Dutch designer Naomi Bijlefeld has found a wonderfully innovative way to blend together sleek geometrics with simple jewelry design. These two elements both have their own highly lovable qualities and Bijlefeld, in 2014, decided to use them to create the inaugural collection for her label OFORM Jewelry.
Based on the form of language, OFORM Jewelry’s collections of rings, bracelets and necklaces, captures the simplicity of geometrics as well as the adaptability of the jewelry.
One of the most important pioneers in design history, Finn Juhl is rightfully called today – the father of the concept of Danish Design.
His house was built at Kratvænget No. 15 in Ordrup outside Copenhagen, together with his first wife, Inge-Marie Skaarup. It was his ambition to create a home, where he had designed every single detail himself, and to create an overall, general look.
He achieved this in 1942, when the building presented a gradual flow between different areas, rather than a collection of individual rooms.
Early riser, or breakfast at noon; we all have treasured habits that welcome us into a new day. Wether you worship at the temple of caffeine, or break bread over your news feed, the ‘Morning Rituals’ series is dedicated to this experience – your start to the day with a touch of the unexpected.
The playful representation of our daily, at times autonomous routines, is the latest collaboration between Berlin-based set designer and stylist Rebecca Martin and photographer Rita Braz.
Milan-based emerging designer Maddalena Selvini has a thing for texture and materials. Much of her work explores the intersection of these two concepts in various ways.
In her “Morning Spikes” series she asks the question – “A cup should contain but why forget about the surface we are holding?” “The contrast with the warmth, the wool and the spikes gives an experience to the hands too.” she adds.
Mikkel Borg Bjergsø is a brewer, whose passion, apart from beer, are Verner Panton’s design.
He shares this apartment in Vesterbro in Copenhagen with his wife Pernille and their child.
Their home is filled with unique design finds in wild colors and the passion for Panton’s design is almost palpable.
Rotterdam designer Martijn van Strien has launched his own fashion brand called MPHVS, with a collection of unisex garments that are laser cut into shapes. Made using high-tech equipment to turn unconventional materials into wearable pieces, the “CONTRADICTIONS” collection is an exploration into the future of fashion.