In less than 24 hours, the design fair Defining Scandinavia will open up their doors.
Tomorrow at 10.00, Defining Scandinavia is ready to open up their universe of home accessories and interior design, where you can experience and discover some of the very best Scandinavia has to offer at the moment. As CPHmade promote and distribute some of the finest craftsmen from Copenhagen, we’re pleased to inform you that three members of our network have found their way in to this exclusive design fair in Copenhagen.
For starters, you can meet the vibrant, socio economic project Place de Bleu on stand #87.
The company who is probably best known for their eye-catching pillow designs, the “Prima Bleu” collection, is ready to show you some of their other fantastic lines. From their stand on Designing Scandinavia, Place de Bleu is ready to introduce you to their collections “Belle Bleu” and “Petit Bleu”.
Belle Bleu is Place de Bleu’s accessory collection. In this collection, you’ll find the accessories like tablet and laptop covers, necklaces, tea and coffee cosies, tote bags and much more.
Petit Bleu is Place it the collection inclined for the “petites” ones. in the collection you’ll find accessories like knitted bonnets and socks, blankets and much more.
To give you an idea of what Place de Bleu is doing for this season,they have just finished up on their new catalogue for this season. You can see Place de Bleu’s new collection right HERE
Next, you should find your way to stand #35, where you will find the ceramist Tina Marie Bentsen.
Ms. Bentsen is known for her clean and minimal ceramics designs, with a twist.
In her range of products you’ll find indispensable home and kitchen accessories, with a twist to it.
Tina Marie Bentsen is also quite known for designing unusual ceramic products, like a three dimensional cloud used as a mobile.
At Designing Scandinavia, Ms. Bentsen have brought a lot of new products, which she very much are looking forward to showing you.
Finally, you should find you way to Ditte Fischer‘s stand.
Ceramics by Ditte Fischer need no further introduction.
Ms. Fischers ability to combine quirky shapes in ceramics with vibrant colours is absolutely second to none. This particular ability has made Ditte Fischer’s fantastic designs known all over the world. Besides a handful of shops in Denmark and Copenhagen, you can usually acquire Ms. Fischer’s designs in famous and renowned museum shops MoMa New York and Louvre in Paris. But tomorrow on you can find her designs at Defining Scandinavia.
What? Defining Scandinavia
When? August 8th – 11th // OPENING HOURS 10.00 – 18.00
Where? Øksnehallen – Halmtorvet 11 COPENHAGEN V