Coming Collection AW20

Drift

Designed by Anders Pfeffer Gjengedal

Anders Pfeffer Gjendal is a respected artist from Norway with great sense of creativity and known for creating beautiful shapes. But this is only a small part of what Gjengedal has achieved. At the age of seven he started practicing dance and this laid the foundation for later studying ballet on several different academy’s over the world. He became very successful and a well-known ballet dancer but after many year of dance and injury’s he decided to do something else. Today Anders is creating art in his own workshop in Norway.

Anders Pfeffer Gjengedal explores objects in wood and stone. From smaller sculptures and vases as produced for Cooee to larger thematic sculptures at curated exhibitions. The materials he finds locally in the area around the workshop in Asker, Norway. Ash, oak and granite play the leading role to become tactile and organic objects that gives a presence in the room. Cooee have developed some of his design in wood and found a new way to transform them to hollow ceramic vases with multiple use.

“The nature around us is constantly shaped by the elements. From the major changes through the ice ages to weather's daily impact on a mountain birch and sand on a beach. Soft lines and organic forms are created. Even a seemingly straight horizon has a slight curve. In our homes, we are surrounded by straight lines and digital surfaces, so a soft shape on a objekt can be a welcoming and comfortable place to rest your eyes” - Anders Pfeffer Gjengedal

 The objects are hand carved by artist and former ballet dancer Anders Pfeffer Gjengedal in his workshop close to Oslo in Norway. We then transform them to ceramic hollow vases making them possible to use with water and fresh flowers. The ceramic vases have a rough and sandy surface. The process has been complex and taken us a longer time to develop.

The organic shape creates shadow play and life to the product.

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In stock: November


lykke

Designed by Tim Torp Hansen

The inspiration for creating Lykke was the desire to make both a classical yet forward-looking design-piece. Finding inspiration in the world of sailboats and their knots, a simple geometry was created, one that is both satisfying yet complex to look at.
"Designed as an infinity knot, Lykke is a calming presence that works both as a warm lightgiver and as a beautiful object. The lightness and subtle movements of the flame stands in contrast to the heaviness of the knot. Lykke possesses a sculptural quality that pleases the eye even when not in use”.

- Tim Torp Hansen

 

5'7 is a Copenhagen–based studio with an experimental approach to contemporary furniture and product design. Founded by architect Tim Torp Hansen in 2020.
Our design approach is a pursuit of making the combination of aesthetics, quality and the element of surprise come together on a higher level. We believe that good design always is a conversation between the past, present and future.

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Electroplated

A brand new look!

With a new finish on the iconic, Pillar vases, with the electroplated ceramic it adds a new dimension to the soft, matte collection.

You will also find this surface on our new products Lykke and Knot table.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Paper ornament

 

We are happy to launch new products to our Christmas collection!

The paper ornament comes in two different models and three matching colors.

 

The product will be purchased in pair in a nice gift box.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Knot Table

 

Knot Table is a beautiful object in the shape of an eternity knot.

The production of the Knot collection is very technical process of manufacturing and every piece requires manual work to make this possible. The Knot Table comes in two sizes and four colours.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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In stock: November