Exhibition Award
Odd Fellow Palace, Bredgade 28, 1260 Copenhagen, Danmark
Odd Fellow Palace
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Established in 1940 by Lars Karl Hjelle and now a third-generation company, the essence remains the same: to always create beautiful, timeless pieces that will last for generations to come – in form, quality and comfort. The collection is produced locally at their own factory in Norway - with great focus on sustainability. Not only must their in-house manufacturing meet rigorous environmental and societal standards, but also their subcontractors. Hjelle shows what is possible with industrial clusters of specialized and hyper-local manufacturing. The collection contains both Norwegian design icons and new and innovative designs. It ranges to everything from sofas, lounge chairs, dining chairs, office furniture and interior décor.

Other Exhibitions
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Københavns Snedkerlaug
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