Nearly 300 events spread throughout Copenhagen enlivened this year's 10th edition of 3daysofdesign - the widespread event revolved around the theme of inclusivity and the question "Where would we be without you." All international brands were present, involved in installations, exhibitions and events in which new products (not even seen during Milan's Design Week) were launched.
House of Finn Juhl reissues the 77 Chair, one of the Danish designer's most innovative yet least known projects. Inspired by Bauhaus in its rigorous lines, it features slender legs that seem to make it float in the air and is upholstered and hand-stitched according to traditional craftsmanship.
Alongside numerous reissues, Gubi presents the new Vanity Mirror Collection by GamFratesi. Inspired by 18th-century dressing tables, it includes three models of mirrors with one, two or three panels in walnut; the hinges are finished in brass. Modern yet evocative objects that multiply light.
In keeping with the Danish fair's focus on sustainability, Ferm Living presents Dal Piece, the recycled aluminum coffee table whose sinuous, undulating design is inspired by the striking landscape of the Gudbrandsdalen valley in eastern Norway.
Carl Hansen & Søn transformed its Copenhagen store into a celebration of craftsmanship for the occasion, presenting Kaare Klint's Coffee tables among the novelties - an ode to the ability of using geometry to achieve perfect shapes and proportions.
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