Homeware by Eva Solo, Denmark

The Eva Solo distinctive designs have in many ways reflected the developments which have taken place in the modern home. The starting point was functional, high-quality kitchen utensils for the Scandinavian housewife – as exemplified by our bread and meat slicing machine from 1952. Eva Solo  is a well know homeware

Bluelounge, keep your cords organized

CableDrop Mini keep the wires where you want them. Fixed behind your desktop, on your nightstand or even onto the wall, anywhere you wish to keep cables temporarily held in place, CableDrop and CableDrop Mini provide the perfect solution to keep your cables where you want them. CableDrops gently grasp

Lyngby Vase, Porcelænsfabrikken Danmark

The iconic Lyngby vase was first manufactured in the 1930s. The grooved vases were manufactured by several porcelain factories back then, but the name followed the model that was originally produced in Lyngby by Porcelænsfabrikken Danmark. The Lyngby vase is an unusually beautiful and versatile vase. It lends itself to large

Ceramics from Lucie Kaas, Denmark

The ceramics named Lotus, by the Norwegian designer Arne Clausen is famous. The artist had an influential role in one of Scandinavia's largest design successes in the 1960s. Arne Clausen was employed as a decorator at the Norwegian factory Cathrineholm, and he was the originator of the "Lotus" pattern that

Textile designer Dorte Agergaard

Designer Dorte Agergaard (1973) is internationally known for her use of digital printing and the patterns in her textiles. Ordinary things which surround us in everyday life are celebrated in her designs. Her approach is conceptual and thus, rather than the aesthetic, the idea is the principal element. After graduating

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