A MARRIAGE OF IMAGINATIVE DESIGN AND ORIGINAL CRAFTSMANSHIP
The subtle details that characterize Erik Jørgensen’s new sofa Konami reveal a perfectly balanced symbiosis of artistic vision and skill. Created by the British designer Damian Williamson.
A NEW EASY-STACK WITH SUPER-ELLIPTICAL SHELLS
Clear lines and a subtle mode of expression make Taco a potential Erik Jørgensen classic. The new easy-stack shell chair is created by Danish duo Foersom & Hiort-Lorenzen and its simplicity reveals a Nordic heritage with a modern touch.
BOW IS BECOMING ROUNDER WITH AGE
The sharply pointed legs carrying Bow are going to have their work cut out for them in Andersen & Voll’s new version of the sofa and armchair which they designed for Erik Jørgensen in 2015.
Following the design duo’s decision to make the outside of the armrests even more concave, the look is now both more welcoming and more homely.
SCULPTURAL, DECORATIVE AND PRACTICAL
The Kumo table, designed by Damian Williamson, is sculptural as well as decorative and also practical.
A design based on the idea of using the space under the top tabletop as an extra place where you can put things. Under the tabletop is a series of small tabletops that almost seem to be floating in the delicate metal frame.
IDENTICAL SHAPES FORMS A LOW REST
With Lowlow a clean, minimalistic design has been created, by the design duo Ernst & Jensen. The sofa is based the on the concept of using identical forms for both back and seat.
Lowlow is developed for interior decoration in public and semi-public areas. Spaces characterized by many users and different kind of usage such as foyers or lobbies in hotels, private companies or public buildings.