Dine, Drink, Daze & Dream
Meet ten of the best brands currently in Danish furniture design at this jointly curated exhibition. The poetic parlours exude an air of bustling soirees, the sound of tinkling glasses, cosy relaxation, and dreams of yesteryear in the well-preserved Moltke's Palace from 1702, a former residence of noble families and royalty.
The exhibition has been carefully curated by design studio All The Way To Paris with furniture from the following brands: Cane-line, HUBE, Kvist Industries, Magnus Olesen, Møbelsnedkeri Kjeldtoft, PP Møbler, Skovby Møbler, Re Nature Beds, Republic of Fritz Hansen and WON.
The exhibition is organised by the Association of Danish Wood and Furniture Industries, part of the Confederation of Danish Industry, and funded by Træets Uddannelses- og Udviklingsfond.
Thursday May 24 – 4pm-6pm
Drinks in the stunning rooms of Moltke’s Palace
Join us for drinks and a snack in the high-ceilinged chambers of Moltke’s Palace dating back to 1702. Meet the 10 design brands united in the special exhibition Dine, Drink, Daze & Dream.
Friday 25 May – 1pm-2pm
Talk: Designing spaces of creativity
The homes, studios and ateliers of architects, designers and artists are some of the most photographed and coveted interiors in the world – particularly those of Danish creatives. Bring together new and old to create something truly contemporary, these spaces offer a sense of retreat, possibility and a place to think freely.
How do designers begin to create their own spaces? How do these interiors evolve over time? What can they tell us about creating better places to live and work in? In this panel discussion, designers will share their experience of designing their own spaces and translating their ideas into interiors for their clients.
Meet architect Peter Bundgaard Rützou, Space Copenhagen and architect Peter Eland, Norm. Moderator is Anna Winston, Contributing Design Editor of Oak – The Nordic Journal.
Saturday May 26 – 11am-12am
Prize-giving: Election of the most talented woodworking apprentice of the year
Three Danish apprentices are nominated for the prize of the most talented woodworking apprentice of the year. Come by and see the beautiful test pieces of work – and join us in celebrating good craftsmanship.