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3 Days of Design – A Design State of M!nd

In a unique collaboration, top design companies invites us for a brand new design experience in Copenhagen.

In a unique collaboration, top design companies invites us in 23rd-25thMay 2019 for a brand new design experience in Copenhagen. This year’s graphic identity was created by the award-winning Spanish artist / designer Jaime Hayon, who is blurringthe lines between art, decoration and design.

Some of the exhibitors:

Carl Hansen
welcomed their Copenhagen Flagship Store that have created by Austrian design trio EOOS and Danish design masters Hans J. Wegner, Børge Mogensen and Frits Henningsen alongside a special selection of design icons from their collection.

Live weaving and a chance to win a Wishbone Chairwere the main highlights of the show.⠀⠀

 

 

Fredericia
Furniture, contemporary pieces from Cecilie Manz, Jasper Morrison, Space Copenhagen, GamFratesi, Welling/Ludvik, Hugo Passos and more, as well as enduring classics by design masters Børge Mogensen, Jens Risom and Hans J. Wegner. The outcome is a compelling collection that honours Fredericia’s legacy and unique design philosophy: to create contemporary designs that transcend time. In short – Modern originals crafted to last.

 

 

& Tradition
Welcomed us to their residence and celebrated three days filled with design, new launches, exhibitions, live radio, food, drinks and more.

They were excited to introduce the iconic Flowerpot lamp by Verner Panton in a new size and new colours. Flowerpot VP7 is Ø37 cm and will be available in a wide range of colours including new ones like the Red brown.

In their exhibition floor we could explore new launches and line extensions including the new Elefy chair byJaime Hayon.

GUBI
has a certain talent when it comes to uniting traditional aesthetics with contemporary thinking. One of the most iconic pieces from the design house GUBI is their Bestlite-lamp. The table lamp is historically known for lighting up the desk of another icon, Sir Winston Churchill.

 

 

Erik Joergensen
They were excited to show us their novelties:

Keel a new coffee table designed by Lise Vester where organic shapes and volume were essential. New Konami sofa designed by Damian Williamson and the Corona chair, dressed in new soft wool.