Avant-garde, la Boutique Danoise starts presenting as soon as in the late 50s Danish classics of design, this one rising and creatively booming, Danish designers were indeed decided to take the path opened by the grandmaster of the Danish modernism, Kaare klint.
Among these classics are timeless creations that will soon become icons in Denmark and around the world. Danish design figures will stand out from the others thanks to their talent and innovative spirit, they each have a style of their own, among them Hans J. Wegner is one of the most productive, he will work mainly on the seatings, chairs and armchairs, on their structure and functionality. Poul Kjaerholm, a designer comited to an architectural design, preaching lines simplified to their extreme, he uses natural and noble materials that will skate and age beautifully with time.
Arne Jacobsen will bring the round shapes of his organic and voluptuous design, Verner Panton the color and originality, his design embodying with grace the 70’s psychedelic.
Many others will add their own touch such as Finn Jhul, Borge Morgensen, Nanna Ditzel, enriching Danish design by their diversity.
Since then, La Boutique Danoise has been developing an important and solid network with all the actors of the Danish furniture industry, both creatively with the designers and industrially working with the craftsmen and the editors.
Close to her customers, she was able to capture the trends and needs of the moment, and satisfy their demand and with a spirit of adventure and innovation, allowing their accessibility to a wider and French public, responding to simple needs with practical furniture solutions that are both aesthetic and functional; modular sofas, extendable tables, lighting chairs, suspensions ...
During the decades, La Boutique Danoise has developed a wide line of products, reflecting Scandinavian modern and contemporary creation, highlighting always the local production of excellent quality.
She has collaborated with many designers such as Cecilie Manz, Marcus Johansson or Bykato,
among others, to contribute to the new breath of Scandinavian creation. It is also a strong desire not to sign its production in order to remain in a free and accessible range to its launching.
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