(1947 – 2023)



(1904 – 1987)

Gubi Olsen has pushed the boundaries of new designs by moving in new, unchartered territory. His global outlook is inspired by traditional craftmanship and historical references, such as Napoleon Bonaparte, a grand piano and French cinema. Gubi Olsen graduated from the Permanent Exhibition of Danish Crafts and Art.




Danish architect inspired by functionalism, educated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 1923. Founded his own architectural practice in 1930. Professor of Architecture (1941–71) and Rector of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen (1956-65). Throughout most of his oeuvre Palle Suenson contributed to Danish urban architecture with his many iconic buildings influenced by modernism in addition to accomplished prizewinning restoration projects.









The driving force of Danish born Kevin Hviid’ work is an experimenting passion for architectural design, and a playful approach towards form and a fondness for the unexpected. Through interdisciplinary projects, he uses creativity as a tool for innovation and change, questioning deep-rooted traditions, creating space for new ways of thinking, and acting. Kevin Hviid graduated from the Royal Danish academy of fine arts, School of architecture, Copenhagen, Denmark.



Furniture and design are in constant interaction with our daily lives, when we sit, stand, or lie down. This interaction is the foundation for Martin’s vantage point. Form, function and price are controlling factors in his design process and in that order. The form comes first and then the function gives the constraints that the form must adhere to. As a designer Martin as a sustainable outlook and aspires to create furniture that can withstand daily usage while patinating beautifully allowing it to be passed down through generations. Martin has studied at the Royal College of Design in Copenhagen.








Nicoline Olsen has a background as a fin artist and has studied art history and languages. The last 25 years she has been working as an independent journalist, stylist and last ten years also as a photographer. She has written and photographed several books and has worked with international magazines producing editorial interior, food and lifestyle features. Recently, Nicoline has created concepts for trade fairs and strategy and consulting for brands including graphics work, websites and photography.



Per Buchardt graduated from as an architect from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 1993 and has had his own architectural practice ever since. In 2015 he founded the architectural firm Albjerg & Buchardt Arkitekter. The firm takes on a broad range of projects, including newbuilds as well as transformation and restoration of listed buildings besides architecture and interiors for cultural, commercial, and residential purposes.










Nina Nørgaard is a Copenhagen based artist and designer working with glass. After studying mouth blown and structured glass with masters in Paris, Venice and San Francisco, she graduated from Kostra School of Glass in Sweden in 2010. Nina Nørgaard works with commissioned and personal projects worldwide. All the glassware designed by Nina Nørgaard is handcrafted and sculptured in Denmark with the deepest care of every object.




Over the past 10 years, Jonas Lyndby Jensen has become more and more recognized for his tireless work with the language and voice of wood in Danish design. Jonas is one of today's most credible shapers and through his work has received, among other things, the prestigious Finn Juhl prize in 2020 as well as the Danish Design Award 2022 for best product. Jonas Lyndby Jensen is originally a cabinetmaker. Later he studied at the Danish Design School in Copenhagen specializing in furniture design.
He has always had a great interest and passion for the Nordic furniture traditions and often Jonas finds his inspiration close to his home – in the Scandinavian nature.
Deeply rooted in the Nordic furniture traditions you will find Jonas Lyndby Jensen’s beautiful pieces of furniture with organic shapes and in delicate natural materials.