Textile ‘rural graffiti’ inspired by flocks of sheep, the beauty of imperfect objects with a past and psychologically supportive mirrors. 3 Days Of Design 2021 took over Copenhagen, exploring how the objects we live with can help us to feel better.
Marsk Tower, a new sculptural landmark and lookout point in Southern Jutland, Denmark, has finally open to the public! Enjoy the panorama on the UNESCO World Heritage site of Wadden Sea National Park.
A cyclic water system connects visitors, senses and surroundings at CON-NECT-ED-NESS, the biophilic exhibition at the Danish Pavilion.
Stools made from leftover grain from beer production processes and chairs from up-cycled ocean plastic. We have selected 7 circular furnitures on show at 3 Days of Design 2020, which finally went phygital after being postponed due to Covid 19.
Vibrant interlocked convivial chairs, duct-taped blankets and ceramic tableware moulded with a fabric imprint are among the projects by international emerging designers on show at Kvadrat’s KNIT! phygital exhibition.
Nordic architects are showing the way to build a sustainable future. BIG completes the cleanest waste-to-energy plant topped with a ski slope, Snøhetta has inaugurated the the world’s northernmost energy-positive building. Dorte Mandrup’s Icefjord Centre breaks ground to offer breathtaking views of a melting UNESCO World Heritage Site, new sustainable cultural venues thrive in Helsinki and a sinking arctic Swedish city is being relocated…
Our ArchiNorci Pinterest board features some of the best contemporary architecture across Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark.
Normann Copenhagen’s new terracotta and ceramic tableware designs combine Nordic and Mediterranean vibes, pastel colours and earthy textures.
The best of 3DaysOfDesign2019 is on Archipanic. Explore our Pinterest board dedicated to Denmark’s annual celebration of design.
At 3 Days of Design 2019 Nordic workplaces become flexible, design crafts are ‘not-necessarily’ functional, chairs protect the ocean while art injects irreverence into design.
From Ghana to Taiwan, Denmark, US and more. At Venice Art Biennale 2019 – the Olympics of Art – many national pavilions have a strong architectural imprint. Check the ones we liked the most.
How does the landscapes shape the architecture? The Irreplaceable Landscapes exhibition at Copenhagen DAC Museum narrates four of Dorte Mandrup’s most audacious projects dealing with natural environments threatened by Climate Change.
Dorte Mandrup’s partially submerged Icefjord Centre in Greenland offers a breathtaking view on one of the most active glaciers on the planet. The project is on show at Venice Biennale with an exhibition which recreates the sounds and the colours of Arctic wilderness.
The golden light of Nordic autumns and winter dew inspire the first collection of Danish lighting brand Nuura.
With the LEGO House, BIG scales up classic LEGO bricks to compose an architecture made of overlapping volumes hosting playful galleries and terraces with dinosaurs, giant trees, a submarine and a shark.
Inspired by Nordic gourmet traditions, Snøhetta, Thorstein Schmidt and René Redzepi conceived the wooden interior design of BARR restaurant in the former home of world’s renown noma restaurant.
Stockholm Furniture Fair 2017: leading Scandinavian brands like Hay, Artek, Republic of Fritz Hansen and Carl Hansen & Søn reissue Nordic design classics by Arne Jacobsen, Alvar Aalto and more.
A steel corridor, mirrored walls and a pure pink room shine at Normann Copenhagen showroom in the Danish capital.
BIG’s Urban Rigger is the first floating housing solution for students in search of a cozy and an affordable place not far from Copenhagen’s city centre.
During 2016 Summer Olympics, the Heart of Denmark beats in Ipanema beach, Rio de Janeiro, with a temporary pavilion by Henning Larsen Architects that refers to the country seafaring and yachting tradition.
From Nigeria to Peru, from Thailand to Denmark, China and Brazil; six school projects at Venice Biennale show how architecture can battle contemporary challenges by providing a safe and creative environment for children.
Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter develops kids’ ideas and wishes to design a volumetric and silvery-wrapped children centre in Copenhagen.
A maze of interiors allows visitors to discover HAY 2016 collections including flatpacked sofas and outdoor furniture by the Bouroullec Brothers, a perforated plastic moulded chair by Scholten & Baijings as well as the new lightings of debuting brand wrong.london.
ACE flatpacked upholstered seatings by Hans Hornemann for Normann Copenhagen are designed to meet the lifestyle of young metropolitan nomads.
Renown designers created Menu new collections of chairs, accessories and tableware according to the motto “Modernism Reimagined”.
Iconic design for XXI century charisma. Republic of Fritz Hansen updates the empowering sling silhouette of Arne Jacobsen’s Oxford Chair.
Nic Nac: Nicholai Wiig Hansen designs Norman Copenhagen new collection of colourful and glossy steel containers and trays to keep things in order with style.
Baked upholstered mirrors, chemically oxidated sculptures, and poured bowls with fluid patterns. Emerging Scandinavian designers showcase their alchemic attitude at Maison&Objet’s exhibition TALENTS À LA CARTE.
Frame design collection of cubic shelves that look like 2D drawings allows endless compositions and can be hung on the wall or simply seat on the floor.
Danish brand Louis Poulsen relaunches an iconic PH lamp by architect Poul Henningsen: the new PH 3½-2½ will be available with an oxidising copper shade.