Each year we scour the design world, finding the best furniture pieces from six chosen territories for our ’Global Interiors’ edit. For 2016, we travel from West to East, from the USA and Mexico, through to Denmark and the Czech Republic via the UK, and all the way to Singapore, digging out the finest pieces representing each country’s design savoir faire. From definitive wood work to innovative ways with pattern, we invite you to delve in and see the products that have shaped our design world tour...
Denmark: The Scandinavian nation’s minimalist reputation is bolstered by classic neutral hues and clean lines from the likes of Fredericia, Gubi and Muuto.
Pictured: ‘Haiku Low’ sofa, from €3,656, by GamFratesi, for Fredericia. ‘The Moor Rug’, £1,399, by All The Way To Paris, for &Tradition. ‘TS’ table, £1,159, by GamFratesi, for Gubi. ‘Cafu’ gold-plated vase, £106, by Holmbäck Nordentoft, for Georg Jensen. Desk organiser, price on request, by Kristina Krogh. ‘Knockout’ table, £585, by Ida Linea Hildebrand, for Friends & Founders, from Viaduct. ‘Globe’ vase, £75, by AYTM, from WallpaperSTORE*. ‘Grain’ lamp, £99, by Jens Fager, for Muuto. ‘Turn’ daybed, €1,699, by Ferm Living. ‘CM-1’ mirror, £397, by Frama, from Chase & Sorensen. ‘CH26’ chair, from £736, by Hans J Wegner, for Carl Hansen. ‘Liinus’ wallpaper, £66 per 10m roll, by Flemming Lassen, for By Lassen. Vinyl flooring in black, £26 per sq m, from The Colour Flooring Company
Interiors: Amy Heffernan. Photography: Richard Foster. Writer: Sujata Burman
Originally featured in the April 2016 issue of Wallpaper* (W*205)