atelier axo

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Refshalevej 211, 1432 København KCopenhagen, Danmark
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atelier axo is a crossdisciplinary design- and architecture practice based in Copenhagen. atelier axo was founded in 2019 by designer Rose Hermansen and architect Caroline Sillesen. The atelier specialises in small scale architecture, interior design alongside objects and furniture. Projects span from fine art galleries including gallery shops to high end retail boutiques, restaurants and office planning as well as private clients with housing projects.

The Anton Cabinet is the result of experimentation with proportions, heights and colors. Made of MDF and wood veneer colored with gin gloss paint, this cabinet can be arranged in a composition of different colors or live alone in the space. The design’s different volumes bring a fresh style to the domestic space, moving from Atelier Axo’s desire to emphasize the spaces it’s placed in, making it a perfect fit for bedrooms, living rooms and kitchens. Italian design company VERO transforms everyday environments into contemporary places, with simplicity, honesty and timelessness. Vero products look beyond their functionality to interpret a new philosophy that believes in design as a promoter of contemporary values.

Other Exhibitions
Kriskadecor creates fully customisable projects with aluminium links,
providing architects and interior designers with a wide range of solutions:
space dividers, wallcoverings, ceiling features, lighting elements, cladding, or any other unique structure you can imagine. The versatility and lightness of the material allow the customisation in colour, shape, and size of any structure. They can also reproduce text, images, and patterns thanks to in-house technology and extensive finishings palette. The products are produced from start to finish in their facilities. The technical department accompanies the customers throughout the process to ensure that their idea translates into the optimal outcome.
Entering Maison Lelièvre is to enter the temple of interior design, at the heart of French heritage, to experience the essence of the French “Art de Vivre” at your fingertips.
Founded in Paris in 1914 by Henri Lelièvre, the eponymous Maison built its reputation with its velvets signature. Over the years, due to Lelièvre’s passion for colours, materials, and its taste for beauty, Maison Lelièvre has become, for more than a century, one of the major actors in interior design.
Lelièvre’s expertise, its craftsmanship, its heritage, and its unique “know-how” is a subtle balance between tradition and modernity.
Rasmus Hjortshøj is a Danish photographer based in Copenhagen. He is a trained architect and holds a Ph.D. degree in architecture and urban studies. Rasmus specializes in the representation of architecture, interiors, and urban environments through photography, working with some of the leading practices and institutions in the field of architecture and design. 
In addition to traditional architectural photography and interior photography, Rasmus engages in what he calls territorial photography, which involves combining mapping with aesthetic framing to highlight the urban coastal territories in which he predominantly works. To pursue these interests, he has established a research and design branch of his studio, called COAST.
COAST Studio
FRAMING is a joint exhibition, and The Odd Fellow Palazzo will once again provide the setting for the event - on all three floors! The impressive structure from the mid-1700s building will offer space indoors and outdoor to 36 exhibiting national and international brands. The curation for FRAMING is based on the creation of different frames of design experience, celebrating craftsmanship, lifestyle and atmosphere by light, art and space. FRAMING is also a meeting point for new creative collaborations between brands and artists within different industries ranging from design, interior and lifestyle. This year marks the fourth edition of FRAMING.

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