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The Danish Design Centre Takes Us on a Journey Though Denmark's Sustainable Design Movement

by , 10/12/11


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‘PH5’ lamp (1958) by Poul Henningsen is an absolute classic. Beautiful and functional, it was originally made from glass, but is now made from recyclable aluminum and designed for a democratic and socially aware era.

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Designed back in 1985, ‘Air Titanium’ is still the world’s lightest spectacle frame, weighting in at less than 3 grams. Created by design firm Dissing+Weitling, the glasses are made from titanium and have no soldering or screws. The are flexible and extremely durable.

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Torben Vestergaard Frandsen’s LifeStraw (2005) allows for drinking from virtually any water source.

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