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.
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The Magnificent Seven for Arne
or against Arne?
Is all the song and dance of staging things now affecting design or do classics need a makeover now and again?› To the article
Carpets have stories to tell
Why is architecture dangerous and how can a floor protect life – Martina Metzner talked about such things with Piero Lissoni – Special Guest at Domotex 2016.› To the article
Wake-up call with eyes and fringes
Danish design has a contemporary look to it, despite many of the ideas being over 50 years old. At Copenhagen’s “3daysofdesign” there was much talk of tradition and values, and of updating classics.› To the article