Introducing the ZEH table. A 3-piece modular marble table designed by ANOUR founder, Arash Nourinejad. A design which came to life while filming for the Danish tv-show “Denmark’s Next Design Classic”.
That is the question. We know that when it comes to choosing the perfect I-MODEL for your home compatibility is crucial, so before deciding on the model it is important to answer one question.
The Nordic Barnhouse Project designed by Bruno Jakobsen is intended as a narrow slice in the terrain, and represents a modern interpretation of the classic longhouse.
In the heart of La Nouvelle Athènes, the district of the 9th arrondissement of Paris, lies an interior gem that encompasses a true Parisian style.
Collaboration between OEO Studio and ReBITA/R100 TOKYO resulted in the interiors that reflect a cross-pollination of Japanese and Scandinavian design.
With the Re:imagined collection we have created a new surface for our most iconic models with a unique colour palette, maintenance free plaiting, while retaining our signature tactile approach.
With more than 210 years of heritage and experience Dahlman is a modern leather house, focused on handcrafted goods with an uncompromising approach to leather artistry.
It’s all about the contrasting play between light and dark in this amazing kitchen project by Nicolaj Bo while maintaining the best of Danish design tradition.
Il Buco is an Italian inspired restaurant situated in an old warehouse in Copenhagen. Our iconic I-MODEL Cordless in Brushed Brass is featured throughout Il Buco’s impressive space.
ANOUR has explored the beauty of heat processing on selected lamps, by experimenting with temperature and fire. With heat, the surface of the steel can be changed to either an even tone or a gradience of colours.
The Gradient exhibition during the 3daysofdesign, merged ANOUR x Ateliér Arethuse’s visions with gradients as a central theme through materials, colours and techniques.
Pigments are mixed by hand to achieve the right tones and gradients. After the lamps arrive at the Atelier Aréthuse’s workshop, the work on the preparation of the surface for colour starts.
Liquid experimentation takes place at the Værlose Galvaniske’s workshop. The practice and the craftsmanship has been passed from father to son, working closely with ANOUR to create gradient effects.