Amanda Lilholt has designed the Circle Collection for applicata.
“It was important to me that the Circle Collection was created in collaboration with a brand that takes local production, attention to detail and sheer materiality seriously.”
The Circle collection is inspired by the sun and its geometrical shape, but has very different looks, designs and functions that complement each other. The material - brass with the shiny surface, refers to the sun and its warm silhouette.
Artist Pernille Snedker has created the decorative Box Collection as a tribute to wood.
Inspired by natural phenomenons and traditional craft techniques, artist Pernille Snedker transforms interiors into immersive artworks.
The Box Collection is made for applicata as a product box for all our new designs. You can use the box for storage and home decoration afterwards.
Pernille Snedker has received the prestigious Wallpaper Design Award for her work.
Sarah Cramer and Anders Engholm from Studio FEM has created the mush Collection.
With references to classic oil lamps, mush candleholders add a warm touch and fill the room with cosiness. A modern piece in exclusive materials and beautiful, delicate colors.
“The philosophy of Studio FEM is based on interactions between the designers, their diversity and mixed competences and the thought of design being seen as well as felt. Therefore, the balancing act between functionality and aesthetics is the main focus when we design.”
Anne Boysen has been trained in art, architecture and design, most recently as an architect at the Aarhus School of Architecture. The combination of art and design is the driving force in her work, which includes furniture and interior design, painting and sculpture.
She takes a practical approach to her profession as she plays with the combination of form and material and the search for new thinking. She is fascinated by details and good craftsmanship, and she loves to challenge new techniques.
Anne has just won the title; creator of Denmark's next classic 2020, in the Danish television program "Danmarks næste klassiker".
Anne is the designer behind the popular wallclock Watch:Out.
For Danish designer Anders Nørgaard inspiration can be sparked off by a new material or developing something that doesn't simply fall into place at once. It is also quite clear from the multitude of different products he has designed, from kitchens and beds to office furniture and lamps, or cinema seats to wood-burning stoves.
Qualified designer Susanne Uerlings is the creative brain behind ProduktSalon. Since 2011 she has been making different design products such as furniture, lighting, home and kitchen accessories for her own firm in Aachen, Germany.
She's the designer behind our RoundNRound candleholder.
Christine Ringsmose is educated from Aarhus School of Architecture. She works primarily in wood and metal but love to challenge new materials and techniques. At the same time, she is focused on the detail and the good classic craftsmanship. Her approach to design is to create innovative, functional and aesthetic solutions to everyday needs.
Christine has designed Hang hooks for applicata.
Architect Hans Sandgren Jakobsen always concentrates on what things will be used for. He does not see design as art, but as something people make use of every day. He is inspired by the American Shakers' furniture style, which was the forerunner of functionalism, and believes in the philosophy that beauty is linked with suitability. He is the designer behind Nipple hooks and Selfie mirror.
Norwegian design duo Ane Domaas and Kathrine Høgh met while studying design in Oslo, and have been working together since 2011. Together, they produce sleek forms for everyday use with a mission to capture the spirit of contemporary Norwegian design. They uphold the classic Nordic trinity of simplicity, beauty and functionality.
Lise Vilslev and Mathilde Møberg is the design duo behind Copenhanger.