The landscape surrounding Carl Emil Jacobsen provides the materials and colours that form his sculptures, reminiscent of ancient forms and archaeology.
Fragments of memory and changing seasons are evoked in the ceramics and textile assemblages of Patricia Perales García as costume design crosses over with sculpture.
In The Collector’s Eye, the melange of disparate elements, vintage and contemporary, refined and brutalist, are united by a discerning eclecticism in an historic exhibition space.
As the founder of Studio X, a design studio and gallery in Copenhagen that acts as a laboratory for concepts, Kirstine Meier Carlsen is an individual imbued with curiosity. Her home is a natural extension of this.
On the surface, Rebekka Bay and Ricky Nordson’s apartment in the historic heart of Copenhagen is a minimalist vision all in white, replete with rich details typical of the neighbourhood’s 18th century architecture.
On the island of Blidö in the Swedish archipelago, Halleroed founders, Christian and Ruxandra Halleröd, found the freedom to design for pleasure within a forest of fir, pine and juniper trees.
The chemigrams of Åke E: son Lindman swap the literalness of his highly regarded architecture photos for the uncertain procedure of creating images without a camera or a subject.
Experimental investigations expressed in biomorphic and primitive forms. New shapes and volumes by design talents.
The collaboration between designed spaces and specifically designed objects threads through Danish architectural practice and has resulted in classics created by such renowned architects as Arne Jacobsen, Finn Juhl and Poul Henningsen.
Cast architectural models inhabit the fine line between art and architecture. Welcomed into homes as if they are sculptures, these once functional objects exist somewhere between inconclusiveness and completeness, and reach into our unconscious to provoke a multitude of interpretations.
Best known for lights, Michael Anastassiades lives in a pared-back, deeply considered manner, a way of life reduced to its essence.
Marcio Kogan and his Studio MK27 is a name intimately linked to the contemporary modernist architecture movement in Brazil.
A tribute to the poetic yet haunting atmospheres of the canvases of Vilhelm Hammershøi (1864-1916), designer Oliver Gustav’s studio gallery is modelled on the oil-on-canvas interior paintings of the fêted Danish artist.