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The EDIT visits

The EDIT visits

Copenhagen

 

3daysofdesign is Denmark’s annual design event. It takes place every year in Copenhagen and it’s a showcase of new concepts within design, lifestyle, furniture and lighting. The team at The EDIT was present once again this year, taking part in the launches, events and exhibitions within 3daysofdesign. Among the showrooms we visited are MENU, &Tradition, Montana, Gubi, as well as various installations and ephemeral exhibitions.

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At 3daysofdesign, our team visited The Audo, a hybrid space designed by MENU, located in the Nordhavn district of Copenhagen. As a hotel residence, restaurant, café, concept store, material library, creative work and event space, The Audo unites design, work, hospitality and community in one.
The new designs showcased by MENU at The Audo already available in stock on The EDIT! 

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The iconic Flowerpot lamp were just relaunched in three new colour ways! Discover them as well as the Como portable brass lamp and a new version of the Journey lamp that can be used both as a table lamp and as a sconce.

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Flowerpot Pendant Medium VP7 - Pale SandFlowerpot Portable table lamp VP9 - Signal GreenComo Portable Table Lamp SC53 - BrassJourney Table and wall lamp SHY1 - Silk Grey

The New Works exhibition within 3daysofdesign 2021 was created in collaboration with Lotta Agaton Interiors and marked a shift in the brand's aesthetics. New Works opens the door to both bright and airy spaces, as well as a luminous palette. We fell in love with the Tense pendants, grouped in threes like delicate clouds creating their own ethereal vignettes.

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Sculptural Minimalism - these words define the aesthetics of Kristina Dam Studio. The beauty and versatility of natural materials is combined with the virtues of craftsmanship, all while focusing on sustainability. With a classic yet contemporary approach, the distinctive elements of Kristina Dam’s aesthetic is evident in each piece. Discover the latest "gallery-worthy" pieces for modern interiors.

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