Exhibition Award
La Banchina, Refshalevej 141, 1432 Copenhagen
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Enjoy and bid! The online auction house is participating at 3daysofdesign with a sustainable and cool summer decoration of the beloved hotspot La Banchina. This bar and restaurant is located on the waterfront at Refshaleøen, which this year will be the festival's epicenter for new trends in sustainable and circular design. With the project, wants to inspire the guests to think about recycling and circularity of their own interior and exterior spaces. It would be a simple and expressive way to leave a sustainable mark in the homes or workplaces for the benefit of our climate.

During 3daysofdesign the online auction house will host a sustainable design pop up at hotspot bar and restaurant La Banchina at Refshaleøen. Come and hang out at this charming oasis, get inspired and get a chance to bid on vintage furniture, ceramics and artworks.

Other Exhibitions
Swedese was founded in 1945 by the two brothers Yngve and Jerker Ekström and Bertil Sjöqvist.Swedese's ideals are the same today as they have been for the past seventy years. These are to create beautiful furniture for the future, which build on the foundations of Scandinavian modern traditions, designed by forward-looking designers who share in the timeless ideals of architecture.The most well known design of Yngve Ekström's extensive portfolio is the Lamino armchair from 1956, which is still manufactured and sold all over the world. In 1999 the Lamino was voted the Twentieth Century's Best Swedish Furniture Design by the Swedish interior design magazine Sköna Hem.
raawii was founded in 2017 by Bo Raahauge Rasmussen and Nicholai Wiig-Hansen and is based in Copenhagen, Denmark. The brand references the initials of their last names.

Both founders - one designer and educator, the other an economist and development expert - share the curiosity to work with creatives of different backgrounds and a deep passion for turning ideas into reality. Their ambition is to build a design platform using the power of creativity to contribute to cultural and social advancement.
Kay Bojesen was a silversmith and a craftsman, more than a designer. As a functionalist, he strived to create aesthetic utensils that function, perform and last. Kay’s ability to think ahead of his time and still stay true to his design values, has resulted in his works becoming Danish design icons.
Today, Bojesen’s legacy is brought forward by his grandchild, Sus Bojesen Rosenqvist, who founded the company in 2011, relaunching the Grand Prix cutlery. The vision has always been to uphold Kay’s mindset of offering everyone the experience of his design.
Kay Bojesen’s heritage is carried on, staying true to his philosophy, simultaneously as adapting the original designs to always stay relevant and sustainable - just like Kay was known to do.
Kay Bojesen
Another Woodworker is a workshop based in Skagen with a passion for wood and organic materials. With a sustainable attention to design, each furniture can be flat packed and is made of local materials and resources such as upholstery from textile deadstock and high quality wood from the nearest sawmill. This year they launch and share their first furniture collection in collaboration with Laura Bilde in the heart of Copenhagen.
Another Woodworker

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