Exhibition Award
Lapidarium of Kings, Frederiksholms Kanal 29, 1220 Copenhagen
DDcated
Lapidarium of Kings, Frederiksholms Kanal 29, 1220 Copenhagen
Duus & Møller
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Good quality, craftsmanship and Danish production were the key principles that Duus & Møller was founded upon, and the ambition is to keep working by that mantra. The passion for Danish craftsmanship and Danish design is rooted in traditions and a guiding principle to increase the sustainability of the Duus & Møller furniture collection. Duus & Møller collaborates with competent architects and combine Danish craft traditions with new ideas from young, talented cabinetmakers. Duus & Møller furniture is developped with inspiration from classic, Danish design. This is done through minimalistic models made from solid fsc certified wood, handcrafted and cared for with a respect for the rawmaterial. Duus & Møller furniture is made to last.

Duus & Møller exhibits in the historic building of the Lapidarium of Kings in the center of Copenhagen and will be showcasing new models at the 1st floor - go visit, see and touch the natural beauty of the collection. In the Lapidarium of Kings the designhub DDcated is - beyond Duus & Møller - hosting further 50 upcoming brands and designers in the building, pay a visit and experience what's new. There will be a mix of talks, lectures, design pitch and events in the backyard all days during the exhibition.

The Home of Acoustic Design – Glimakra of Sweden takes great pride in collaborating with local suppliers, always with immediate access to the renewable resources of the forest. Long-term focus on design, quality, and a responsible production has been acknowledged through several international design awards, and as Glimakra of Sweden moves into a circular future and continues to create products that stand the test of time – over and over again.
Glimakra of Sweden
February 22, 2023
Accessories
Part of 2023
Part of 2024
Since its inception in 1960, Expormim has consistently embraced a global perspective in design, crafstmanship and innovation. Their catalogues are made up of original pieces for indoor and outdoor use, committed to environmental sustainability, quality and good design. That is how they have quickly depart the intimacy of the household to be included in more and more contract projects, such as luxury hotels and restaurants, chic cafés and gastropubs and exclusive public and private events.
EXPORMIM
February 16, 2024
Outdoor
Furniture
Part of 2024
Ukurant celebrates experimental approaches to craft, material and tradition, offering young designers a platform and spotlight to present their work and push the boundaries of the established design scene. Whether it is in unconventional ways or in tribute to past generations, Ukurant presents new perspectives in the world of design and showcases prospective design by emerging talents.
Ukurant
January 18, 2024
Materials
Part of 2023
Part of 2024
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