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The story of LE KLINT dates back to the beginning of the 20th Century when a hand pleated lamp shade was folded to fit a paraffin lamp both designed by architect and master of engineering, P.V. Jensen Klint. Tage Klint, the son of P.V. Jensen-Klint, was a creative entrepreneur who decided in 1943 to transform the family's pleating activities into a business, establishing the commercial foundations for the LE KLINT Company.

Tage's brother Kaare Klint (often referred to as the father of Danish design) created the interior of the LE KLINT store in Store Kirkestræde in Copenhagen, and supplied the drawings for the 101 Pendant (known as the Fruit lamp, seen above) and LK 306 (a versatile wall and table lamp), which are still two of the most outstanding lamps in the LE KLINT range. Today, the company embraces the ingenuity of talented young talent as well as paying homage to the past.

A LE KLINT Trust Fund was established by Jan Klint in 1972 and grants yearly scholarships to young, up and coming architects and designers. It's not difficult to see why today the LE KLINT is known throughout most parts of the world for its unique craftsmanship and over the years has been awarded many honors including "Purveyors to the Royal Danish Court" in 2003. last.

See the LE KLINT range here.

  • Benjamin Hubert Studio

    A collaboration of materials, process and simplicity.  Born in the UK in 1984, Benjamin Hubert studied Industrial Design and Technology at Loughborough University and graduated in 2006.

    The London based studio was founded shortly afterwards in 2007 and specializes in industrial design across furniture and lighting sectors working with international manufacturers across Europe and Asia. The studio works on a diverse range of projects including both mass/batch produced consumer products and limited edition/one offs. Benjamin Hubert has received international critical and media acclaim and has been exhibited internationally. 

    Benjamin has also received a number of prestigious awards including: Design of the year (British Design awards 2010) Best Product (100% design/Blueprint awards 2009) Homes and Gardens Young Designer of the Year (Design Classic Awards 2010) and EDIDA International Young Designer of the Year 2010. 

  • andtradition

    &tradition challenge convention to create objects that rethink how we use materials and manufacturing techniques. &tradition find beauty in objects that can be created by the latest industrial processes as well as those that maintain techniques that have evolved over a long time. &tradition push materials to the limit of their potential and reconsider how they are processed to create a new aesthetic. &tradition strive for timeless beauty and quality that is born out of tradition and revolution.

  • Applicata

    The hallmark of exciting, eye-catching and meticulous design is the way the feel and function are perfectly combined. That is the starting point for the design and lifestyle products Applicata have chosen for their ranges. Applicata choose products that play with both colours and materials. Often a unique blend of elements, but always with the awareness that colours are important for the function as well as the feel of a home.

    Once a small gallery, exhibiting furniture as objects of fine art, Asplund is an internationally acclaimed design establishment, which has contributed significantly to the idea of contemporary Swedish design. Asplund’s furniture collection, created in collaboration with renowned designers, can be found in homes, offices and public spaces globally.
  • de vorm

    De Vorm creates and produces design furniture - eco-friendly, durable and surprising. The collection adds a certain special something to any interior due to its unique character and high quality. No material is wasted during the production processes...


  • dk3

    "The true aesthetic is natural, not man made." dk3's furniture is designed with this in mind. dk3 packs raw nature into an elegant design. dk3 is the manifestation of the owner and founder, Jacob Plejdrup's vision is to unite classical carpentry traditions with modern furniture design.
  • Frama

    The synergy between the past and present elements of the space is a direct link to how Frama defines their main interest within the creative field as a dialogue between two opposite poles; classical and contemporary approach - between digital and analogue production.

    The Frama Collection focuses on solid materials with natural finishes and simple geometry. The objects within the collection signal a return to basics, where the design appearance aims to be honest and pure. Working within the area of design archetypes, Frama represents a graphical and straight forward aesthetic approach to design.

    A global leader in the design and manufacture of Scandinavian furniture since 1911, FREDERICIA offers barstools, benches, chairs, coffee tables, easy chairs, sofas, stools and tables. The company’s line-up of iconic designers includes Børge Mogensen, Nanna Ditzel, Hans J. Wegner, Alfredo Häberli and SPACE Copenhagen—proof positive of FREDERICIA’s commitment to high quality and innovative style in every piece they make.

  • Getama

    For almost 60 years, GETAMA has manufactured furniture designed by Hans J. Wegner, an internationally awarded Danish designer. This line of furniture is highly appreciated for its design, quality and durability and has become a collector's item to many people and is still a best-seller at GETAMA.


Amongst our designers we also count the Danish architect Niels Jørgen Haugesen, internationally renowned architects Nanna Ditzel, Bernt, architect MAA and recently 2R Rasmussen & Rolff as part of our collection.  GETAMA has a wide experience in home furnishing and in working on the contract market in Denmark and abroad.

    In close cooperation with engineers and Bernt, architect MAA, GETAMA designs and manufacturers tailor-made solutions for conference and concert halls, lecture halls and theatres.
  • Inoda + Sveje

    Inoda + Sveje is a design duo comprising Kyoko Inoda, born in Osaka in 1971, and Nils Sveje, born in Denmark in 1969. Inoda studied architectural design at ISAD in Milan. Sveje graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture. 

    Sveje moved to Italy where he worked under Stefano Giovannoni, and then returned to Denmark. While working at the Institute of Product Development (IPU) Sveje joined forces with Inoda and formed Inoda + Sveje in Copenhagen in 2000. They moved their base of operations to Milan in 2003. In addition to furniture and other product design, Inoda + Sveje is involved in other fields such as medical devices and speakers.

    Inoda + Sveje designed our DC09 chair, a solid wood chair with a minimalist and sculptural in essence. 

  • J.L. Mollers

    Since 1944, J. L. Møllers Møbelfabrik has produced chairs of outstandingly high quality in timeless designs.  The underlying strength of J.L. Møllers Møbelfabrik is its proud tradition of classic craftsmanship. 
And we never compromise. Anything second-best has to go - because only the best quality is good enough. This principle applies all down the line, from the selection of the raw wood to the finished item of furniture.

    Our furniture is assembled at our own factory, where we train our own workers in the cabinetmaker's art.
 In that way we ensure the continuity of the high quality which is at all times our ultimate goal.  Our furniture is not built on an assembly line. We offer attractive furniture in which manufacture, materials and design are of outstanding quality.

    We desire to be the furniture manufacturer with the best craftsmanship and uncompromising quality.

  • Le Klint

    The story of LE KLINT dates back to the beginning of the 20th Century when a hand pleated lampshade was folded to fit a paraffin lamp both designed by architect and master of engineering, P.V. Jensen Klint. A team of friends and family members worked hard to refine this new shade and in return received one as a gift of gratitude for their time. 1943 was the year the Klint family handicraft became a real business led by Tage Klint. This allowed Tage to pioneer a new decisive detail to the lampshades in the shape of an elastic collar. LE KLINT is known throughout most parts of the world for its unique craftsmanship and over the years has been awarded many honors including “Purveyors to the Royal Danish Court” in 2003.
  • Menu

    MENU is a Danish design company founded in 1976. Menu design high quality design with a crisp Scandinavian look, soft minimalism. Menu work strategically with innovative products. Menu work with some of the best designers in the world, every new Menu product always has either a new function, a new material or a new production method. 
  • Miyazaki

    Materials that have quality and a captivating world class design. Lines are simple but impressively crafted . The best quality of timbers are used to be bent and twisted in curves. The wood characteristics are respected, improved with special waxes and a profound knowledge of design and structure. The factory is a real everyday workshop where artisans share their knowledge in order to create unique pieces. Impeccable craftsmanship and design.
  • Naver Collection

    At Naver, we call our guiding philosophy “The elegance of power”.  The phrase captures the essence of what we stand for: fine craftsmanship combined with modern furniture architecture. 

    Naver grew out of a close partnership between the designers Soren Nissen and Ebbe Gehl, the Aksel Kjersgaard and Gramrode furniture manufacturers as well as Kristian Vinther/kay-jay Aps.  From the very start, the goal was to create a unique collection of furniture offering modern design and the best possible craftsmanship. 

    Our unique collection highlights the superior quality of Danish craftsmanship as well as the unique design idiom created by Naver’s team of Danish designers.  The result is a collection of classics that will last for generations, and that are made for people to use. Elegant and powerful.

  • Normann Copenhagen

    Jan Andersen and Poul Madsen teamed up to create the Normann Copenhagen brand in 1999 with a vision to make a difference in the design industry. The turning point came in 2002 where they launched the first product, the lamp Norm 69 under the brand name: Normann Copenhagen. Within five years, more than 38 products followed, as well as collaborations with established design names and new talents from around the world. In 2009 Normann Copenhagen decided it was time to introduce furniture pieces as well. Today Normann Copenhagen continues to introduce exciting and bold design products. 
  • NUD Collection

    Their importance lies in the details which separates great from good design, according to the architect and designer Mies van der Rohe. N.U.D. Collection was created out of this spirit where plain becomes beautiful. Change a room with an unexpected combination. Match, create contrasts, but more importantly experiment. 

    Our designers: With a background in high fashion and sports, Eva Angwald was not the obvious choice. But we had a good feeling about her. She saw no differences between designing textile cables and designing a spring collection of womens fashion. The modus operandi is always the same, Eva explains: “Start with a good idea, add some fashion and colors, and there you go…”

    If Eva was not the obvious choice, Charlotte Falck was. For over a decade Charlotte has devoted her life to interior architecture and lamp design, starting with a Master’s Degree in Interior Architecture in 1999. Her inspiration lies in the pure Nordic style combined with Hong Kong’s whirlwind tempo and exclusive taste.

  • Orsjo

    Orsjo is the Swedish manufacturer of metalwork lamps that brought us the Lean light by Jenny Black. Their entire range is vast and created by some of Scandinavia’s leading designers with a focus on function, innovation and personality. Combined with their manufacturing knowledge this has resulted in numerous awards and prestigious commissions over the years. In 2008, Orsjo’s product Disc became the first lighting product granted the prestigious Nordic Swan eco label.

    Orsjo’s vast experience in developing customized lighting solutions in various scales has resulted in much close collaboration with architects and corporations over the years. Orsjo’s aim is to always find the optimal solution for the specific project.


    OX DENMARQ is a young and unique Danish company producing exciting furniture in the heart of Copenhagen. Materials are high quality vegetable tanned leather combined with stainless steel or wood. Green Indio, white Carrara, sand Travertino and black Marquina marble finishes also feature throughout the range. The name OX is a tribute to the unique raw materials used and the animal providing it. Ox DENMARQ is a result of Danish design tradition teaming up with skilled craftsmen from Spain and Argentina to create unique products.

  • Pastoe

    Timeless furniture design with endless possibilities, eye for detail and high quality since 1913. The secret is in the simplicity: our furniture is restrained and understated enough that one never grows weary of it. Our current range of cabinets lend themselves to use as sideboards, TV furniture or even figurative works of art. Pastoe furniture is made at our Utrecht factory (the Netherlands), with close attention paid to traditional craftsmanship and quality.

  • Poiat

    Poiat Architecture and Design Office is a collaboration of three young designers Antti Rouhunkoski Timo Mikkonen and Marco Rodriguez. After meeting at The University of Arts and Design of Helsinki. Each went working to their own direction and  re-joined several years later.

    Poiat is a multi-disclpanary design studio that focuses on, housing, interior architecture, product design, exhibition design, design concepts and consulting. Good design, collaboration and long lasting aspects such as sustainability and long lasting aesthetics are central to Poiat. 
  • PP Mobler

    PP Møbler is a family owned Danish joinery workshop, established in 1953, with a strong tradition for crafting design furniture of high quality. Motivation has always been the love of wood and a stubborn belief that technique, ingenuity and craftsmanship can be combined in the strive for quality.
  • Snedkergaarden

    It is our vision to produce high quality design furniture where quantity and price is less important. Quality has first priority.

We do cooperate with a number of  the best Danish architects to secure you a classic and exclusive product, which gives you enjoyment every day.

We produce your furniture in the best solid pieces of wood. 

    Your furniture has been taken care of by our carpenters, who look into every detail to obtain a unique piece of furniture of highest quality possible.

    We have several models of furniture to meet your wishes, but we do also produce furniture, which is custom fitted.

    Our product range includes: Sideboards, showcases, dining- and coffee tables, conference tables, chairs, book shelves, the Nanna Ditzel sofa and Easy chair and Stool chairs.
  • Stouby

    In a world full of conventions and compromises, Stouby challenges the design agenda,
bringing a new era to furniture design.

    Our designs are created in conjunction
 with the front runners from a new generation of designers; accordingly we set
our very own standards for unique design combined with comfort and individuality.
The ground-breaking looks yet classic styles are made to be used and admired over and over
again. We take pride in our hand built craftsmanship and are continually striving to develop new
ways to create quality designs.

    Every single piece of furniture is designed thoughtfully right
down to the smallest detail. You can see, feel and experience this
– even when you turn the furniture up-side-down.

  • String

    Certain things become so strongly associated with an era that they become timeless - this is certainly true of Nisse Strinning’s string shelf which was designed in 1949. 

    It may seem strange that something as simple and humble as this little dainty light shelf with its thin side panels has become one of the twentieth century's foremost icons of design.  The reasons are several; the thin packaging is simple and cheap to transport, the shelf is easy to assemble, the plain of the shelf can be quickly moved, shelves of various depths can be combined and books held in place by the side panels, it is stable and can be built out in all directions.

     Whether the wall surface is large or small string is functional.  It’s the side panel which gives string its character.  Elegant and lean-limbed are the coloured threads a slender "ladder" which ascending the ingenious walls, variable, flexible.

  • Wikkelso

    Illum Wikkelso trained as a cabinetmaker before learning the art of furniture construction at the School of Arts & Crafts (Kunsthaandværkerskolen) in Copenhagen. He studied under master furniture maker Knud Christiansen in Aarhus, and also worked as an architect in Copenhagen until the mid-1950s. 

    Great Dane brings the Wikkelso range back into production in celebration of this timeless Scandinavian furniture collection. Each piece is made from beginning to end by Great Dane’s master craftsmen to create a piece of elegant, high quality furniture. Range currently includes the V11 Sofa and Easy Chair and the ML90 Sofa and Easy Chair.
  • Zero

    When Zero was set up in 1978, its founders had thorough experience working with the traditional Scandinavian lighting material, glass. Now Zero works in many different materials and collaborates with many exciting Scandinavian designers such as Thomas Bernstrand, Mattias Stahlbom, Fredrik Mattson, Front, Mia Gammelgaard, Jens Fager, Tham & Videgard, Johan Carpner, Monica Forster and many more. Zero is an authentic family run company combining traditional methods and principles with cutting edge design.