Founded in 2011, NORR11 is a Danish furniture brand that strives to reinvent and rethink Scandinavian design to create timeless pieces of furniture, combining the past and the present. NORR11 collaborates with innovative young designers and works with the best manufacturers and suppliers to produce products of superb craftsmanship and quality.
101 Copenhagen is a Danish design brand founded in 2017. With a vision to honor exquisite quality and craftsmanship, the collection encompasses furniture, lighting and accessories in a timeless, yet modern design. With a true passion for materials and refined textures, organic shapes and colours, 101 Copenhagen presents the epitome of classics and must-have novelties for Scandinavian and international interior connoisseurs alike.
For more than 20 years Massimo has focused on creating handmade rugs for both private homes, public spaces as well as developers. They approach every inquiry with the same attention and curiosity, whether the best solution is one of their signature quality rugs always on stock or a one-of-a kind bespoke rug designed and made especially for the occasion. While their roots are Scandinavian in origin with a passion for subtle, natural color schemes and long-lasting functional design – they are not afraid to challenge and tempt with a bolder, more colorful alternatives.
MILLION is a Copenhagen-based brand that was established to create iconic design using high quality materials and exacting production methods. Focused on a rigorous approach to design in order to create distinctive furniture, lighting and design objects, MILLION is a contemporary brand catering to the international interiors and professional markets.
ATYM's ambition is to provide luxurious interior design that is deeply embedded in the iconic Nordic style in a sophisticated and elegant manner. The most important element in the ATYM brand is the design. Each and every product from ATYM is an original design that has been worked thoroughly through to ensure that they present an item, which has not been seen before but is still recognized as Danish design in its style.