Danish Product Design At Its Finest: 101 Copenhagen

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Passionate about timeless design, artisanal objects, and natural materials, 101 Copenhagen created a comprehensive range of furniture, lighting, and home accessories for the modern home. Founded in 2017, the brand launched its first collection at Maison & Objet. The range displays the best of Danish product design. It includes everything from coffee tables to pendant lighting and dinnerware. The minimalist and elegant handmade objects enhance the features of the materials. Concrete, wood, copper and brass as well as ceramic products boast an array of textures and finishes, adding an intriguing accent to the simple yet bold designs. Suede trays or turquoise dinner plates appear alongside concrete coffee tables and brass pendants.

Throughout the range, the brand’s distinctive aesthetic pays homage to refined simplicity and organic beauty, providing a study in textures and artisanal techniques at the same time. The collection is now available on the brand’s official website, but keep in mind that many designs are currently sold out. Photographs© 101 Copenhagen.

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