We believe in creating pieces with personality, providing character and comfort to any space. Crafted with honest and natural materials our designs are built-to-last.
KRISTIAN SOFUS HANSEN lived and studied in Japan. He aims to combine Japanese aesthetics with Danish Design, to achieve a characteristic twist to simplicity itself. Most of all searching for the small, new and original detail, which lifts the design, by adding a specific signature. By working with arts and sculptures, the process expands in new and exciting ways, with the goal of creating characteristic, functional and timeless design.
TOMMY HYLDAHL background in fashion, spending years analyzing and picking future trends, amongst working with color shades and structures of materials, he aims to combine details and references from different historical design periods, and put them together in new ways to create fresh and original design concepts. All designs are based on the same approach of creating design in different layers, starting from scratch to a full storytelling of each design collection.
NICOLAJ NØDDESBO is a Danish designer from the Aarhus School of Architecture. Nicolaj joined the design team in 2017 and has since developed truly iconic pieces including innovative light solutions and timeless novelties in the accessories department. Nicolaj strives to create functional design with personality and character, focusing on materiality and tactility creating minimalistic and sculptural designs.
RUNE KRØJGAARD, born in 1980 in Herning, Denmark and graduated from 'The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture' in Copenhagen. His works are especially characterised by his high understanding for material and its properties. These are impressively reflected in a very unique, organic and pure use of shapes.
A deep fascination for both individual and pure lines, combined with a filigree flair for current trends, shapes the hallmark of his designs. Often, he seeks constructive solutions from heavy industry and adapts them onto relevant products.
KNUT BENDIK HUMLEVIK, born in 1984 in Bergen, Norway and graduated from 'The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture' in Copenhagen. Knut has a great interest in the entirety and dynamics of his designs and creations.
The pure use of shape in his design is an image of the traditional Scandinavian design and architecture, based on the material's natural ability. For him, design is seeing the balance in a product and trimming away all unnecessary details. Thereby only the raw design will be experienced. His thoroughness for details gives the products the highest standards of functionality and comfort. Following his contemporary artistic style and expertise, he has managed to merge his international inspiration together with the traditional merits from his Scandinavian roots.
EMMA BUKHAVE VIDARSSON, Master Candidate in Spatial Design at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture and Design. The main purpose of Emma’s designs is to contribute spatial, aesthetic and functional value whether it is a piece of furniture, a building or an urban plan. Driven by merging the visual and tactile aspects of a design to create infinitude beyond trends.
She is reassured of that inspiration can be found everywhere and uses light, surfaces, materials and structures as her instruments when creating. Working with a hands on approach, Emma considers an understanding of construction and the extrasensory perception as important, since she believes that great design is stimulating and should invite people to engage in and interact with.
ANNA OHMSEN, born in 1996. Student at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture and Design. The design of Anna is characterized by the detailing, transition and simplification. Her essence is to create timeless pieces, that through transformable and materiality define a connection with the individual self. Especially the materials and the sensuous aspect is a priority. She does not compromise on quality and aesthetics. It is important for her to improve and add more aesthetic value through the design expression.
The ideas and inspiration arise through the world around her. Anna gets inspired by the spatial expressions in which we move to the issues we encounter in everyday life. She thinks the beauty lies in the eye of the beholder but wishes to clarify the value of a design. Not just by its spatial appearance, but also by the way our senses are amplified and fulfilled.