The ever-popular Clam Chair has been the most mysterious piece of furniture on the Danish furniture market for a long time - because who drew the lines on this fine piece of work? The ever-popular Clam Chair has been the most mysterious piece of furniture on the Danish furniture market for a long time - because who drew the lines on this fine piece of work? Read the blog post here.
It may seem like a complicated and pricey project, but upcycling furniture can actually be a clever, sustainable and often cheaper way than purchasing new. In this blog post, we explore some of the benefits of upcycling furniture, from price savings to its environmental impact.Read more
The technique of enameling - burning glass onto metal or silver - has been known since ancient times, and in medieval Europe, highly refined jewelry was made from enamel. But it is not this type of small-scale art that Hanmann was interested in. Read the full blog post here.Read more
The rare 'Partners Desk' by Mogens Koch was first shown at the Cabinetmakers' Guild Furniture Exhibition in 1938 for master cabinetmaker N. C. Jensen Kjær ⏤ the same year in which Koch was awarded the renowned Eckersberg Medal, which honours work of high artistic quality. Read the full blog post here.Read more
Frits Henningsen (1889-1965) was and is known for his uncompromising and perfectionist approach to craftsmanship, his vibrant character and powerful designs. Today, several works of his are considered to be among the finest of the Danish furniture made in the 20th century ⏤ and for good reason.Read more
The Septima Pendant was developed in 1927-31 and was first time exhibited at Kunstindustrimuseet (now Designmuseum Danmark) in September 1928 in a prototype version. Here it received several positive reviews in the press, although PH did not see the lamp as finished yet. Read the whole story here.Read more