ReykJavik : Margrethe Odgaard & Chris Liljenberg Halstrøm

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Copenhagen-based designers Margrethe Odgaard and Chris Liljenberg Halstrøm collaborated on Reykjavik, a daybed inspired by architectural beauty of its Icelandic namesake. Suffused with a simplicity and warmth unique to Nordic design, its pedigree is evident in every detail.
The wood and upholstery are provided by Dinesen, a Danish company family-owned since 1898.  The mattress can be flipped for an alternative color balance – with three additional variations available.

The designers have won numerous awards for their work, and the Reykjavik is a continuation of their unique and innovative collaboration. It is a testament to their unique creative focus that they partner with both storied artisans and innovators in design and technologies. Buy here.

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Cory is passionate about design and creativity and how they can expand our understanding of ourselves. He has lived from San Francisco to Japan but found his way, some would say inevitably, to New York City. His writing has appeared in a wide range of publications, but is thrilled to mark his blogging debut here at Gessato.

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