Karimoku Furniture

Karimoku Furniture

Exhibition Award
Ny Østergade 28 1101 Copenhagen
Karimoku Furniture
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Emerging from shared design values, Karimoku Case Study is a contempo¬rary lifestyle brand based in Japan and born out of admiration and love for se¬rene beauty, material richness and time¬less appeal. The Case Study collections are brought to life by the world’s leading ar¬chitects through individual cases, and the story of each collection is told through its native setting. With Karimoku Case Study, Karimoku introduces its fourth high-end, contemporary furniture brand, following Karimoku New Standard, Karimoku Kunst and Ishinomaki Laboratory by Karimoku.

During 3daysofdesign, Karimoku is taking over the New Mags Bookstore designed by Norm Architects located in the heart of Copenhagen and turning it into a residential interior that showcases a selection of the Karimoku brand designed by Norm Architects, Keiji Ashizawa, and Norman Foster. An immersive exhibition that combines the collaborators of Karimoku and Norm Architects on everything from furniture, objects, art-pieces, literature and scent, in an effort to emphasise the importance of re-sensualising an environment.

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Starting as a small family workshop specialising in upholstery, the foundation stones of Wendelbo were laid in 1955. Six decades and three generations later, the story of the Danish family with a strong dedication to design continues to unfold and prosper. Today, Wendelbo is an international design company fusing uncompromising upholstery and complementing design icons. Forming long-lasting collaborations with international designers, their collection bridges skilled craftsmanship, supreme quality, and a sophisticated international design signature.
The core values for Søren Lund Furniture is the good craftmanship. The passion for design, materials and details is the driving force - both today and 60 years ago. 

Danish Design - Danish Quality - Danish Production.

Master of Details is the mantra. Finish and fine details makes all the difference. At all stages of the manufacturing process, it is the intention to complete every single piece of furniture with distinct sence of final finish. 

A Classic design with a modern twist  and tailor-made solutions, combined with function and comfort makes the furniture easily adaptable to different environments - interior design of public spaces, hotels, private homes and offices.
Søren Lund Møbler
Magnus Olesen develops and manufactures high quality furniture in cooperation with leading designers and architects. The result is a functional, aesthetic and unique design that enhances the spaces where it’s placed – whether it’s in smaller interiors or for large conceptual architectural purposes. The company was founded in 1937 with a strong belief in Danish craftsmanship ever since. Durability and quality are core values in Magnus Olesen and the mission is to create high quality and sustainable design furniture. The company has its production in Durup, Denmark and showrooms placed in beautiful surroundings in Copenhagen and Stockholm. This year classics from the Archive will be shown, together with an inspiring exhibition with new designs.
Magnus Olesen
Anno Studio was founded in 2021 by the people behind We Do Wood. They have a vision to relaunch older design classics in a sustainable and updated design. The idea came from a desire to relaunch the iconic furniture Series 600 by Friis & Moltke - originally known from schools, conference rooms, and canteens. The close combination of beautiful design and sustainability is the foundation of Anno Studio. Every part of the production focuses on sustainability. They recycle and upcycle materials without compromising on quality. With focus on circular economy, all material has been carefully considered. Anno Studio only use FSC-certified wood and when possible they use residual wood.
Anno Studio

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