Danish Crafts in Paris

Le Danemark est à l’honneur en cette rentrée : Danish Crafts (organisation-ombrelle pour les designers & artisans danois)  présente la trentaine d’objets que compte la nouvelle collection CC15, sous l’égide de Nina Tolstrup, à Maison&Objet du 9 au 13 septembre, tandis que le tabouret Granny de Jonas Klein (version contemporaine du tabouret de traite) y rejoindra l’exposition thématique “Couplicité”. En parallèle, (…)

The new Danish Crafts Collection,  CC15, will be launched at Maison&Objet (Sept. 9-13) in Paris – one of the world’s leading design fairs for professional buyers and manufacturers. Over thirty pieces made by  Danish designers, and curated by Nina Tolstrup (of Studio Mama’s fame). The Couplicité exhibition, to be held at Maison&Objet at the same time, will display Jonas Klein’s Granny stool – a modern take on the traditional milking stool. (…)

(…) les vitrines des Galeries Lafayette, boulevard Haussmann, mettront en exergue les boîtes Colour Stack de la designer Henriette Leth et les personnages-tirelire de Meyer-Lavigne (Need More -Think Twice Creatures), jusqu’au 1er octobre.

(…) Parisian famous department store Galeries Lafayette will also showcase (until October 1) designer Henriette Leth’s Colour Stack boxes and Meyer-Lavigne’s Need More -Think Twice Creatures saving boxes.

The "Need More -Think Twice" Creatures, saving boxes / tirelires, designer Meyer-Lavigne
Granny stool / tabouret, designer Jonas Klein

(source & photos 2011 Danish Crafts / jeppegudmundsen.com)


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