Danish Crafts, an organization dedicated to launching the careers of emerging designers and sharing Denmark's design with the world, showed its latest collection at Maison&Objet.
Mirror Mirror by Maria Bruun is a design that questions human reflection. A series of angled mirrors clings onto corners, ceilings, edges, and surfaces, reflecting multiple sides of both the space and the beholder. The mirror is made of high polished stainless steel and oak.
Nanna D is a knit collection made of soft merino wool whose motifs pay homage to the Danish design icon Nanna Ditzel. Duo Helene Jensen and Trine Runge Jessen founded their line Sen-Sen in 2000.
This rounded, three-legged oak trestle by Jonas Klein can be used to support a dining table or a work table.
Carousel is a jewelery box by Akiko Kuwahata that sports a cone in the center that holds rings while keeping the lid in place. It also keeps the vessels aligned if you stack them one on top of the other. The boxes come in cherry, maple, and walnut with acrylic lids.
Mette Duedahl wanted to take the best elements of two everyday items (stoneware and the traditional, glass French coffee press) and transfer them to a contemporary context. He updated the materials with a shell made of dyed stoneware casting slip, an extraordinarily tactile, smooth-to-the-touch material. The coffee jugs have a plunger in stainless steel and a Plexiglas lid with a beech wood knob.
Povl Kjer's Tuft stool riffs on his previous piece for Danish Crafts, the mirthful, imaginative Rocking Sheep. This piece comes in two sizes–a small child’s stool or footstool and a larger version that can be used at the kitchen table or as a barstool.
AnonymDesign is the studio of Lene Munthe and Karen Wibroe, both architects and industrial designers. The toolbox is a wall-mounted storage piece that keeps necessary items in plain sight in a simple ash and oak wood cabinet.