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Helbak

Danish ceramist, Malene Helbak, combines the simplicity of Scandinavian design with a world of exquisite colors. Her ambition is to produce articles for everyday use that make a difference, attract positive attention and become a source of joy in our daily lives.

Why only ever use a cup for drinking coffee or tea? Why not use it for flowers or pencils? Malene Helbak's simple designs lend themselves perfectly to such multiple uses. Having created her own very personal style, the ceramist has a strong desire to see her various collections combined in all imaginable ways and also with other designs for the home. Therefore, it is on the perfect background of simple white faience that Malene Helbak’s hand-drawn decorations unfold in all their rich colorfulness.

Ditte Fischer

Ditte Fischer graduated from the Danish Design School in 1995 and has since designed and manufactured for everyday use in porcelain in her workshop in Copenhagen.
The Nordic simplicity is one of the characteristics of Ditte's ceramics and jewelry. With inspiration from Denmark, Norway and Iceland Ditte Fischer have created her very own aesthetics. The clean, understated design language combined beautifully with attractive colors. The result is a collection characterized by a refined lightness and texture that give the products a unique and bold statement.
Scherning
Mette Scherning's jewelry collection testifies to her sensuousness and understanding of materials, enabling her to design small, iconic pieces. Jewellery that elegantly enhances each woman's own particular style.A keen observer of life around her, Mette pools all her impressions to create her annual collection. A collection which strikes a fine balance between simplicity, ruggedness and the utmost femininity. No two pieces are alike, as they are all meticulously handcrafted. For Mette Scherning, designing a piece of jewelry is a long and careful process to find the perfect match between materials and style.
Louise Kragh
 
“All of our jewelry is handmade in Denmark. We are very focused on being close to the production. From the first ideas to the actual making of the jewelry. We have rolled so many pearls – and we still do. Our pearls are some of Louise Kragh’s most important classics” - Louise Kragh, designer.

So simple, so alive, so beautiful. A piece of Louise Kragh jewelry has its very own glow which is being enhanced when put on your finger, around your wrist or neck, or as an elegant greeting on your ear.

The jewelry is made in materials chosen with great care. Louise Kragh only uses Sterling silver 925 and high-quality gold plating. The materials are continuously tested and meet the strict, Danish requirements. Furthermore, Louise Kragh.dk ApS is a member of Ædelmetalkontrollen (precious metal control) in Denmark.

The jewelry is designed and produced at the workshop in Denmark and is sold in Danish as well as international fashion-, jewelry-, and interior shops. The jewelry is released in two annual collections. The style goes from the elegant and colorful to the more raw and simple jewelry design. 

Cueropapel&tijera

 "I am Costa Rican, industrial designer, entrepreneur, and dreamer. My products are loaded with lots of passion, have a cultural flavor, and demand a high level of quality that I hope many will be able to appreciate. Through cueropapel&tijera, I wish the world to enjoy leather, in a practical and useful sense, respectful of the environment and, ultimately, our products to become a means of expression of its own, of what you are, and what you believe in" - Sofia Protti

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 Jeannette Hiiri

Jeanette was born and raised in Sweden. She has a Masters Degree from Copenhagen School of Design. She has studio space and showroom in BaghusDK at Vesterbro in the heart of Copenhagen. 

"-For me the ceramic work is about trying to make the material visible. An attempt to express the beauty and possibilities of the material. As well as an opportunity to share my thoughts. Thoughts about the time we live in and reflections about the reality which we have to relate to. We live in a world where mass consumption is and where we don't have hours enough. My hope is that my work will last. That when it is bought it is there to stay. Sustainability needs to be taken seriously and reflection is necessary and both needs to be a larger part of our daily lives."

 

 Anne Black

Anne Black is a Copenhagen based ceramicist whose career revolves around her devotion to applied arts & craftsmanship. After graduating from the design school in 1996, she worked in various collective pottery workshops in Copenhagen, creating her porcelain objects, which combine Scandinavian design and craftsmanship, into functional handmade porcelain pieces. In 2005 Anne transformed her pottery skills and workshop into a development project, when she created a ceramic factory, in the north of Vietnam, together with Mrs. Hang (Vietnamese). There she had the chance to work closely with skilled artisans with whom she exchanged ideas, knowledge, and inspiration. The facility initially received support from the Danish aid organization Danida and has over the years matured into a socially and environmentally sustainable factory with more than 50 artisans, who produce Anne´s porcelain, with meticulous skill, by hand, day by day.

byMille

 

Mille is an architect by profession and has always worked with design, functionality, and aesthetics which led her to start making jewelry. 
"In the jewelry making, I am delighted to be able to immerse myself into every small detail. I have been working with designing jewelry since 2013 and are still developing new techniques. I love the design and finding new shapes, colors, and structures that make women shine even more! My design universe reaches from the stringent, angular and tight, raw look to the feminine, soft and sophisticated".



Louise Heisel Copenhagen



Louise Heisel graduated from the Danish Design School in 2007,
and since then she has been using her hands to create
unique porcelain products.

Louise's products and designs are manufactured at her workshop in Copenhagen, Denmark. She's using ancient craft techniques that she makes from scratch. Her primary material is porcelain with which she creates great design pieces for your home such as cups, vases, and bowls

Sofia Protti 
Sofia Protti 

As a designer, I found in leather the perfect material, my inspiration, and the protagonist of my work. Leather itself is beautiful, fine-looking, strong, and versatile. It is compliant, malleable, and rigid at the same time. I am passionate about seeing, smelling and touching it. Its imperfections, the scars of the leather, its texture, and the shine it gets with time are design elements in constant action. A leather product evolves, changes, becomes darker, older and more beautiful with time. Adding color to the leather has been, for me, a new form of expression. We went from conceiving leather as classic material to seeing it as contemporary material; the use of color has given my design proposal plenty of value not only as a proper means of expression but as a differentiator in the market.

 

I am Costa Rican, industrial designer, entrepreneur, and dreamer. My products are loaded with lots of passion, have a cultural flavor, and demand a high level of quality that I hope many will be able to appreciate. Through cueropapel&tijera, I wish the world to enjoy leather, in a practical and useful sense, respectful of the environment and, ultimately, our products to become a means of expression of its own, of what you are, and what you believe in.

- See more at: http://www.sofiaprotti.com/front/pt1.php?ref=26#sthash.5YeBdQ7e.dpuf

As a designer, I found in leather the perfect material, my inspiration, and the protagonist of my work. Leather itself is beautiful, fine-looking, strong, and versatile. It is compliant, malleable, and rigid at the same time. I am passionate about seeing, smelling and touching it. Its imperfections, the scars of the leather, its texture, and the shine it gets with time are design elements in constant action. A leather product evolves, changes, becomes darker, older and more beautiful with time. Adding color to the leather has been, for me, a new form of expression. We went from conceiving leather as classic material to seeing it as contemporary material; the use of color has given my design proposal plenty of value not only as a proper means of expression but as a differentiator in the market.

 

I am Costa Rican, industrial designer, entrepreneur, and dreamer. My products are loaded with lots of passion, have a cultural flavor, and demand a high level of quality that I hope many will be able to appreciate. Through cueropapel&tijera, I wish the world to enjoy leather, in a practical and useful sense, respectful of the environment and, ultimately, our products to become a means of expression of its own, of what you are, and what you believe in.

- See more at: http://www.sofiaprotti.com/front/pt1.php?ref=26#sthash.5YeBdQ7e.dpuf
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