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The international design media gives you a daily dose of #allgoodthingsdanish such as design, architecture, urban spaces and cool brands, people and places in Denmark and around the world. Daily source to editors, journalists, bloggers, magazines and medias around the world. If you want a mention, make sure that we get your updates. Get in touch with us on any platform. Content Curator: Marie-Louise Munter.

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Verpan Cloverleaf sofas and MOON pendants for the new High Court West in Viborg, Denmark. Architects: KPFIncluding a special XXXL version of the MOON pendant. Verpan is the Danish company behind the iconic and edgy design of Verner Panton. He was one of Denmark’s first, and true, design rebels in the world of lighting and furniture design. Spotted by missdesignsays​. Content Curator #allgoodthingsdanish

The Medium Reflection mirror by Novel Cabinet Makers - a new Danish design brand. The Triangle Reflection mirror by Novel Cabinet Makers - a new Danish design brand. Novel Cabinet Makers - a new Danish design brand. The Edge Circle mirror by Novel Cabinet Makers - a new Danish design brand. Shelving System and a mirror collection by Novel Cabinet Makers - a new Danish design brand.

New Danish design brand, Novel Cabinet Makers. They call themselves “Part artists, part businessmen” and the two owners, Anders Busk Faarborg and Lars Rolf Jacobsen (based in San Francisco, have launched a shelving system and a mirror collection - all products are easy to assemble without any tools. Made of wood and metal. See the full collection on their website. Spotted by missdesignsays. Content Curator #allgoodthingsdanish

The Wishbone Chair in a special 100 year old beechwood special edition. Carl Hansen & Son’s celebration of Hans J. Wegner’s 100th birthday culminates with the launch of a special-edition Wishbone Chair. The commemorative chair is crafted from 100-year-old beechwood planted on the island of Funen, Denmark in 1914 - the year of Wegner’s birth. Spotted by missdesignsays. Content Curator #allgoodthingsdanish

Danish-based company Naked Society is a transparent design company that focuses on interior design, created from the idea that an aesthetic should be a melting pot of equal amounts Scandinavian purity and colorful Africa. Naked Society’s design perspective lifts recycled materials into the food chain of the products. The idea of recycling raw materials came from one of their numerous travels to Africa, where they experienced the surplus stocks of Western textiles firsthand. Production is based in Denmark and Africa. Spotted by missdesignsays. Content Curator #allgoodthingsdanish

Diamanten Fynshav. Winner of Renoverprisen 2014. Image: Carsten Ingemann Diamanten Fynshav. Winner of Renoverprisen 2014. Image: Carsten Ingemann Diamanten Fynshav. Winner of Renoverprisen 2014. Image: Carsten Ingemann Diamanten Fynshav. Winner of Renoverprisen 2014. Image: Carsten Ingemann Diamanten Fynshav. Winner of Renoverprisen 2014. Image: Carsten Ingemann Diamanten Fynshav. Winner of Renoverprisen 2014. Image: Carsten Ingemann Diamanten Fynshav. Winner of Renoverprisen 2014. Image: Carsten Ingemann

Winner of Renoverprisen 2014 is the sports center “Diamanten" in the small town Bojden on Als, Denmark. The old sports center is named after the diamond shape - using solar energy to provide cheap electricity to the center.  Diamanten uses solar power to heat up water in cooperation with the geothermal heating system. A natural ventilation system secures that the heat and energy of the athletes can be reused to heat the water. The building uses LED-lighting and is as a whole an energy efficient and very flexible construction with folding doors, that can merge four locker rooms into a meeting room. Spotted by missdesignsays. Content Curator #allgoodthingsdanish

Architects: Stuff ApS.
Images: Carsten Ingemann.
Credit: Renoverprisen/Realdania 2014.

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ECCO is a global Danish brand - known for shoes. The company ECCO Leather owns and operates state-of-the-art-tanneries in China, the Netherlands, Indonesia, and Thailand. The tannery in the Netherlands plays a role in the new Apple Watch, so in a way there is a bit of #allgoodthingsdanish in every classic leather buckle from Apple. Spotted via Ecco Shoes by missdesignsays Content Curator #allgoodthingsdanish

ECCO is a global Danish brand - known for shoes. The company ECCO Leather owns and operates state-of-the-art-tanneries in China, the Netherlands, Indonesia, and Thailand. The tannery in the Netherlands plays a role in the new Apple Watch, so in a way there is a bit of #allgoodthingsdanish in every classic leather buckle from Apple. Spotted via Ecco Shoes by missdesignsays Content Curator #allgoodthingsdanish

Sissy is a Danish designed lamp by Spant Studio, a young architecture and design studio founded by the architets Troels Thorbjørnson and Kasper Baarup Holmboe. The lamp was exhibited at Ventura Lambrate in Milan in 2013 and just won the 1st prize at the Paustian Design Competition in Copenhagen - celebrating Paustian’s 50 years as a design house with Danish, scandinavian and international furniture and design. Spotted by missdesignsays. Content Curator #allgoodthingsdanish

Nordic Antique. A collection of luxury wallpapers from Zilmers.com Nordic Antique. A collection of luxury wallpapers from Zilmers.com Nordic Antique. A collection of luxury wallpapers from Zilmers.com Nordic Antique. A collection of luxury wallpapers from Zilmers.com Nordic Antique. A collection of luxury wallpapers from Zilmers.com

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If you haven’t heard of Danish Heidi Zilmer from Zilmers.com, then let me introduce you to a world of luxury wallpapers. Heidi’s passion for “ancient craftsmanship revitalised” is rooted in Nordic esthetics through the ages from the Scandinavian Arts and Craft movement to the simplicity of modern Danish Design era. She designs and manufactures wallpapers by hand - from start to finish, which means that your wallpaper can be customised to match every taste, space and interest. 

Zilmer’s work springs from a deep desire to keep the finest traditions of craftsmanship alive - and to use age-old techniques to create objects of beauty with contemporary relevance.

This collection “Nordic Antigues” is a collection of contemporary wallpapers with roots in traditional Scandinavian knitting patterns. The patterns are designed as antique tiles.

Zilmer was recently in Japan to promote the luxury wallpapers and besides doing castles, theaters and extraordinary scenes, she offers her handpainted luxury wallpapers to private homes. 

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