Nordic design

Fritz Hansen’s Mid-Century Nordic Design Hall of Fame

Egg, Ant, Drop: although the names of Arne Jacobsen’s chairs are diminutive, they belong to some of the most recognizable forms of 20th century furniture. Yet Fritz Hansen, the company that first produced them – and still does today – is not a household name outside of his native Denmark, …

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Ekaa a new restaurant in Mumbai brings Nordic design to a 19th century building

The kitchen was designed as an open space, visible to customers, and the Ekaa team worked to ensure that it became part of design history. “Each dish at Ekaa has several components and requires different equipment and expertise to be created. So, when designing the kitchen, I had to make …

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Bistro Bergsteiger brings Nordic design to the Italian mountains

Photography: Florian Jaenicke Photography: Florian Jaenicke Photography: Florian Jaenicke Photography: Florian Jaenicke Photography: Florian Jaenicke Photography: Florian Jaenicke Photography: Florian Jaenicke Photography: Florian Jaenicke Neatly tucked into a snowdrift, this Italian bistro uses stripped-down interiors to showcase views of the nearby Dolomites. Snow-capped trees and rugged vistas surround Bistro Bergsteier, …

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Nordic design diplomacy in New York

Content of the article NYCxDESIGN Design Days: May 13-18, 2021 Content of the article NEW YORK – For the second time, Nordic Design Diplomacy in New York will open the virtual doors of prestigious Nordic consular residences as part of an engaging conference series focused on design. Nordic Design Diplomacy …

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East Asian and Nordic design

The increasingly delicate question of cultural appreciation versus cultural appropriation offers few easy answers, but sometimes examples of fair exchange do occur. ‘Silent Beauty: Nordic and East-Asian Interaction’ at the Ateneum art museum in Helsinki aims to advocate for such an encounter. Picking up where ‘Japanomania in the Nordic Countries …

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Entry point for collectable Nordic design – TLmagazine

Focusing exclusively on unique contemporary works, limited edition pieces and collectibles, Graphic design brings together established designers and emerging talents whose practices and originality contribute to the development of the Nordic design scene from August 30 to September 1. Showcasing both internationally renowned practitioners and local talent, Chart Design presents …

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Nordic design shines at the Fine Art Society

At the entrance to the Fine Art Society in London, there is a silver spoon made by Danish goldsmith Georg Jensen in 1921. It was produced the same year the gallery held an exhibition and sale of the Dane’s work. . It also hosted one in 1923, before Jensen finally …

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New Nordic design for Finnair – Business Traveler

The new design of the comfort bag is reflected in some tableware, including the coffee mug. Future plans likely include the introduction of a bowl of rice alongside the new design of the coffee cups (also in the ‘well’ model). In addition to the new Nordic designs, Finnair’s new service …

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Andrew Duncanson and Isaac Pineus on Nordic design

SPECIALITY: Twentieth century Scandinavian design with a touch of contemporary. HISTORY LESSON: The golden age of Swedish design was the 1920s and 1930s, while Denmark’s was the 1940s and 1950s. Flora cabinet from the 1930s by Josef Frank. Courtesy of Modernity ONE OF A KIND: Josef Frank’s first Flora cabinet, …

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Exhibition “The century of the child”

Over the past century, the Nordic region has become synonymous with simplicity and functionality in design. By February 2017, The Nordic House is hosting the exhibition “Century of the Child: Nordic Design for Children 1900 to Today”. The exhibition features nearly 200 objects that reflect both social and design changes …

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artnet asks: Bruun Rasmussen auctioneers on Nordic design

Opened in 1948, Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers is run by Jesper Bruun Rasmussen and his two children, Frederik and Alexa Bruun Rasmussen. Originally focused on fine art and antiques, the auction house has now expanded to include a diverse line of collectibles including books, stamps, coins, wine and , in particular, …

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Hans J Wegner: an icon of Nordic design from Tønder

Hans J Wegner – A Nordic Design Icon from Tønder Inaugurated on April 5, the famous Danish furniture designer Hans J Wegner would have been 100 years old. The art museum in Tønder will mark the occasion by organizing an exhibition and publishing a book that focuses on Wegner’s relationship …

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Nordic Design – The Boston Globe

COOKING Scandinavian open sandwiches are tasty works of art. Smorbord: Hearty thinly sliced ​​bread spread with butter is stacked with apple slices, pickled herring and cucumber, then garnished with a sprig of dill. (Photo by Jim Scherer, styling by George Simons) By Adam Ried | October 21, 2007 Small open …

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