SE Year 2000
May 24 - July 30, 2000

SCANDINAVIAN TRADE MART
Bella Center A/S. Center Boulevard. DK-2300 Copenhagen S

Opening times:
During Scandinavian Furniture Fair. 24.5 - 28.5 : 9.00 - 18.00
Thereafter: mandag - torsdag: 9.00 - 17.00. fredag: 9.00 - 16.30

Our thanks to the following organisations, which have supported the arrangement of SE 2000:

SCANDINAVIAN TRADE MART. Danmarks Nationalbanks Jubilæumsfond af 1968. Den Danske Banks Fond. Grosserer L. F. Foghts Fond. Københavns Snedkerlaug. Skandinavisk Tobakskompagni’s Gavefond. Thomas B. Thriges Fond

Patron: Her Majesty Queen Ingrid

Exhibition designers:Niels Hvass & Carsten N. Becker
Photography: Erik Brahl et al. Exhibition poster: Maria Hagerup. Printers: Lito Tryk Svendborg A/S. CD-ROM: Ib Rasmussen

Secretariat:
SE c/o Dot Brenøe. Nybovej 2. 3490 Kvistgård. Tel. +45 4916 1231. Fax +45 4919 3881


Exhibitors SE



Filnavne: M057A.PCD, M057B.PCD
Design: M057 Thomas Alken
Tel. +45 2840 1760
Fax +45 3526 1760
Producer: A: MH Stålmøbler A/S
Tel. +45 6441 0490
Fax +45 6441 1747
Materials: A: Steel tubing, wool, fur
B: Steel tubing, metal sheet, and felt or leather

A: THE "ZENITH" ROCKING STOOL

Zenith is an innovative stool for both children and adults. The user can sit astride the stool as well as in a conventional position. Thus, apart from allowing a free and open hip-angle, the stool also encourages a healthy spinal posture.

Zenith has been designed for use at work, at home and in schools - in fact in any situation in which people have sedentary work.

Zenith is stackable and is available in five sizes.

B: THE "JAMES" STACKING STOOL

Classical, sturdy and easy to produce.

Covering to choice.


File name: M070.PCD
Design: M070 Carsten N. Becker
Tel. +45 3920 1709
Fax +45 3920 1709
Sponsor: Fyns Faconspænd
Tel. +45 6269 1422
Material: Stress-formed beech veneer

PLAY FURNITURE FOR CHILDREN

Children play, act out their fantasies and are in constant movement. Children grow. Children sit in chairs for only a few minutes at a time and use furniture in a completely different way from adults. With all this in mind, I have designed a set of furniture consisting of six stools in different sizes. They can be put together horizontally and vertically in various. This furniture appeals to the imagination and to creativity and encourages children to create order from chaos.

The set consists of six stress-formed shells in beech veneer. They vary in height between 25 and 30 cm.


File name: M001.PCD
Design: M001 Bernt
Tel. +45 4495 1326
Fax +45 4495 1333
Producer: B.C. Inventar A/S

DISK - DESK AND MEETING TABLE

The importance attached to ergonomics in today's work environment, together with the dominance of the computer screen, has created a need for workstations with unprecedented built-in flexibility. The individual must have the freedom to rearrange his or her workplace many times during the day. Partly to change posture and avoid physically harmful routines and partly to accomodate varying work tasks.

The DISK table, developed for B.C. Inventar A/S, meets this need and, with its circular shape, functions both as a desk and as a meeting table.


Filnavn: M003.PCD
Design: M003 Design 134: Bjørli Lundin, Erling Christoffersen, Flemming Steen Jensen
Tel. +45 3543 4478
Fax +45 3543 4479
Web home6.inet.tele.dk/dsign134/
Producer: M065 Copenhagen Technical School, Cabinetmaking line.
Apprentice joiner Johannes Toldam
Tel. +45 3641 1580
Materials: Elm and metal.

CHAIR

A chair in which the seat/back are of glued elm staves. (The seat and/or back are usually laminated, steam-formed or curved.) The staves in the seat are identical, except that the edges of the two outer staves are bevelled. The staves in the back are also identical, with no bevelling.

Because of the irregular graining of elm and the resultant risk of splits in the wood when the chair is used, the number of elements has been kept to a minimum. This property is important, as there is nothing to hold the staves together transversely. The problem is probably most marked in the back, as the metal underframe provides cross-bracing for the seat.


File name: M006.PCD
Design: M006 Ole Gjerløv-Knudsen
Tel. +45 4835 4084
Producers: M046 PP Møbler
Tel. +45 4817 2106
Fax +45 4817 0863
Poul Olsson
Tel. +45 4818 8171
Material: Cherrywood

THINGUMMYJIG TABLE

Thingummyjigs have minds of their own. They come and go as they please. They hide in the strangest places and quite simply vanish. Thingummyjigs are too small to be categorised and organised into systems. They should preferably be both neatly stowed away and to hand at one and the same time. They range from tiny useless things to utensils, objets d'art and our dearest possessions. They are an important part of most people's lives.


File name: M060.PCD
Design: M060 Troels Grum-Schwensen
Tel. +45 3543 4472
Fax +45 3543 4473
Producer: M038 E.O. Jönsson
Tel. +45 4494 1166
Fax +45 4494 1145
Materials: Birch plywood, stainless steel, leather

"FLYING FLOAT" - DECKCHAIR WITH ADJUSTABLE BACK

Plinth and back are plywood frames covered in a "skin" of thin, springy aeroplane veneer. The armrests in tubular stainless steel separate the movable back from the plinth. The armrests and back are adjusted with a simple push-pull system with four friction wheels.

If the armrests/back are moved forward, the more horizontal angle results in a comparatively upright, steep angle for the back that matches the short, armchair-like sitting position. When the armrests/back are moved back, the seat becomes deeper and the angle of the back shallower. The system thus allows adjustment of the chair to individual needs.


File name: M041.PCD
Design: M041 Niels Hvass
Tel. +45 3543 3109
Fax +45 3543 3209
Material: Stress-formed beech

CHILD'S WORKTABLE

The tables can be put together in circles and in straight or winding lines.

They can be supplied with or without connectors.

The tables can be stacked compactly.

The top can be either horizontal or sloping. There is an open compartment for pens and pencils.


File name: M013.PCD
Design: M013 Lise og Hans Isbrand
Tel. +45 8681 4766
Fax +45 8681 4765
Producer: A: M043 Cabale A/S
Tel. +45 9740 2433
Fax +45 9740 4333
Producer: B: M034 Niels Roth Andersen
Tel. +45 3672 1530
Fax +45 3672 1630
Materials: A: Maple-veneered table, steel legs
B: Ash and leather

A. TABLE WITH STEEL LEGS

The table legs are made from steel plate that is laser-cut and then closed to produce a three-dimensional shape. This simple production method achieves both volume and strength.

The tabletop has a maple veneer and the legs are attached directly to the top's undersurface.

Sponsors: Sørvad Møbelfabrik A/S and M. Graversens Metalvarefabrik A/S

B. FOLDING STOOL

The stool consists of two stress-formed ash elements. These elements are "forked" together to form a V. The "V" is then fitted with a seat in black leather and kept in shape by a stress-formed wooden element.

This is an informal piece of furniture, an extra leg - a stick. It can be used as a support in situations in which you look, listen, converse - when you move from one place to another, or when the task you are performing requires you to alternate between sitting and standing.


File name: M025.TIF
Design: M025 Aleksej Iskos
Tel. +45 3555 4933
Fax +45 3555 4933
Producer: M064 Källemo AB
Tel. +46 (0)370 150 00
Fax +46 (0)370 150 60
Material: Plastic

GROUND FLOOR

Stackable seating for indoor and outdoor use.

A plastic sheet becomes three-dimensional to give you the best possible sitting comfort.

A chair that can be used anywhere - floor, lawn or beach.


Filnavn: M036.PCD
Design: M036 Hans Sandgren Jakobsen
Tel.: +45 8632 0048
Fax : +45 8632 4803
Producer: M030 Fredericia Furniture A/S
Tel. +45 7592 3344
Fax +45 7592 3876
Materials: Stress-formed beech and steel legs

"GRANDLIT" BED

What do you expect of your bed? A comfortable lying position, naturally. After all, you spend a considerable proportion of your life in it.

Yes, but: does achieving that comfort mean that your bed has to be a heavy, immovable object?

There is no need to try out "Grandlit"! It is just as comfortable as other good beds. Instead, consider its aesthetic qualities. And its flexibility. For example, the table and two back supports can be placed anywhere around the bed. And the two wheels make "Grandlit" very easy to move around.

Sponsors:
Dunlopillo: Top-mattress and under-mattress
Form-Press A/S: Stress-formed panels, night table and back supports
web-comfort.com: Bed linen and duvet

File name: M044.PCD
Design: M044 Sussi Berggreen Osmark
Tel.: +45 3324 3039 / +45 2225 6757
Material: Birch

SIDE TABLE

The table has been designed for domestic use. It can serve as a side-table to a sofa, a favourite armchair or your bed - or placed wherever a small table is needed.

With its simple shape, it is usable anywhere and its size makes it easy to move around.

You can put your newspaper or book on the round shelf.

The table can be used alone or combined with others, as shown here - for example, to make a large coffee table.



File names: M069.PCD, M069A.PCD
Design: M069 Pelikan Design
Tel.: +45 3333 9950
Fax : +45 3333 9952
Producer: A: Form-Press A/S
Tel. +45 7519 2122
Fax +45 7519 2530
Producer: B: M040 Bent Krogh Stålmøbler A/S
Tel. +45 8652 0922
Fax +45 8652 3698
Producer: C: M037 Erik Jørgensen Møbelfabrik A/S
Tel. +45 6221 5300
Fax +45 6222 9024
Materials: A: Beech
B: Stainless steel, upholstery: M054 Kvadrat: Glove
C: Stainless steel, leather

A: "WARMLINE" DOORHANDLE

In the modern world, door handles are either made from cold steel or inferior plastic.

The "Warmline" doorhandle takes us back to the warm, touch-friendly characteristics of wood.

With today's stress-forming techniques and CNC milling systems, the door handle can be produced at competitive prices.

B: "VIVO" STACKING CHAIR

A piece of flat spring steel is cut through the back-leg frame and joined under the seat to the front legs - a very simple chair frame.

Three elliptical upholstered shells in steadily smaller sizes are mounted on the flat spring steel, which thus functions as a flexible backbone.

VIVO is a living chair that gives the sitter excellent back support.

C: OMEGA FREESWINGER

The stressed spring-steel frame bears the leather-clad seat/armrest shell.

The leather-clad back shell is mounted in the seat with a built-in spring mechanism. Leather cushions in the seat and for the small of the back completes this exclusive conference/visitor's chair.

The structure has been designed to provide mobility and comfort that make even long meetings a pleasure.


File name: M026.PCD
Design: M026 Søren Ulrik Petersen
Tel. +45 3539 9326
Fax : +45 3537 2802
E-mail: sup@mail.dk
Producer: M046 PP Møbler
Tel. +45 4817 2106
Fax +45 4817 0863
E-mail: ppmobler@ppdk.com
Web: www.ppdk.com
Material: Ash

"SLOW CHAIR" ARMCHAIR

This chair is an experiment in creating an armchair with a harmony and comfort that speak to our innermost "sitting feelings". It is also an attempt to create a "cousin" for our earlier "Suppose" chair, with a character derived from precompressed wooden staves. In this new chair, we have come close to the limit to what can be achieved with precompressed staves, as it is difficult to find wood suitable for pre-compression in these lengths.

I have tried to make the back a supporting surface that also gives to accommodate the body's shape. It is a structure that results in a lightweight chair.

File name: M051.PCD
Design: M051 Steen Dueholm Sehested
Tel.: +45 3253 4449
Fax : +45 3253 4449
Materials: MDF panels, ramin staves

CHAIR

THE CREATION



File names: M022.TIF, M022A.TIF
Design: M022 Peter L. Stephensen
Tel.: +45 3333 7010
Fax : +45 3333 7012
Producers: Wilno Rustfri
Tel. +45 4913 9132
Fax +45 4913 9952
Inventarsnedkeriet Leif Littau A/S
Tel. +45 4396 4039
Fax +45 4396 6444
Materials: Stainless steel, cast aluminium, ash

FURNITURE/RADIATOR SYSTEM

It has often proved difficult to fit radiators neatly into large spaces such as lobbies, traffic terminals and auditoria. And the conventional wall-hung radiators also look out of place in kitchens and bathrooms.

This system has been designed for use in such locations.

The basic element is a stainless radiator element to which, with the help of simple components, various types of furniture can be attached - benches, tables, notice boards, mirrors.


File name: M011.PCD
Design: M011 Christina Strand
Tel.: +45 3543 4440 / 3543 3009
Fax : +45 3543 3009
Producer: Copenhagen Technical School
Tel. +45 3252 7039 #127
Fax +45 3252 8045
Material: Ash

COFFEE AND CAKE




File names: M074A.PCD, M074B.PCD, M074.PCD
Design: M074 Johnny Sørensen
Tel.: +45 3332 5030
Fax : +45 3332 4272
Producer: A: M045 Magnus Olesen A/S
Tel. +45 9759 2411
Fax +45 9759 2922
Producer: B: M059 Erik Boisen A/S
Tel. +45 7536 1144
Fax +45 7536 4528
Materials: A: Maple, hard rubber, steel and leather
B: Maple, aluminium, rubber

A. CHAIR

Chair with a static, robust seat structure and slightly springy back consisting of horizontal slats braced with hard rubber.

B. INFORMATION STANDS / MAGAZINE HOLDER

Freestanding, mobile information stands made from identically formed curved elements connected with aluminium spacers.


File name: M010.PCD
Design: M010 Dan Svarth
Tel.: +45 3542 3169
Fax : +45 3543 2024
Producers: Hvalsøe Køkkener / Søren Garde, cabinetmaker
Master smith Jeppe Bernild
Tel. +45 4495 9399
Fax +45 4495 9390
Materials: Maple and steel

LONG TABLE WITH CHAIR

Table on steel columns.

The chair has two side panels that hold a cold-formed plywood seat in a single, flowing shape.

 
Design: M024 Hans Chr. Teller
Tel.: +45 4971 7031
Producer: A.H. Design Aps.
Tel. +45 6590 3002
Fax +45 6590 3588

ACE OF DIAMONDS


File name: M068.PCD
Design: M068 Rud Thygesen
Producer: A: M058 Botium
Tel. +45 3251 6965
Fax +45 3251 3345
Producer: B: M045 Magnus Olesen A/S
Tel. +45 9759 4211
Fax +45 9759 2922
Producer: C: M034 Niels Roth Andersen
Tel. +45 3672 1530
Fax +45 3672 1630
Materials: A: Alcantara
C: Maple

A. TWO-SEAT SOFA

B. STACKING CHAIR

C. LOW EASY CHAIR WITH UPHOLSTERED SEAT


File name: M050.PCD
Design og
produktion:
M050 Hanne Vedel
Tel.: +45 7462 3012
Fax : +45 7462 3112
Material: Pure new wool

DOUBLE-WOVEN CARPET

The double-woven carpet is made from pure new wool. The carpet has been designed to produce an asymmetrical colour effect.

Depending on the size needed, sowing results in this striped effect being achieved across the carpet or along its length. For example, a 2 X 3 m carpet will have transverse stripes and a 3 x 4 m carpet will have longitudinal stripes.

The hand-woven braiding in 10 standard colours permits the carpet's appearance to be varied in countless ways and allows it to be adjusted to the specific requirement.


Invited guest exhibitors

 
Design: G012 Frank Holgersen
Tel.: +45 3526 3522
Materials: Felt, plywood and zip

CHAIR IN FELT

A chair in felt, with a plywood core. The two parts of the chair are zipped together. When packed away, the chair is no thicker than two layers of carpet, so it does not take up much space when stored or transported. Inexpensive to produce.



Filnavn: G013A.PCD, G013B.PCD
Design: G013 Cecilie Manz
Tel.: +45 3555 1164
Fax : +45 3555 1164
E-mail : cmanz@mobilixnet.dk
Producer: A: M046 PP Møbler
Tel.: +45 4817 2106
Fax : +45 4817 0863
Materials: A: Maple
B: Powder-lacquered aluminium, carbon fibre

A: CLOTHES TREE

A tree for clothing

B: DOCUMENT CABINET

A cabinet with loose trays for the storage of documents.

100 hanging files.


Guest exhibitors


File name: G015.PCD
Design: G015 Jakob Berg
Tel.: +45 +45 3582 5929 / 3887 7857
Fax : +45 3887 7857
Material: Laminated, stress-formed beech

STACKING CHAIR


File name: G016.PCD
Design: G016 Stinse Blem Bidstrup
Tel.: +45 3257 0057
Fax : +45 3257 0057
Materials: Maple (amaranth / bobinga)

TRAY TABLE

The tables consist of rhomboid, reversible trays and quadratic underframes.

The tables can stand alone, be stacked or be displayed in kaleidoscopic patterns.


File name: G017.PCD
Design: G017 Dogg Gudmundsdottir
Tel.: +45 4492 0092 / 2617 0905
Fax : +45 4492 0264
Producers: Brønnum Plast
Tel.: +45 4492 0092
Fax : +45 4492 0264
Klaus Blomqvist Kleinsmedie
Tel.: +45 3585 7548
Fax : +45 3585 7538
Damvig
Tel.: +45 4399 3736
Fax : +45 4399 3388
Materials: Metal, acrylic, polyurethane

SAKE - FOUR CHAIRS AND A TABLE

A furniture concept for the kitchen or bar, inspired by the Japanese flag. The concept consists of four chairs and a table.

The idea is for people to sit at the table, close to each other, with the bowl as the focal point. The table and chairs do not occupy much space in a small kitchen or bar.

The red ring is used as embedded rings and spheres in the chairs and as a bowl in the table.


File name: G018.PCD
Design: G018 Anette Hermann
Tel.: +45 3555 1164
Fax : +45 3555 1164
Material: Polypropylene

LIGHT CUSHIONS

Cushions with lights in them.


File name: G019.PCD
Design: G019 Kamp Volf Design v. Anne Kamp & Mette Volf
Tel.: +45 8730 0397 / 2425 5965 / 2425 5967
Materials: Stainless steel, aluminium and concrete/glass

"JOSEPHINE" AND A TABLE

The relationship between chair and table: The chair and the table are two pieces of furniture with widely differing functions, but they often form a group. The table is the gathering point, formalising the meeting that is represented by the chairs. The chair is an extension of the body and, as such, can be seen as a symbol of the individual. When table and chair are put together, they tell their own story of togetherness, rules and traditions. We wanted the table and the chairs to reinforce and emphasise each other, as well as functioning individually. It was therefore important to us for each to be designed with the other in mind - for them to be integrated - without either sacrificing its "independence".


File name: G020.PCD
Design: G020 M016 Erik Krogh & team
Tel.: +45 3527 7620 / +45 3963 4333
Fax : +45 3527 7601
Prototypes: Version 1: Lars Hansen, master cabinetmaker, Denmark's Design School
Version 3: The designer
Materials: Version 1: Maple
Version 2: Pre-compressed beech
Version 3: Copper-plated steel mesh.

DOGMA PROJECT - VERSION 1: CHAIR WITH DRAWERS

A chair with drawers, in maple.

An interpretation of the archetypal "cubic chair", in which the upholstery is replaced by useful drawers that make use of every single cubic centimetre.

As a result, the chair provides entirely new possibilities in relation to the accessibility of things in small spaces.

DOGMA PROJECT - VERSION 2: PLAITED CHAIR IN PRE-COMPRESSED BEECH

An interpretation of the archetypal "cubic chair", in which the upholstery is replaced by a characterful, light structure.

An attempt to optimise the pre-compression technique's environmental benefits: low-tech manufacture, without glue, screws or other "foreign" components.

DOGMA PROJECT - VERSION 3: SPRUNG CHAIR IN COPPER-PLATED STEEL MESH

An interpretation of the archetypal "cubic chair", in which the upholstery is replaced by a sprung structure.

The chair's intricate transparency and mobile volatility will create an exciting relationship with its surroundings.


File name: G20B.PCD
Design: G014 Pernille Vea
Tel.: +45 3555 4933
Fax : +45 3555 4933
Producer: Steenberg Møbelsnedkeri
Tel.: +45 4494 8738
Fax : +45 4484 6308
Material: Walnut veneered plywood

DOGMA PROJECT - VERSION 4: THE SPROUT

The wood appears to have surrendered and allowed itself to be given a geometrical form.


File name: G020A.PCD
Design: G023 Igor Kolobaric
Tel.: +45 3555 4933
Fax : +45 3555 4933
Materials: Silicon rubber, metal

DOGMA PROJECT - VERSION 5: SILICONIX

An archetype executed in a different way.

A chair that, with its thick, semi-transparent upholstery, radiates mystical and futuristic qualities of silicone rubber as a furnishing material. The upholstery's encapsulated air bubbles and the metal structure combine to create an almost cartoon-like archetypal image of a ghost. Siliconix invites you to sit in it!


File name: G020C.PCD
Design: G012 Frank Holgersen
Tel.: +45 3526 3522
Materials: Version 6: 4 x 4" pre-compressed wooden battens
Version 7: Ø 4 steel wire
Version 8: Plywood

DOGMA PROJECT - VERSION 6: "CHAOS STRUCTURE" CHAIR IN PRE-COMPRESSED WOOD

An interpretation in which upholstery is replaced by pre-compressed slats of beech compressed into a simple shape that achieves stability when dried.

DOGMA PROJECT - VERSION 7: "CHAOS STRUCTURE" CHAIR IN IRON WIRE

An interpretation in which upholstery is replaced by compressed iron wire, resulting in a gentle springing effect.

DOGMA PROJECT - VERSION 8: CHAIR MADE FROM VERTICAL SECTIONS OF PLYWOOD

An interpretation in which upholstery is replaced by compressed iron wire, resulting in a gentle springing effect.

Sponsor: Finérhandelen.


File name: G021.PCD
Design: G021 Henrik Leander
Tel.: +45 3526 1760 / 2068 7670
Fax : +45 3526 1760
Producer: Jacob Trolle
Tel.: +45 3583 5494 / 4074 9025
Materials: Stress-formed veneer / maple

MULTIFUNCTIONAL FURNITURE

The design of the furniture I present here has been inspired by ancient Egyptian chairs.

One of the things I find fascinating about the furniture of ancient Egypt is the many examples of very special shaping they used when they were designing the seats of their chairs. Examples from that time have seats made from wood but that seem to be pieces of cloth attached to the four corners of the chair. This characteristic was apparently meaningful for them, as it must have been rather difficult to achieve this effect. The seat forms a double-bend bowl shape, as though it held an enormous, heavy sphere. In this way, the seat expresses its being - that it is a container. Both inviting because of its open shape and descriptive of its purpose.

I have tried to use this to design a small set of furniture consisting of a stool and a larger seat that can accommodate several people. Both can also be used as low tables.

These pieces of furniture are suitable for both private homes and semi-official waiting rooms, at places such as museums, where the larger seat can be used to take a much-needed rest.


File name: G022.PCD
Design: G022 Heidi Lund
Tel.: +45 3543 4300
Fax : +45 3526 0515
Producer: Bahnsen Collection
Tel.: +45 6473 1188
Fax : +45 6473 1178
Materials: Steel tubing, upholstery and stress-formed ash veneer

CHAIR

A minimised and aesthetically light chair. Its design includes a small shelf that can be used for a book, a cup, a notepad or a remote control.

The chair can be stacked and used in conference rooms, reception areas and private homes.


File name: G011.PCD
Design: G011 Carlo Volf
Tel.: +45 3555 4933
Fax : +45 3555 4933
Materials: Beech slats/legs, steel fittings

CHAIR

The chair's sitting surface consists of 12 spindles in an ellipse around the central point. Four more spindles have been used for the legs, making 16 in all.

The chair has been inspired by the classical spindleback chair, but the aim has been to innovate, in terms of both structure and character.

It is stackable in stacks of approx. four chairs.