Hi! We’re Allan and Tine, from the Danish interior design blog Bungalow5. Dagny invited us to guest blog here at Scandinavian Chic, and we’re reporting from last weekend's design fair, Code10 in Copenhagen.
Code10 displays furniture already in stores or on its way, but also unique products that have not yet been put into production. And let’s warn you: This fair is for design geeks!
Here are our favorites to represent the Scandinavian maximalist style, which we are sure you already love Scandinavian Chic for.
This lamp is called Damned and is designed by Luc Merx for MGX. The lamp appears as a hovering mass of writhing nudes – opulent, bombastic and a bit vulgar – recalling the classical motif of the damned souls and challenging viewers with the age-old questions of guilt and morality. The only drawback – it is only created in a limited edition of 40, and especially the price is maybe only for people like Brad Pitt (he bought nr. 8), as it is about $ 47.8500!
Fish is the name of this rug with fish scales in wool, designed by Joanna Rusin and Agnieszka Czop and the ceramic plates Koronka, designed by Joanna Bylicka, both from the travelling exhibition 'unpolished' - young design from Poland. The rug is really beautiful, but perhaps not so practical if you have a dog or a cat? The plates could form a beautiful wall decoration.
The Danish designer Morten Voss has designed this coffee table, which is a very typical Morten Voss with a composition of the raw top of concrete and the fine curved legs.
Sofa and daybed are both from Swedish Källemo and designed by Anna Kraitz. Notice the incredible details by the legs and the belt.
The last item we want to show you is another lamp. The pompous lamp is named Swan and is made of more than 4,000 pieces of wool; it is cut out by hand and mounted on the metal construction of the lamp. It is designed by Laura Keblyte with the brandname Softdecor.
Hopefully there was something you liked?
Wow, thank you so much guys! Amazing report!!!
All images Courtesy of Bungalow5