Today Interior Design Magazines is going to show you 20 amazing interior designers that have been impressing all the interior design aficionados within every style of décor. Based in Copenhagen, these designers stand out for their amazing capacity of establishing the most wonderful settings.
1. Barke Ingels
Ingels is a Top Danish architect, founder and creative partner of Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), widely known for buildings that defy convention while incorporating sustainable development principles and bold sociological concept. In Denmark, Ingels became well known after designing two housing complexes in Ørestad: VM Houses and Mountain Dwellings.
2. Bodil Kjær
Kjær worked as a senior architect at the Arup building consultancy in London (1967–69), has been a professor at the University of Maryland (1982–89) and has had studios of her own in Copenhagen (1960–65) and in London (1969–79). Inspired by the Modernist masters Mies van der Rohe and Marcel Breuer, she has always given her work an international appeal.
3. Carsten Juel-Christiansen
Carsten Juel-Christiansen is an architect and professor of architecture at the Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture. He was appointed to the Committee for Architecture for the Culture Canon in 2005. He has simultaneously served as a practicing architect, from 1976 in his own studio, as well as teaching and research at the Academy of Fine Arts.
4. Cecilie Manz
Manz is considered one of the leading Danish furniture designers of her generation. In November 2017 she was awarded Designer of the year in the Design Awards by Bo Bedre, Costume Living, Nordic Living, and Boligmagasiet, and in 2018 by Maison et Objet. She extends the understanding of the function and aesthetics of design and challenges the established concepts of industrial design.
5. Claus Bjarrum
One of the top names of Danish Modernist Architect, Claus Bjarrum heads Claus Bjarrum Architects Firm. He was the architect of the DSB in the period 1992 – 1997. His main work is the sculpted Avedøre work at Avedøre Holme.
6. David Thulstrup
David Thulstrup is an architect and designer with a refined yet diverse approach to interiors and architecture intertwining classic aesthetics with a modern design. One of the biggest names of the Modern Day Scandinavia.
7. Erik Bagger
Erik Bagger is a Danish goldsmith, industrial designer, and businessman. Erik Bagger is particularly known for its glass series Grand Cru, Opera, and Rosendahl. Erik Bagger and his wife Caroline Bagger have begun to design a furniture collection in 2013. Erik Bagger Furniture A/S was launched by Erik Bagger with his first complete furniture collection.
8. Foersom and Hiort-Lorenzen
Foersom and Hiort-Lorenzen is a Danish design duo consisting of Johannes Foersom and Peter Hiort-Lorenzen. They have collaborated since 1977 and won a number of awards for their furniture design. They are one of the Top Names of Scandinavian Design!
9. Gesa Hansen
Hansen enhanced her training in Paris working for Jean Nouvel Atelier and H5 but also in Japan at the Nippon Design Center. Following a long family tradition of Danish designers, she founded her design studio in 2009: The Hansen Family.
10. Helle Juul
Together with her husband and partner Flemming Frost, Jull has worked mainly in the area of urban planning and development. In 1990, she and Frost founded Juul Frost Arkitekter in Copenhagen and created amazing projects all over Europe since then.
11. Jacob Gubi Olsen
Gubi Olsen together with his wife, Lisbeth Olsen, founded GUBI in 1967. From the outset, the company has been based on product design and development. Over the years, the designer couple has created a large collection of upholstered furniture.
12. Jakob Jørgensen
Jakob Jørgensen is a Danish furniture designer who mainly works in wood. He collaborates with Line Depping under the name Depping & Jørgensen. He has exhibited at Galerie Maria Wettergren in Paris and has been represented on the Cabinetmakers’ Autumn Exhibition since 2009. In February–May 2018, he is one of four designers featured at the exhibition Helstrøm, Odgaard, Depping, Kørgensen at A. Petersen’s exhibition space in Copenhagen.
13. Kasper Salto
Kasper Salto first trained as a cabinet maker before attending the Danish Design School, graduating in 1994. From 1994 to 98 he worked for designer Rud Thygesen. At that time he met Peter Staerk: their friendship would have a deep influence on his professional life. In 1997, he designed the Runner chair for Peter Staerk who made the chair famous in Denmark, but also abroad. In 1998 Salto opened his own design studio, working for companies such as Fritz Hansen, DubaB8, Engelbrechts, and Lightyears. In 2003 he opened a new office, Salto & Sigsgaard, together with architect Thomas Sigsgaard.
14. Kim Herforth Nielsen / 3XN
Nielsen is a Danish architect, co-founder, and principal of 3XN. He graduated from Aarhus School of Architecture in 1981 and has been a prominent figure in Danish and international architecture since then. Kim Herforth Nielsen has been at the forefront of a number of noteworthy projects, such as Ørestad College and Royal Arena in Copenhagen, the Danish Embassy in Berlin, International Olympic Committee’s HQ in Lausanne, and Sydney Fish Market.
15. Louise Campbell
Louise Campbell is a Danish furniture and lighting designer. She is a leading figure in contemporary Danish design and experiments with free, unconstrained forms and new technologies. She has won several awards and her products are produced by many renowned producers like Louis Poulsen Lightning, Zanotta, HAY, Muuto, and Holmegaard.
16. Mette Hay
Together with her husband, Mette Hay founded the pristine and widely popular Hay House, one of the top design studios in Denmark. A young and imaginative mind that’s shaping the future of Danish Design especially when it comes to residential design.
17. Niels Strøyer Christophersen
Niels Strøyer Christophersen is the Founder and Creative Director at Frama. One of the brightest minds of the New Wave of Danish Design, Christophersen is well deservedly considered one of the Top Design Minds of his generation.
18. Olafur Eliasson
Eliasson is a Danish-Icelandic artist known for sculptures and large-scale installation art employing elemental materials such as light, water, and air temperature to enhance the viewer’s experience. In 1995 he established Studio Olafur Eliasson in Berlin, a laboratory for spatial research. Olafur represented Denmark at the 50th Venice Biennale in 2003 and later that year installed The Weather Project in the Turbine Hall of Tate Modern, London.
19. Space Copenhagen
Space Copenhagen is a design studio based in Copenhagen, founded in 2004 by Peter Bundgaard Rützou and Signe Bindslev Henriksen. The studio is known for its interiors of high-end restaurants such as Restaurant Noma, awarded 1st by The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, and Restaurant Geranium by Bocuse d’Or winner Rasmus Kofoed, as well as furniture designs for Fredericia Furniture, Mater, &tradition, Pilar Varón and Stellarworks.
20. Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects
Vilhelm Lauritzen was born in Slagelse, Denmark. He studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, graduating in 1921. The following year he founded his own firm, Vilhelm Lauritzen Arkitekter, in 1928 and remained active in the firm until 1969.
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