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Take PEDERJESSEN for 5 Minutes

Danish PEDERJESSEN is moving fast across the map of Danish design. So we took the opportunity to ask them five quick questions about who they are and what is the key to their success.

Creating a Wooden Success from the Outskirts of Jutland

Far from the beaten track, Carsten Thor has created an award-winning manufacturer and workshop that produces furniture from upcycled azobé wood.

"We are growing so fast at this point, and selling our products and moving our business is quite different from designing and creating new products which is our core competence."

Anders Thams, Moebe

The New Black

Now a wide range of Danish architects and other AEC professionals are wearing a whole new set of black. The New Black. The BIM. Don’t get it wrong: it is not that BIM is new – actually architectural studios like JUUL FROST Architects have been using BIM since 2006. But now – ten years later – they are no longer alone … at all.

Urban Planning for Dinner

Imagine a dark, grey sky. Now add wind – and then maybe occasionally some rain….You are standing in the urban square at the gateway of the second largest city in Denmark. Besides the weather, you find nothing but empty space and a bench there. -This emptiness was just too much for architect and developer Frantz Longhi.


Doll’s house 1: FEM

Indeed, scaling, mock-ups and high quality prototypes are a huge part of Studio FEM’s design process and creating these featured prominently when they were asked to name which were the five most important elements that constituted the basic fundamentals of their working process.

When Kvorning Designs, Magical Moments Evolve

With more than 5000 projects in more than 50 countries, Kvorning Design & Communication is one of Denmark's leading design studios, when it comes to exhibition design.

Designing a Luxurious Travel Experience On-Site

The German luxury travel company Designreisen chose the Danish architectural firm Henning Larsen Architects to design a new store in Munich.

Q&A with Tine Mouritsen

Listening is the key to great design. That's the belief of Danish designer Tine Mouritsen, who has been running her own design studio for a decade.

Storm System – The Intelligent Home of the Future

The installation ring which Storm System is built around makes it possible to remove the number of visible components on both ceilings and walls. The mission for oneA is to design products that can be integrated into a building’s architecture without compromising on quality.

Quality – An Indefinite Amount of Time

As a fourth generation owner of the furniture manufacturer Bernh. Pedersen & Son, Thomas Bernhard Pedersen grew up with the touch and mindset of quality in the furniture business.

Changing Education with Design

As a leading company, when it comes to designing spaces and surroundings that let users adapt to everything from changing working habits to different learning situations, we asked Rosan Bosch Studio how to create the optimal learning environment.

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