Arne Jacobsen is one of the most outstanding & celebrated Danish Industrial designer and architect.
He shone for the first time after sucessfully participating in the Paris Art Deco fair 1925 with hes chair Paris. -A chair that now, as most other of hes furniture designs, has been re-put into production..
Jacobsen has Designed numerous statement buildings around the world with hes typical clean, minimalist but still feminine shaped style.
During the 60s he turned towards shapes as circle, cylinder, triangle, and cubus.
Arne Jacobsen stands for functionality, modernism and proportion
Examples of Designs:
The Swan, Egg, Drip & Ant Chair
The 7 Series
The Mayor sofa
The AJ Lamp
TheCylinda line tableware
The Pot & Giraffe chair
The Royal Hotel of Copenhagen
Prince Carl Philip - Silverwear
As hes great uncle Prince Sigvard Bernadotte, Swedish Prince Carl Philip Bernadotte is also creating big success and respect through hes simplistic and timeless table ware and silverware Designs.
-A Finnish Designer and sculptor
A Finnish designer and Sculptor
The last 15 years of hes life Sarpaneva focused on sculpturing, mainly in glass. Hes work can be seen in Art museums globally as well as valuable art at Christie´s
He has design numerous awarded glass, porcelain & fabric patterns. Mainly for Finnish Iitalla, PMK, Marimekko & German Rosenthal.
Timo Sarpaneva stand for:Renewal, Nordic cold, advantage contrasting to basic & sensuous
Examples of Design:
Suomi porcelain range
Finlandia bark glass
Kukko awarded sculpture
-- A Swedish Prince and Designer
As a 60 year anniversary, we have to celebrate Prince Bernadotte’s bowl Margrethe which has now been in production since 1954.
The bowl was named by then Crown Princess Margrethe (who also was a close relative)
The Design Prince. One of Sweden’s most successful Designer during the 20th century. He combined beauty and functionality with an effective and rational production process.
The Designer of a few of Sweden’s most used and recognized appliances.
Bernadotte’s design stands for Sophisticated and Stringent.
Designer of: Silverware for Georg Jensen, patterns, tablewares and everyday objects.
- A rare female furniture designer
Ditzel was one of the few females in the man dominated world of furniture design in the mid 20th century.
She finished her education as furniture architect at age 23. Then started her own design studio. She later moved to the UK and opened the Interspace Furniture House in the Hamspsteads. She was never afraid to fail, but constantly tried new materials and techniques.
Her motto was´ Three steps forward and two steps back is still one step forward!´
Nanna Dietzel stands for:
Practical, organic soft & feminine.
Examples of Design:
Jewlery for Georg jensen
Textile collection Hallindal
Numerous classic chairs, stools & tables
-An Abstact Designer
Verner Panton was one of Denmark’s most influential and prolific designers. His furniture, lighting, textile and interior designs were innovative and futuristic.
Panton is best known for his plastic stacking chair(1965)- The first single-form, single-material chair to be mass produced. Pantons Design typifies the 1960s populist approach to furniture design.
He also became famous for hes pop art textile patterns.
Pantones design stands for Abstract, populist, sculptural and mass production.
Textiles for the Swiss manufacturer Mira-X
Chairs, tables, lights mainly plastic