Gallery: The Danish Design Centre Takes Us on a Journey Though Denmark’...

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Berendsen‘s ‘Hygiene line’ was developed by Knud Holscher Design in 2009 and are typically used in a workplace bathrooms. The range includes everything from soap dispensers to air fresheners and feature anti-bacterial surfaces and help reduce water consumption.

‘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 Beautiful and functional, it was originally made from glass, but is now made from recyclable aluminum and designed for a democratic and socially aware era.

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.

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


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