A new Danish designed children’s cutlery, ToddlerTable Cutlery, was named as the winner of the Formland Design Award – Autumn 2009 on Friday morning. Two Copenhagen-based companies, Fabrikators and ToddlerCompany, have designed the winning product and during the opening of the Formland Fair at MCH Messecenter Herning they were awarded DKK 100,000 as a marketing […]
Product: Eva Trio kitchen tool Company: Eva Denmark A / S Designer: Todd Brachet Functional kitchen tool in a retro design Eva Denmark A / S has developed a new series of kitchen tools in stylish and multifunctional designs. The tools can be used for cooking and serving, as they are produced in durable and […]
Product: Anine Company: Horn Commodity Factory Designer: Sara Bruun Buch Horn bowls in a smart design The West Jutland firm Horn goods factory’s vases Anine are nominated for the Formland Design Award – Autumn 2009. Based on kohorn, designer Sara Bech Bruun created a modern design product for the house. Horn goods factory is the […]
At Formland Autumn 2009 the MCH Herning Fairs presents Normann Copenhagen, particularly Hang – a lamp designed by Rikke Hagen, who has combined form, function and aesthetics in a simple design. Hang is a part of the New Danish Modern, which are Danish designs and Danish production. The expression is a significantly shaped classical piece. […]
In the spring of 2009 Franck & Fischer ApS took their first step in the sustainable direction as Gentofte-firm had produced a Fair Trade Certified line of nightwear and baby blankets and bedding in organic cotton. It was a success and has meant that the company has chosen to make all its products crocheted in […]
Scandinavian luxury lifestyle brand Georg Jensen has appointed designer Todd Bracher Creative Director of the brand and head of a new creative force consisting of the Georg Jensen internal design team, the Georg Jensen designer network and Copenhagen based design consultants OeO.
Everyone is becoming more environmentally conscious and we all know the problem of buying groceries and packing them into too many plastic bags each week. Not one, but two of course in order to secure they do not rupture and due to a lack of a working, innovative alternative.