Louise Roe, a Danish designer based in Copenhagen, seeks out authentic materials to create a mixture of tableware that's minimal in terms of aesthetic but still high in quality and truly functional.
We have now added a beautiful selection of spoons in to the shop, including the horn tea measure, horn olive spoon, and horn marmalade spoon handmade in Denmark by Hornvarefabrikken.
With a background in Graphic Design Kristina set up her studio in Copenhagen and produces limited editions prints that have a simple, graphical language that is easy to decipher.
Revolve by Flensted Mouritzen is a project consisting of Danish design duo Troels Flensted and Ragna Mouritzen who have made this series of sculpture from plaster and pigments.
A Copenhagen based glass artisan who mainly works on her own projects but has also collaborated with other designers to create beautiful functional forms that are restraint but are still expressive.
I found a kindred spirit in Terkel Skou Steffensen, a Danish designer currently based in Copenhagen, whose portfolio consists of contemporary furniture, lighting and homeware design.
This new collaboration by set designer Pernille Andersen and furniture designer Maria Bruun titled 'New Sculptural Minimalism' showcases their vision to give Danish design a bold, new direction.
A fantastic series of furniture by Copenhagen-based designer Cecilie Manz, who has worked in collaboration with Nissin in Japan to produce this rounded chair and table for the home.
The work of Silversmith Lone Lovschal really intrigued me, not only are her skills in the field of metalwork impressive, she can also design and make works that are functional and beautiful.
Every so often you come across a designer who has a distinct style and Aldo Bakker is one of those. A designer who looks for timeless form but at same time approaches from a unique angle.
Rikke Hass Christensen resides in Copenhagen and has captured this landscape photography, showcasing the importance of translating the mood of the environment in to the photograph itself.
This series that I picked out by Danish designer Grethe Sorensen is titled Water Mirror and is a selection of images of surfaces that show light reflected by water, later transferred on to textiles.