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  • Kai Kristiansen
    A leading designer of Scandinavian furniture, famous for his beautiful #42 dining chair.
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  • Borge Mogensen
    A leading designer of Danish modern and contemporary timber furniture since 1941.
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  • Hans Wegner
    Most famous for his chair designs such as the Plank Chair, Easy Chair, Peacock Chair, Windsor Chair, Wishbone Chair and more..
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  • N.O.Moller
    An award winning designer of Danish furniture since 1939.
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  • Grete Jalk
    Greta was innovative with her designs in the mid 1960's creating shelving and storage systems and timeless Danish furniture pieces.
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  • Ole Wanscher
    Wanscher's best known pieces were created between the late forties and early sixties, modernism's hey-day.
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  • Poul Kjaerholm
    Kjaerholm was a strong proponent for industrial production, and his work stands out from his Danish contemporaries because of his extensive use of steel frames rather than the traditional wood.
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  • Arne Vodder
    Arne Vodder is well known for his exquisitely detailed and stylishly understated designs.
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  • Verner Panton
    Panton's famous "Flower Pot" lamp was described as a "Volkswagen" of lighting because it was well made, durable and a welcome spot of color on the landscape.
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  • H.W Klein
    Henry Klein was a talented Danish designer with a penchant for plastics.
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  • Eric Buch
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  • Kurt Østervig
    Østervig's constant search for new challenges resulted in many original design solutions for furniture used in rest homes, ships, hotels, and movie theaters.
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  • Nisse Strinning
    Swedish architect, Nils Strinning was among a group of mid-twentieth century designers that helped to build the foundations of what we now call Scandinavian Design
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  • Jorn Utzon
    Creating things for people - this is the primal theme of arguably Denmark's most famous architect of all time
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  • Niels Jorgen Haugensen
    The constructive ideas that Niels incorporates in his designs always give them that kind of serene form in addition to function.
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  • Mads Johansen
    Construction, aesthetic, Scandinavian simplicity and functionality – Mads Johansen captures it all in one furniture piece.
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  • Rikke Hagen
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  • Ole Jensen
    "Ideas and materials are closely related. The idea takes its form only when working with the material. I only trust a particular form when I have touched it with my fingers."
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  • Tord Boontje
    The challenge and opportunity the Studio has long sought is a delicate marriage of design with emotion that is as broadly accessible as it is enticing.
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  • Benjamin Hubert
    Benjamin Hubert is one of Britain’s most awarded young designers.
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  • Nissen & Gehl
    The best known design made by Søren Nissen and Ebbe Gehl is the Naver Collection which, because of an extended range of pieces, have produced great results for Aksel Kjersgaard's furniture factory.
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  • Lex Stobie
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  • Frederik Kayser
    Bright, functional, modern and light are all characteristics for his furniture, but they are also classic and his craft shows clear ideals within the Danish furniture design.
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  • Great Dane
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  • Kay Bojesen
    In the 1930s he realized there was something particularly lively about wood, and his wooden figures have made him one of the great pioneers of Danish art manufacture.
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  • Hans Bolling
    Hans Bølling attended an Art and Handcraft School originally to become an advertising designer, however some years later he followed his passion for architecture and graduated as an architect from the Royal Danish Art Academy.
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  • Adam + Harborth
    Designers of the Music Orb
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  • Ulf Hanses
    Ulf Hanses is a playful functionalist with both depth and character.
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  • Dennis Ingemansson
    Dennis Ingemansson is a Swedish born yacht and automotive designer educated in Sweden, California and Italy, designer of the Playsam Pram.
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  • FurnID
    FurnID is a Copenhagen based design studio working with furniture- and industrial design.
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  • Tveit + Tornoe
    Tveit + Tornoe is located in Bergen, Norway, where our design studio was established in 2006.
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  • Ester and Erik
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  • Knud Holscher
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  • Peter Karpf
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  • Ole Flensted
    Flensted designer
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  • Christian Flensted
    Flensted designer
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  • Greenberg Kingsley
    Flensted designer
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  • Lizzie Thyssen
    Flensted designer
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  • Louise B Helmersen
    Flensted designer
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  • Carlo Jensen
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  • Lisa Larson
    Lisa Larson is a Swedish ceramic designer who started at Gustavsberg Porcelain Factory in 1953.
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  • Benedicte and Poul Erik Find
    They have worked with restorations, architecture and design in both Europe and Asia for more than 30 years.
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  • Marcus Vagnby
    Designer of the Nuance Wine Finer
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  • Norway Says
    Designers of the I'm Boo Carafe and Same But Different glasses, by Muuto
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  • Finn Sködt
    Kvadrat fabric designer
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  • Frans Dijkmeijer
    Kvadrat fabric designer
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  • Giulio Ridolfo
    Kvadrat fabric designer
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  • Kasper Ronn + Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen
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  • Jenny Bäck
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  • Sofie Refer
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  • Alvar Aalto
    Thanks to his original style and unique talents, Alvar Aalto is one of the greatest names in modern architecture and design.
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  • Anu Penttinen
    Anu Penttinen knows her glass, as it is her medium of choice as an artist.
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  • Shin Azumi
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  • Susanne Grønlund
    With her elegant, easy-to-grasp design style, Susanne Grønlund works in the tradition of classic Scandinavian design.
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  • Mattias Mikaelsson
    Mattias Mikaelsson works as a freelance industrial designer out of his office in Sundbyberg, Sweden.
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  • Olzie & Wilkens
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  • Brigitta and Benedikt Martig-Imhof
    Designers of our Dahlia and Snowflake
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  • Karen McCartney
    Karen McCartney has a wealth of experience in the areas of art, design and style, spanning 20 years and several continents.
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  • good morning inc.
    Designers of our reindeer animal card
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  • Tomke Biallas + Grisella Kreitzerling
    Designer of the Slit Keyholder
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  • Gustav Ehrenreich
    Designer of the Hoptimist
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  • Klaus Rath
    Among his clients so far have been companies such as GN Netcome, GN Mobile, Modulex and the Danish Social Ministery, working on both, product and graphic design.
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  • Hans Sandgren Jakobsen
    For Hans Sandgren Jakobsen, the sentence “less is more” has neither lost its truth nor its importance.
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  • Thomas Pederson
    Designer of the Stingray chair
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  • Tom Stepp
    Tom Stepp had completed an impressive number of vocational training courses before graduating as an architect from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen.
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  • Johannes Andersen
    Gradually over Johannes' early years, he designed more and more pieces of furniture, and in the middle of the 1930's, started his own architectural workshop, when Danish furniture had begun to be internationally reputed.
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  • Jakob Wagner + Louise Christ
    Designer of the Classic World Globe
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  • Norm
    Norm; architects Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen & Kasper Rønn, are deeply rooted in the Scandinavian design tradition – which they honour and refine.
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  • Jonas Bohlin
    It started with a sort of scandalous success in 1981 with the concrete chair named "Concrete".
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  • Studio Pastoe
    In every piece of furniture, we strive for architectural precision down to the very last millimetre.
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  • Shigeru Uchida
    Uchida has worked on a wide range of projects from Interior Design and furniture to products and urban planning, in Japan and abroad.
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  • Harri Koskinen
    Harri Koskinen is a leading designer from Finland and has been named designer of the year in Finland. He has also received several best product awards from around the world.
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  • Gry Holmskov
    Designer of the Angel Stool
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  • Thomas Bernstrand
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  • Tatsuo Kuroda
    Designer of The Knot Chair
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  • Dennis Marquart
    Designing for OX Design
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  • Inoda + Sveje
    Inoda + Sveje is a design duo comprising Kyoko Inoda, born in Osaka in 1971, and Nils Sveje, born in Denmark in 1969. Inoda studied architectural design at ISAD in Milan. Sveje graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture.
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  • Sami Kallio
    Designer Sami Kallio was born in Finland and raised in Sweden and is the creator of our In Between Chair.
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  • Jaime Hayon
    Spanish artist-designer Jaime Hayon was born in Madrid in 1974. Times magazine included Hayon as one of the 100 most relevant creators of our times.
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