegner and Poul Henningsen PH lamps. The Nordic countries and perpetuate their unique know-how in the world for manufacturing quality furniture: woodworking, high cabinet, manufacturing and garment fabrics, weaving tradition (Sweden) ... With the strength of the many artisans teach their know-how from generation to generation.
Danish shop offers both the greatest classics that have survived the times, staying in the excellence of their time, and also new Scandinavian designers who meet the requirements of quality products.
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