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Explore - Design Ideas
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Manz reinterpreted the company’s classic Beolit Transistor Radio from the 1960s with rounded corners, an iPhone jack, and a leather carrying strap.
This wool carpet typifies craft in the digital age: It’s hand-tufted into a pattern inspired by pixelated kaleidoscope images.
Lewis’s industrial-meets-earthy lighting is sculpture for the table. Here, four blackened-steel lamps are joined into one fixture.
A cork seat supported by metal legs pays homage to a bird's nest. Handily, boet means just that in the studio's native Swedish.
Sleek, sexy, and understated, Hubert's very grown-up pendant lighting is actually inspired by a children's spinning top toy.
An all-purpose container that's as light as paper, plus water-resistant, compressible, nearly impossible to rip, and stands up on its own. (That's the glory of Tyvek.)
Unobtrusive and easily mounted, this simple but sturdy storage pouch is made in Belgium from plywood and comes in 12 different colors of felt.
Upgrade a living room with these folded steel containers, powder-coated in six colors and sized to house books, magazines, and vinyl records.
Blocky units that lock together with the help of five holes per side can take the shape of a miniature library, a bench, or an asymmetrical shelving unit.
Forgo shoving photos and loose files into old shoeboxes. Open cubes within a solid oak frame are a much tidier option.
Huggable sweater-inspired baskets add a hygge twist on storage containers. Keep on theme and use them for storing yarn and knitting needles.
A reversible polka-dot pattern in jacquard weave graces this jaunty merino wool blanket by Copenhagen textile designer Anne Rosenberg.
Glassblower Tora Urup is part of the 2012 lineup at Danish Crafts, an organization known for spotting up-and-coming talent. Her colored glass dishes hold a single wick.
Three connected vases perform an understated balancing act, while cheery accent colors and pale wood nod to Nordic design.
A Danish architect translates ornamental motifs from an Iranian mosque into this lightweight pendant made of synthetic paper.
Hay, the Danish tastemakers whose collection is slowly filtering into the U.S. retail market, offers these wool pillows in 11 shades of Kvadrat's Hallingdal fabric.
This agile desk system suspends messages between its wire arms while doubling as a visual divider; the base holds writing implements.