We Love Scandinavian Design

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We Love Scandinavian Design

October is soon here and Scandinavia is an abundance of color. As the fresh air and rain sweep up in the dust and clean our gardens, we celebrate homemade apple pie and new additions to the home from our favorite Scandinavian designers. We love Scandinavian design!

VP Globe Verpan is an innovative pendant lamp. The lamp consists of five hand-polished reflectors made of brass-colored aluminum which hang inside a transparent acrylic globe resulting in this unique ceiling lamp. Designed by Verner Panton. We found it here.

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VP Globe Verpan lamp is designed by Verner Panton.

The Connect Modular Sofa brings a modern perspective to the typology, allowing for its user to customize the sofa for their exact spatial and aesthetic needs with 11 different modules. Designed by Andersen & Voll with long, elegant lines, the Connect Modular Sofa’s details of its small feet underneath for a hovering, light sentiment and pointy corners allows for the design to bring character to any space, all while complementing and enhancing its surroundings. Use the Connect Modular Sofa for a deep, modern comfort in any home, workplace, lounge area or hospitality setting.

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The Connect modular softa is designed by Andersen & Voll with long, elegant lines.

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The C lounge chair is inspired by old wooden tennis rackets, and designed by Danish design duo Hvidt & Mølgaard.

After experimenting for years with the concept of a laminated wooden frame inspired by old wooden tennis rackets, Danish design duo Hvidt & Mølgaard released X in 1959, a lounge chair with a distinctive sloping silhouette and understated aesthetic.

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Show off what you desire, and hide what you need! Everyone’s storage needs are different, but Copenhagen organizer can fulfill them all. Designed by Morten Georgsen.

Show off what you desire, and hide what you need! Everyone’s storage needs are different, but Copenhagen organizer can fulfill them all. As functional and flexible as it is beautiful – Copenhagen is every organizer’s dream. Show off your treasures or hide your secrets with this modern shelving system. Organizing will never feel like a boring chore again. Designed by Morten Georgsen. We found it at BoConcept.

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Whether it fulfills a function or is a sculptural feature, Rise & Shine is a centerpiece full of balance and movement. Designed by Hunting & Narud.

The Rise & Shine wall mirror consists of strong shapes with an asymmetrical composition and functions as an activating object in the room. An oak center allows the mirror and the brass component to push and pull against each other, allowing the mirror’s position to be adjusted according to the user. Whether it fulfills a function or is a sculptural feature, Rise & Shine is a centerpiece full of balance and movement. Designed by Hunting & Narud. We found it at newworks.

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In 2014, Mia and Torben Koed launched WOUD and introduced a unique take on Nordic design

In 2014, Mia and Torben Koed launched WOUD, after having each worked for other furniture brands for 30 years. Their aim is to create beautiful homes through their interesting, unique take on Nordic design. WOUD’s homewares offer uncomplicated visual appeal in their design while delivering on the functionality front too. We found it at softervolumes.

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Caroline Wetterling designed the Grow greenhouse.

Caroline Wetterling is a designer based in Stockholm, who works with products, furniture and interiors. With her work, Caroline aims to encourage the users participation and awareness of details in everyday life. She is educated at Konstfack and Beckmans College of Design. We found her Grow Greenhouse at Design House Stockholm.

Scandi Style is a trend that really no interior lover can ignore. Because the northerners from Denmark, Sweden and Norway impress people around the globe not only with their clean designs, but also their love for nature.

We Love Scandinavian Design, compiled by Tor Kjolberg

Feature image (on top) Photo © Arch Daily

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