As Scandinavian Design is back on the pintarest – Accredited Danish designer Søren Ulrich, Plain Crafts aims to provide solid hardwood furniture with quality a mix between contemporary and traditional design. In response to our throwaway culture, the series of hand-built barstools, benches, tables, coat racks and display units take inspiration from traditional, hardwearing Scandinavian and Japanese woodwork. Bypassing trends and opting instead for a classic, timeless look, Ulrich’s quiet, minimal style should sit comfortably in any setting. With this in mind his latest “Made in Copenhagen” series uses plain solid oak and simple structures across a matching range brought to us by our friends at Copenhagen retailer GOODS.
GOODS – is a cool mens retailer in the Østerbro area, and absolutely worth a visit. This is how they present themselves – Since our humble beginnings around the birth of the global financial crisis in August of 2008, Goods has gone from being a local destination shop at an off beat basement location to become an established men’s clothing store on the main street of Copenhagen´s Østerbro neighborhood. At Østerbrogade 44 Goods tends to a broad range of clientele; servicing both locals, tourists and Copenhageners of many ages and social stature, but all with a common and vested interest in quality and design.
The combination between the two is extraordinary
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