Iconic Scandinavian design gifts

Essential objects to enrich everyday life. A selection by Designhus Tervuren
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Rasymatto Design by Marimekko, tray coming soon to add to this gorgeous range.

Rasymatto Design by Marimekko, tray coming soon to add to this gorgeous range.

Kubus candleholder 4 a nice piece of classic Danish design, designed in 1962 by Mogens Lassen.

Kubus candleholder 4 a nice piece of classic Danish design, designed in 1962 by Mogens Lassen.

Iittala Kartio glasses & pitcher.

Iittala Kartio glasses & pitcher.

Stunning Kastehelmi dinnerware, also comes in more colours and clear, matching tea lights and dessert bowls too!! So elegant and fresh.

Stunning Kastehelmi dinnerware, also comes in more colours and clear, matching tea lights and dessert bowls too!! So elegant and fresh.

Unikko / Design Maija Isola for Marimekko / Maija Isola’s classic Unikko (poppy) pattern was born in 1964 shortly after Marimekko’s founder Armi Ratia had announced that Marimekko would never print a floral pattern. Maija refused to obey Armi’s orders and designed an entire collection of floral patterns in protest. One of them was Unikko, a true icon of the future.

Unikko / Design Maija Isola for Marimekko / Maija Isola’s classic Unikko (poppy) pattern was born in 1964 shortly after Marimekko’s founder Armi Ratia had announced that Marimekko would never print a floral pattern. Maija refused to obey Armi’s orders and designed an entire collection of floral patterns in protest. One of them was Unikko, a true icon of the future.

Interior Photography by Heidi Lerkenfeldt

Interior Photography by Heidi Lerkenfeldt

AJ Cutlery (Georg Jensen) Arne Jacobsen's cutlery was revolutionary in 1957. With extremely simple and bold lines, it was anything unlike that existed at that time. His Functionalist approach went on to dominate much of design in subsequent years. In production for over fifty years it still retains a strong sense of contemporary stylishness.These pieces raise daily rituals to an level of fine art. www.designhus.be

AJ Cutlery (Georg Jensen) Arne Jacobsen's cutlery was revolutionary in 1957. With extremely simple and bold lines, it was anything unlike that existed at that time. His Functionalist approach went on to dominate much of design in subsequent years. In production for over fifty years it still retains a strong sense of contemporary stylishness.These pieces raise daily rituals to an level of fine art. www.designhus.be

Georg Jensen's Ilse collection, Designed by Ilse Crawford

Georg Jensen's Ilse collection, Designed by Ilse Crawford

Kastehelmi Votives  (Iittala) The Finnish word “kastehelmi” means “dewdrop,” which refers to the rings of small glass beads that give each piece in the Iittala Kastehelmi collection its distinct character. Originally designed by Oiva Toikka in 1964. The idea of using droplets of glass as decoration came to Oiva Toikka when he was thinking of ways to hide the joint marks left by the production process.

Kastehelmi Votives (Iittala) The Finnish word “kastehelmi” means “dewdrop,” which refers to the rings of small glass beads that give each piece in the Iittala Kastehelmi collection its distinct character. Originally designed by Oiva Toikka in 1964. The idea of using droplets of glass as decoration came to Oiva Toikka when he was thinking of ways to hide the joint marks left by the production process.

Finn Juhl Bowl (Architectmade) FJ Bowl is designed by Finn Juhl in 1951. It features the characteristic blend of organic shapes and a carefully thought balance between wood, form and colour that made Finn Juhl famous. The FJ Bowl is handmade from a single piece of teakwood and treated with clear teak oil. The choice of this material ensures that a beautiful patina will form as it ages, giving the bowl an extra kick of character. www.designhus.be

Finn Juhl Bowl (Architectmade) FJ Bowl is designed by Finn Juhl in 1951. It features the characteristic blend of organic shapes and a carefully thought balance between wood, form and colour that made Finn Juhl famous. The FJ Bowl is handmade from a single piece of teakwood and treated with clear teak oil. The choice of this material ensures that a beautiful patina will form as it ages, giving the bowl an extra kick of character. www.designhus.be

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