In Copenhagen, a Design Fair Forges On

The PH Septima pendant light by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen.
Picture: Courtesy of Louis PoulsenElsewhere, Umanoff, a brass and walnut pendant light by Arthur Umanoff, was among intros by Menu. Another hotel, Hotel Herman K, which likewise takes place to share an owner with furniture brands Paustian and Warm Nordic, turned some of its interiors into an exhibits space.
Image: Courtesy of PaustianPaustian pieces in the penthouse at Hotel Herman K.
Photo: Courtesy of PaustianLamps and lighting options aside, Silhouette, a collection of mirrors offered in rectangular or oval shapes by OEO Studio for Fredericia, revealed items constructed of wood and glass. Slim and understated in traditional Danish design, the oiled walnut frames might easily slip into just about any interior. Likewise from Fredericia, the Sequoia pouf by Space Copenhagen offers flexible comfort while paying homage to the Sequoia tunnel tree, a bored-through American redwood that enabled cars and trucks to go through. Upholstery alternatives include sheepskin– a fluffy luxury seen more than when at this years fair.An oval Silhouette mirror, developed by OEO Studio for Fredericia..
Picture: Courtesy of FredericiaThe Sequoia pouf by Space Copenhagen for Fredericia is seen here together with the Ditzel lounge by Nanna and Jørgen Ditzel..
Picture: Courtesy of Space CopenhagenFinally, at the Kvadrat display room, an exhibition canceled last spring lastly made its debut. The vibrant presentation of how far fabric limits can be pressed was also a fitting message of resilience.An unanticipated green-tinted transparent glass base supports the reclining seat of Coalesce by Studio Truly Truly. Included in “Knit!
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Photo: Courtesy of Louis PoulsenElsewhere, Umanoff, a brass and walnut pendant light by Arthur Umanoff, was among introductions by Menu. Image: Courtesy of PaustianPaustian pieces in the penthouse at Hotel Herman K.
PhotoImage Courtesy of PaustianLamps and lighting options alternatives, Silhouette, a collection of mirrors available readily available rectangular or oval shapes by OEO Studio for Fredericia, showed revealed made out of wood and glass. Picture: Courtesy of Space CopenhagenFinally, at the Kvadrat display room, an exhibit canceled last spring lastly made its launching.