The driving idea behind Anders G. Ellegaards design is to challenge form and technology in conjunction with a strict minimalistic expression.
This - in harmony with a sense of materiality and detail – creates his view on Scandinavian Design for the future.
The Italian designer, Antonio Sena, is living in Copenhagen and is specialised in lifestyle products.
His style is defined by soft lines with an intense focus on details and functionality. “I aspire to design honest objects that meet the needs in any given time and place.” Antonio Sena is Design Manager at Seidenfaden Design Copenhagen, one of the leading design agencies in Denmark. Seidenfaden Design Copenhagen is specialised in the provision of design and product development for global lifestyle brands. Combining aesthetic, usability and functional aspects are essential – whether doing projects for high-end brands or solving needs in the consumer’s everyday life.
The design duo BJØRN + BALLE consists of the designers Christian Bjørn and Rune Balle.
In recent years they have designed various products combining a minimalistic Scandinavian design with a good feeling for current trends. Material and details rise to a higher level and give the products a strong identity.
Bønnelycke is driven by an unsurpressable urge and desire to work constructively and innovatively.
He started his career in 1988 with the design of lamps, furniture and interior spaces. Quickly, he became known as an unconventional architect with no whims and fancies. ”It could be fun” and ”of course it can be done” – are phrases often used in his company. Bønnelycke MDD is a multi-disciplinary design company with both national and international experience. We are perfectionists with professional curiosity. We provide a wide variety of design disciplines encompassing architecture and interior design, furniture design and product design to communication assignments, graphic design and web design.
Design and minimalism is the focal point in Carlo Volf’s design – and every detail is worked out.
‘Light is precious, and it must not be wasted. Good light is essential for our well-being and therefore the lamp must give an optimal light output," Carlo Volf explains. Therefore Carlo Volf works very deliberately with the covering of the light source. Like the master of detail that he is, he works a lot with every single bend in the distribution of the light so the lamp has the best light properties.
Our philosophy is to let the design of our products and solutions arouse emotion; the aesthetic elements should generate excitement, and a palpable meaningfulness should generate loyalty.
A design based on excitement and meaningfulness engages the receiver. It creates devotion, and it promotes the desire to retain its value: we want to protect what we hold dear, whatever its nature. We believe in sustainable design you want to keep, use and take care of until it reaches the end of its days by producing design that ages beautifully when it is used.
The philosophy behind Jesper Wolff´s design is clear: Reinterpreting classic Danish design and conveying it to modern shapes and technologies.
Jesper Wolff´s consciously focuses on tradition and aesthetics, culminating in modern, timeless designs.
The Copenhagen based design duo, Mathias Kok and Maria Berntsen joint forces in 2015, after working together for some years.
Mathias Kok is a newly graduated design professional, and Maria Berntsen, a well established name in the design industry, having multiple design classics on her résumé for brands such as Holmegaard, Georg Jensen and Stelton. “Working together, we experienced how we and our design processes evolved beyond our individual capabilities through a rare mutual understanding, and how our different backgrounds and approaches contributed to it, making it even stronger”.
Kok & Berntsen aspire to create products that evoke emotions, facilitate great experiences, and offer uncompromising functionality while establishing strong relationships between user and object.
There is a very fine line between the simple and the banal. Through his design Kaare Bækgaard seeks to explore this border.
With inspiration from the world of geometry, he creates easily accessible lamps without unnecessary details. “To me design is the same as music: That which is complex is without strength, the banal lacks substance – but the simple is able to contain both of these qualities,” Kaare Bækgaard explains.