Every June in Denmark, design lovers and experts from around the globe convene in Copenhagen, one of the architecture and design world’s most beloved cities, to celebrate 3 Days of Design. The event showcases iconic modern design and innovative new work, and serves as an extraordinary reminder of the industry’s ability to come together and connect through our shared passion. This week, we’re thrilled to highlight five of our favorite Danish designs in honor of this year’s 3DD.
Grete Jalk
Grete Jalk is one of the most accomplished and beloved figures in Danish design and the iconic GJ Bow Chair perfectly exemplifies her legacy. The chair involves a highly complex method of production and is a shining example of Jalk’s sheer technical ability and commitment to experimentation. Composed by only two conjoined pieces, the result is organic and elegant. Bold, fluid, and beautiful, the Bow Chair is available in teak, walnut or black.
Hans J. Wegner
Hans J. Wegner’s Peacock chair is an undeniable showstopper. The Upholstered Peacock is, as the name implies, an upholstered interpretation of the pp550 Peacock Chair from 1947, one of Wegner’s all time classics and one of his most beloved designs, personally. In the upholstered version, Wegner has repeated the arch from the original and added leather to the head and armrests, allowing for a subtle sense of comfort while maintaining a high resistance to wear.
Anderssen & Voll
Designed by Torbjørn Anderssen and Espen Voll, the Inland series offers an architectural framework that prioritizes comfort without compromising on style. The contemporary sofa provides the utmost comfort within a clearly defined architectural framework—with a low, deep seat, enveloping arms, and warm metal base, the design feels almost as if it were floating and exudes a distinctive visual lightness. Captivating and comfortable, Inland is available in a number of upholstery options to suit your taste preferences.
Dan Svarth
With its distinctive shape, the Tube Chair features rounded corners that blend the essence of a triangle and a square. Designed by Dan Svarth, the Tube chair embodies a harmonious fusion of geometric aesthetics. Available in three exquisite upholstery options: the rustic charm of goat rawhide (parchment), the timeless allure of black Elegance leather, or the natural beauty of Vegetal leather. Hand-polished steel frame.
Hans J. Wegner
PP16, designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1950 and reintroduced in 2023, features a silhouette which is both contemporary and familiar. The sculpted solid wood arms are carefully shaped to provide optimal support while showcasing the dynamic nature of the material. The upholstered back and seat are both fitted with natural horsehair and cotton for sustainable comfort and durability. Soap-treated or oiled oak frame. Upholstery available in a variety of leathers and fabrics.
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