Pure Culture cooperates with Danish and foreign designers and artists8
Design Dishes, bowls, trays, vases, candlesticks, wood products, scarves, buttons and textiles. Yes, there is hardly any end to the products from the company Pure Culture in Kolding, which is among the exhibitors at Formland Autumn 2009 in Fairs MCH Herning.
Pure Culture was incorporated in 2004 by Trine and Torben Holm Larsen. They had for several years traveled to many tradition-rich countries in the Far East, South America and Africa, and it was on these trips that the inspiration for Pure Culture was created. The basic idea was – and is – to explore the many wonderful crafts that exist in countries from which it chooses the most exciting products and disseminates them in Scandinavia.
They thus established contacts with the best producers and subsequently imported the products. Additionally Pure Culture established local knowledge and quality control at production sites and from the first day Pure Culture took an active part in human rights, environment and anti-corruption.
Pure Culture then began to put their own stamp on these traditional handicraft products by linking the design staff with a wide network of Danish and foreign designers and artists. In this way, they always add to the products something new, a custom Scandinavian style and make them tomorrow’s trends.
Today, Pure Culture is a well established and dynamic company with a large group of customers at home and abroad.