Danish design

Design, Furniture, Green Design

Jacob Joergensen, viking-inspired, Barca Bench, Danish design, Viking-style, International Furniture Design Competition Asahikawa (IFDA)

Here is a design we’d like to get cozy with. Perfect for a lazy autumn afternoon, the sculptural Barca Bench fuses furniture with boat building techniques. The piece is the work of Danish designer Jacob Joergensen, who constructed the bench from bent pieces of wood that are meticulously joined together into a sculptural, organic shape. Designed for easy assembly and disassembly, this unique seat is a modern Viking-style seat for utter relaxation.

Learn more about this Danish bench

Architecture, Interiors, Upstate

Tsao & McKown, 1850’s farmhouse renovation, charming weekend retreat, Danish design, Christopher Dresser, Hans Wegner, Rhinebeck, shaker design, worldwide crafts

When Brooklyn-based architecture firm Tsao & McKown arrived to this farmer’s cottage in upstate New York, they found the 1850’s building in a complete derelict state. They made all efforts to preserve its original charm, paying special attention to the materials and details found in every corner of the house. Located in Rhinebeck, this woodland retreat is full of endangered crafts and classic pieces by the likes of Victorian designer Christopher Dresser and Danish designer Hans Wegner.

Learn more about this charming renovation filled with classics

Architecture, Design, Furniture, Products

modern dollhouse, ultra modern dollhouse, Arne Jacobsen Dollhouse, modern dollhouses, dollhouses for adults, danish design

Everyone may be raving about the Dutch making their mark on the NYC urbanscape once again, but let’s not forget about the Danes who have perpetually kept our interiors cool and colorful with iconic designs like the Panton and the Egg. If you’ve been looking for a quirky statement piece that’s meant to spark some interesting conversations, then consider bringing a little Danish design into your home with this incredible wall-mountable dollhouse by Minimii.

Take a peek inside here

Green Design, Products

Studio FEM's Koruku Tea Set Enhances One of Life's Most Simple Pleasures

Enjoying a good cup of tea is one of life’s most simple pleasures, but the whole experience gets even more exquisite if we prepare it with something as beautiful as FEM’s Koruku tea set. The design beautifully blends the Japanese tea culture with Scandinavian design traditions, made from a combination of milky white porcelain and renewable cork.

Tea for two?

Furniture, Green Design

Studio FEM, Wave shelving system, undulating shelving, Danish design, Danish furniture,

This ingenious piece of furniture actually comes from the other side of the Atlantic, more precisely, from the Nordic city of Århus, in Denmark. An idea by Studio FEM, its undulating design playfully involves the user while adapting to changing storage needs.

Learn more about the design here


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