Fritz Hansen, Dinamarca
which are used as guidelines in the process of developing new designer furniture:
TIMELESS AND RELEVANT IN TIME
Fritz Hansen design has to be timeless in aspiration and relevant in time. Solutions should be found in timeless simplicity rather than chasing short-lived trends.
Searching for beauty - appealing to the heart - in timeless simplicity, minimal excellence and quality in the detail.
Fritz Hansen design should always be unique through a strong visual clarity and honest in its promise. The design should be innovative in form and function.
Each Fritz Hansen design object should be seen as a three-dimensional sculptural object with a high aesthetic quality and a uniqueness of its own which is acknowledged by its obvious and immediate recognition.
Wake-up call with eyes and fringes
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Comfy chair with a fur collar
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In the good-life lab
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