Inspired by the golden
age of Danish design

Danish Modern 2.0 is inspired by the golden age of Danish design in the 50’s and 60’s. Every item is a new interpretation by international designers of this iconic epoke. Danish Modern 2.0 is innovative
and with clean lines.

The kitchen-dining area is the heart of many homes and the hub of family life. A lot of time and effort goes into designing it and creating a personal style. So the utility items, with which you surround yourself day in and day out, also need to meet the same aesthetic, practical and quality requirements.

In the Danish Modern 2.0 family you will find a selection of functional tableware for the kitchen and dining room, and decorative design objects that will make everyday life beautiful.

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Known for its clean lines and innovative combination of materials, featuring steel and wood, the Emma collection of water kettles and vacuum jugs for coffee and tea has become a modern design classic both in the kitchen and on the coffee or dining table.

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Make everyday life beautiful

Treat yourself, your friends and family to brunch. Gather round the table with your Emma range of jugs, cups and plates and enjoy the moment. The delicate, soft tone-in-tone colours that characterise the Emma range stand in beautiful contrast to the golden tone of the beech handles.

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Timeless design that keeps your coffee and tea warm

Old and new come togehter in a classic yet modern style for your table.

The Amphora vacuum jugs for tea and coffee are named after the ancient Greek earthenware pots which were used to store and transport oil and wine. The Danish designer, Sebastian Holmbäck has drawn inspiration from the amphora’s round body and distinctive shoulders in a design that is organic and underlined by the soft modern surface. The Amphora jugs will look good both on your breakfast table and for serving five o’clock tea.

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The Amphora Collection
View the design family Nordic

The Nordic design family is inspired by Nordic landscapes and design values. It represents the Scandinavian way of living with a ’less is more’ attitude.

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