Its function is evident; its design is refined. Block is a mobile side table on wheels that has a light and airy expression. Block is a versatile piece of furniture with many different uses in the home.
The name, Tablo, refers to the English 'table' and the French 'tableau', the latter meaning a scenic, organised arrangement. With its simple expression, Tablo fits into most interior styles and is available in a large and a small version. Tablo is quick and easy to assemble without the use of screws.
Onkel (the Danish word for Uncle) is a sofa that combines the simplicity of modern forms with the soft curves of the olden days. The outer shell of the sofa has a firm expression, while the cushions are comfortable and inviting. The choice of materials adds a sensuous side with its characteristically Nordic connotations.
The Normann Copenhagen Ding table is inspired by ancient three-dimensional wooden brain teaser puzzles, the German designers Ding3000 have created a simple coffee table that is assembled without the help of screws and tools. The table consists quite simply of three legs made from oak. When put together they constitute a sculptural knot that works as the base for an exclusive glass tabletop.
The Normann Copenhagen Ding table is available in different colors with a transparent or smoked glass top.
Solid is a minimalist coffee table made from natural, solid materials that unite Scandinavian craftsmanship with the basic principles of Japanese architecture. The result is a timeless and sturdy coffee table with a simple design stripped of unnecessary details.
The coffee table is designed by Lars Beller Fjetland.
Kiki Side Table in different finishes. Tapiovaara wanted to design inexpensive furniture for broader audience. He made use of materials that were readily available in Finland in the 1940s, such as solid birch.
The Trienna coffee table was designed by Ilmari Tapiovaara in 1954. Trienna is made of formed birch plywood with surface veneer and is a light weight table. Back in 1954 only a few model versions were made, while the serial production started only in 2007. In 2008 the Trienna coffee table was awarded the prize for “Best reissue table” by the UK design magazine “Wallpaper”.
The 901 tea trolley, designed by Alvar Aalto in 1936, is the simplest and most graceful tea trolley among the ones designed by Aalto. It is a perfect extra table for the living room and is of course excellent also for serving coffee or tea.
The Garlic grater from Eva Solo is small, handy and space-saving - and easy to use. Grate the garlic clove against the grater with the receptacle covered. The grated garlic collects inside the grater and can be removed once the grater plate is pushed up. At the same time, the reverse side of the grater plate is automatically scraped clean of garlic. In addition to garlic, the grater is ideal for grating Parmesan cheese, lemon peel, nutmeg etc. The grater is easy to clean and is dishwasher-safe.
The Eva Solo Cafe Solo cafetiere has a simple brewing method that best out of your coffee beans picks. The neoprene cover keeps the coffee warm and the Cafe Solo ™ has a drip-free spout. The flip-top lid opens automatically when pouring.
Dishwasher safe. Neoprene cover only hand washable.
This cutlery is the proven classic. Designed in 1957 by Arne Jacobsen but still completely timeless. It represents the essence of Danish modern style and has been in continuous production since it was designed. Made of brushed stainless steel. The Arne Jacobsen cutlery is the most comprehensive scope of Georg Jensen, alongside starter-, dinner or dessert cutlery are also coffee spoons, ladles, serving set and a cake server available. All items are delivered in a beautiful gift box.
The gift box is available in 24-, 16- and 4-piece set and additionally with coffee spoon set of 2, a set and a salad serving set. The 24-piece set includes: 6x 011, 012, 017 and 033. The 16-piece set includes: 4x 011, 012, 017 and 033. The 4-piece set includes: 1x 011, 012, 017 and 033 . Coffee spoon set includes 2x 078.
Artek tables are based on different combinations of Alvar Aalto's L-leg and table tops. Alvar Aalto introduced the bent L-leg for the first time in 1933 and it became a standard component of Aalto's pieces of furniture.
Artek tables are based on different combinations of Alvar Aalto’s L-leg and table tops. Alvar Aalto introduced the bent L-leg for the first time in 1933 and it became a standard component of Aalto’s pieces of furniture.
Designed by Yrjö Kukkapuro, the Karuselli is one of the most famous lounge chairs in the world. Kukkapuro began developing the fibreglass chair in the 1950s, arriving at the famous shape in 1964. The international launch of the chair took place at the Cologne Furniture Fair in 1965.
The shape of the Karuselli chair is the result of extensive experimentation. Kukkapuro spent four years sculpting it – searching for the right dimensions, initially using his own body as a guide. Karuselli is exceptionally comfortable as well as stylistically distinctive precisely because it is ergonomically based on the shape and proportions of the human body. As a result of his persistent efforts, Kukkapuro finally arrived at a form that represented a novel combination of ergonomics, new materials and production methods, as well as artistic design. It was this combination of qualities that made Karuselli a revolutionary chair in its time.
Ever since its first launch, Karuselli has caught the eye, captured the imagination and has given pleasure to those sitting in it.
OX O Denmarq coffee table with marble or ox leather tabletop. The table has a diameter of 80 cm and a height of 40cm. Choice of black, stainless steel or brass frame. The O table was designed by Dennis Marquart. The top is a natural product and therefore all different. The leather will change over time and in our opinion only becomes more beautiful.
The Karuselli Ottoman matches one of the most famous lounge chairs in the world; the Artek Karuselli lounge chair designed by Yrjö Kukkapuro. Kukkapuro began with the development of the fiberglass seat in the 1950s and came up with the famous final form in 1964.
The footstool is made of white fiberglass with a black Sörensen Prestige leather trim.
The Normann Copenhagen Kabino is a simple and versatile dresser with an exclusive appearance designed by Danish designer Simon Legald. One of the two doors of the dresser has perforated holes, giving it a visual elegance. The ash frame softens the feel and adds warmth.
Kabino is a useful piece of furniture for almost anywhere in the house.
The Artek 606 side table is designed by Aino Aalto , the wife of Alvar Aalto, in 1932. The frame is a black lacquered steel tube and the table top is made of pressed birch plywood. The 606 side table is also stackable.
‘CLIPPER’ is the a-little-different candle holder. It is elegant and simple but at the same time very handy as it can easily be clipped on a flat surface. Fixed on the side of a table, it doesn’t take space on the person, nor the view on the person sitting vis-a-vis. Clipper is the perfect acessory for a candlelight dinner, but looks great on a sideboard or a big table too.
The Do not Forget Me hall way table is a very special object. It is a table with a built-in light. It was designed by Lieven Musschoot and Cas Moor. A beautiful object for your hall of black lacquered wood and copper.