If you have not been there yourself, you can watch a small video from this year’s exhibition, which takes place in the green square behind Designmuseum Denmark in Copenhagen.
The old hospital yard in the heart of Copenhagen is by itself a little gem and worth a visit.
Here until November 5, 2017, you will find 40 examples of how furniture can promote human encounters in the public space.
In collaboration with the Cabinetmaker Kjeldtoft, Niels Hvass has made a resolute and bluntly welcoming proposal – Scala.
In collaboration with P.P Furniture, unforeseeable Søren Ulrik Petersen has designed Cha-cha of bundled tree trunks.
Cecilie Manz boasts the greatest sensuality with the Stepping stones, which are best experienced live.
Philip Bro Ludvigsen has devised a grass chair. Slope is sponsored by Softline.
These are a few examples of the many inspirational, moving and fun suggestions that can be experienced in the greenery behind Designmuseum Denmark until November 5, 2017.
1260 Copenhagen K