Inspired by the chair they designed for restaurant 108 in Copenhagen, the collection consists of a beautifully upholstered wooden furniture that explores the beauty of narrow silhouettes.
All items feature narrow legs that elevate and support, striking a perfect balance between mid-century Danish and classic Japanese design. The collection is a tribute to heritage and craft, embodied in a timeless, flowing design, while remaining modern and comfortable. The collection stands for quality craftmanship and materials. Furniture items are crafted from quality walnut and ash and seating features thick leather to maximise comfort. Decoration is kept to a minimum to enhance that sense of detail and shape.
Established in 2005 by Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou, both graduates of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, SPACE Cph is a Copenhagen-based design practice that creates interior spaces, furniture and objects for luxury and lifestyle clients across the world. Through their work – which includes restaurants such as Noma in Copenhagen – SPACE Cph has developed a design process that is both emotional and poetic, instilling architectural, interior and furniture design projects with modernism, a strong personal vision and an aversion to the mundane.