With London design festival just around round the corner and the whole industry about to dive gloriously into a celebration of excellent design, it’s sometimes nice to brush up on a bit of design history.
While housed under one umbrella concept, characteristics of Scandinavian design vary between countries. Reflecting the country’s seafaring heritage Danish Design is fluid , taking inspiration from foriegn culture. The influences of Danish Design are ‘Nautical Heritage’, ‘English Regency’ and ‘American Shaker Furniture’
Just in time for the season, one of London’s best furniture stores Aram has released this inspiring bite-sized infographic charting the key designers and iconic pieces that have influenced the landscape of modern Danish Design.
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