We’re back from the summer holidays, and of course we’re ready with some news from the CPHmade network.
This week we’ll come across an invitation to a Reception, High-end jewellery featured in Eurowoman and IN, Place de Bleu in Los Angeles and a NEW member of CPHmade.

INVITATION: Monomade Summer Reception


The hardworking architects from Monomade is celebrating the opening of their new creative office space on Rentemestervej.
This Friday, Monomade will host a reception on their rooftop terrace, and you’re all welcome to join the festivities from 16.00. We bet that drinks, food and a DJ will be the perfect way to start off your weekend!

Monomade // Reception – From 16.00
Rentemestervej 39, 1.st floor
2400 Copenhagen NV

Emquies Holstein – Features in Eurowoman and IN

The refined and contemporary goldsmith duo, Emquies-Holstein, has been featured in quite a lot of fashion magazines. You may recall that their astonishing “Whole” pendant was featured in Costume’s April issue. But it isn’t just Costume who have discovered the fantastic jewelry from Emquies-Holstein, and in the recent issue’s of EUROWOMAN and IN you’ll stumble upon some of the easily recognizable jewelry from the dynamic duo.

Place de Bleu – A Tale in the Promised is about to unfold

The fantastic home accessories from the socio-economic business Place de Bleu has teamed up with the shop Hurra-Hurra. The shop is based in Los Angeles, and we’re absolutely pleased to see Danish design being distributed to the Promised land! Stay tuned for more info on this interesting collaboration.

CPHmade Guided Tours featured in the Copenhagen Post

During the summer we’ve had quite the success with our initiative CPHmade Guided Tours. Collaborations with some of the best hotels in Copenhagen, and a strong support from customers has truly made CPHmade Guided Tours a success.
During the summer, we have made new friends at the Copenhagen Post. On a sunny day in May we invited a journalist from the Copenhagen Post to join us on one of our CPHmade Guided Tours, and now we’ve just realized that the initiative is featured in Copenhagen Post’s Summer Guide. We’d like to thank the Copenhagen Post for the kind words. The full article can be found right here in our “Press Department”.

DesignRitter to join CPHmade.

It’s been a while since we last had the opportunity of introducing you all to a new member of the CPHmade family. But today, we’re pleased to inform you that DesignRitter is now a part of our humble network.
DesignRitter is founded by the designer and interior architect David Ritter, which specializes in individual home solutions from a sustainable point of view.
From his small(!) workshop on Prinsesse Charlottes Gade, DesignRitter crafts and design a wide range of small furniture and accessories for the home.
The materials used for these designs are strictly chosen by their sustainable abilities, making materials like oriented strand board (OSB) and old europallets a DesignRitter favourite.
Stay tuned on the CPHmade blog for news about DesignRitter in the future.