Right now, tactility is a mega trend. So is the Japanese consultant Marie Kondo. With her philosophy of tidiness, she pays homage to the art of surrounding ourselves with functional things that stir our feelings. With that in mind, Rosendahl have created Grand Cru Sense. This new, sensuous, stoneware tableware, featuring both raw and glazed surfaces, accommodates our modern lifestyle with elements for snacks and food sharing, and built-in combinatorics that attach plates and bowls to one another for handy storage, fully in line with today’s trend for downsizing and common sense. Grand Cru Sense also features Rosendahl’s classic details, thereby adding a touch of innovation to the white elements of the Grand Cru universe, when the two are mixed in a table setting.
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Rosendahl’s Outdoor puts outdoor living on the design agenda with four handy products for both cold and hot drinks. They are perfect for autumn too. They keep coffee, tea and soup warm on the go in thermal cups and flasks with press-stud closure, and can be opened and closed tight with one hand. When the going gets tough and there is time for a chilled thirst-quencher, the transparent drinking bottle for water or juice is at hand and easy to find in a bag with its decorative carry strap. Like the silicone details of the other Outdoor products, the colour of the strap features this season’s Pantone shades of olive, terracotta and sand.
It may not look much in itself, but the simple design of this candlestick succeeds in embracing the two most important criteria of Nordic Living: functionality and aesthetics. Whenever we light candles, there is an instant feeling of cosiness, and the room is bathed in soft light. Candlesticks also have a special ability to underpin a home’s interior style, whether bohemian hurricane lamps or stylish designer candlesticks. In the latter category, the new steel Grand Cru candlesticks lend weight and stability to classic chandelier candles, casting new light over the familiar grooves that are the hallmark of the Grand Cru range.
According to surveys, Danes drink huge amounts of tea every day. The explanation for this increased interest lies in the fact that modern tea culture is highly sophisticated and includes black, red, white and green teas. Brewing and enjoying tea have become a ritual, requiring their own thermal designs. This autumn, Rosendahl are accommodating that requirement with a new Grand Cru vacuum jug with an integrated tea strainer and chubby idiom that preserves the cosy quality of a traditional ceramic teapot.
Today, Rosendahl’s Grand Cru tableware is regarded as a modern, table-topping classic. The design’s ultra simple shapes and characteristic grooves do not draw attention to themselves, but serve as an appetising canvas for the food being served. At Christmas, though, everything can be a bit more glamorous. So now, Grand Cru is donning its party clothes with a band of decorative stardust on the range’s plates, bowls and mugs. The design is so simple that this extravagant golden detail makes Moments particularly warm and inviting, and ideal for a personal Christmas table. Coarse fabric napkins and a casual linen tablecloth will keep the style natural and elegant, yet still cosy, whether you are entertaining guests or enjoying a quick cup of Christmas tea, a homemade vanilla biscuit and a break from the day’s chores.
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The idea of a personal Christmas that pleases the eye and sparkles in sharp, shiny metal is the hallmark of the Karen Blixen’s Christmas range. This year, the jewellery designer Zarah Voigt is adding three new designs to the collection, reinterpreting the symbolism of Christmas, and investing the angel, the star and the bauble with elaborate silhouettes and a touch of the avant-garde. Especially when the candles are lit and reflected in the geometric metal shapes, hanging on spruce branches or in a window, making Christmas decoration dynamic and alluring.
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As part of the Karen Blixen’s Christmas range, we are launching new designs by Ole Kortzau, who elaborates on the author’s love of flowers with decorative, gold and silver ornaments and a large heart perfect for all Blixen fans.
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Arne Jacobsen designed his ‘Bankers’ table clock and the iconic wall clock long before anyone had dreamed of the concept of offline living. Nevertheless, the characteristic design from 1971 with its red centre hits the nail on the head in terms of today’s mega trend, in which the mobile telephone is banned from the bedroom and analogue timekeeping has become an attractive statement.
With that in mind, this autumn Arne Jacobsen Clocks are rethinking the iconic clock design and launching an ultra-modern version of the Bankers table clock with an alarm feature, snooze and light on the face. This season’s charismatic clock gadget features a black-on-black design from face to case, alarm display and legs, while still remaining faithful to Jacobsen’s original designs.
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