TeklaCopenhagen, DenmarkBased in Copenhagen, Tekla was founded with the objective of conceiving the best bed linen possible. Their intent is to accentuate the natures of the fabric and their inherent qualities. Tekla believes that textiles possess an essential role in each home: they can alter the atmosphere and change the way in which you perceive your private space. This is their raison d’être: to show the importance of home textiles and how they, subtle as loud, can make a difference in your everyday life.View The Collection
Real ReviewLondon, EnglandReal Review is a quarterly contemporary culture magazine with the strapline “what it means to live today”. Their agenda focuses on the politics of space, and trying to understand how everyday conditions enforce and reinforce power relations.
MacGuffin Amsterdam, The Netherlands With each issue based around a single object, MacGuffin magazine is a platform for fans of inspiring, personal, unexpected, highly familiar or utterly disregarded things. Widely recognized as a fabously designed and immaculately researched design & crafts biannual, it is an indispensable resource for all those who want backstage information about the Life of Things.
SteameryStockholm, SwedenSteamery was founded in Stockholm, Sweden in 2014 by Martin Lingner and Frej Lewenhaupt. By combining a professional background in fashion and Scandinavian design aesthetics with high technology and sustainable values we aim to make it easier for people to take care of their clothes. We want to give fashion enthusiasts access to their whole wardrobe. Forget about wrinkly clothes and pilled, destroyed knits. Invest in pieces you love and make them last.View The Collection
SlantedBerlin, GermanySlanted Publishers is an independent publishing house founded in 2014 by Lars Harmsen and Julia Kahl. They are publishing the award-winning print magazine Slanted, which is covering international design and culture twice a year.View The Collection
B MagazineSeoul, South KoreaB Magazine is an ad-less monthly publication that introduces one well-balanced brand in each issue. Between its covers, B not only shares untold stories behind the brand, but also its sentiment and culture that any reader interested in brand marketing and management can appreciate.View The Collection
SkagerakCopenhagen, DenmarkA certifies B-Corporation, Skagerak was founded in 1976 and is still a family-run company. All of their products are meant to live on for generations – designed with a timeless expression and from the best quality materials only. That’s why they have a proud collection of benches, stools, cutting boards and much more. At Skagerak, classics are living side-by-side with brand new designs yet to write their own history. Knowing that good quality comes from good partnerships – they take pride in building up long-standing and honest relationships with designers, employees and suppliers. That’s shown in their design collaborations with more than 30 international and Danish designers today; all sharing our vision for durable design crafted with a purpose.View The Collection
NotemCopenhagen, DenmarkNotem reflects a straightforward and functional approach to design. Rooted in the Scandinavian design tradition of space and light, their products are simple, aesthetic and easy to use. The Notem collection is a result of a comprehensive exploration of the intrinsic purpose of every single product. They are inspired by human nature, by the way we keep track of things, by our sense of time and our memory. It's their mission to make paper add new value to your daily habits and your everyday tasks.View The Collection
SögreniCopenhagen, DenmarkSögreni was established by Søren Sögreni in 1981. At first the company was building a reputation for unique and contemporary designed bicycles, but has now expanded in bicycle accessories. In acknowledgement for his contribution to Danish design, Søren in 2002 was nominated as Danish Designer of the Year. The work of Sören Sögreni is often seen in international magazines like Wallpaper and Conde Nast Traveller, and a range of museums throughout the world keep Sögreni bicycles in their permanent collections, or offer the Sögreni bicycle accessories in their museum shops.
CraighillNew York, USACraighill aims to create distinct and useful objects for your person and home. Their products encompass a wide range of materials and functions, unified by a design philosophy that marries efficiency and exploration. Personal curiosity, industrial experimentation, and basic utility are the primary creative drivers behind Craighill. They strive for honest and precise manufacturing - much of which occurs in their New York studio. It is their belief that a well-designed product should be perfectly functional, and also tell a story about its creation and potential.View The Collection