A New Wave - Danish Design Watches

A New Wave – Danish Design Watches!

Danish Design Timeless Elegance

Danish Design has achieved international fame with watches that combine timeless style and elegance with high quality and attractive prices. The extensive collection guarantees optimum freedom of choice: there literally is a Danish Design watch to everybody’s taste. For 2012 the collection has been enriched with several new models! (more…)

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A New Wave Of Style - Danish Design Watches

A new wave of style – Danish Design watches!

Danish Design

Danish Design has achieved international fame with watches that combine timeless style and elegance with high quality and attractive prices. The extensive collection guarantees optimum freedom of choice: there literally is a Danish Design watch to everybody’s taste. For 2012 the Danish Design watches collection has been enriched with several new models! (more…)

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The timeless beauty of Danish Design watches

The timeless beauty of Danish Design watches

Since 1988 the Danish Design watches have gained widespread appreciation for their timeless, cool design. They represent the clear outlined style that started with the German Bauhaus philosophy of ‘functiondominated form’. In Denmark after the Second World War this style developed into an original mixture of functional design and traditional craftsmanship. In the 1960’s and 1970’s the easy to recognize Danish designstyle became world-famous by the work of furniture designers such as Verner Panton and architects like Jørn Utzon who was responsible for the striking Sydney Opera House. (more…)

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Danish Designers Strike Again

Danish designers strike again

The Danish design school has brought forth a great amount of industrial designers, architects and furniture designers, who became world famous with their creations. Especially since the seventies, the elegant and almost minimalistic work of these designers became extremely popular, thanks to timeless designs like the Ant Chair by Arne Jacobsen, the Sydney Opera House (a design of Jørn Utzon), the Copenhagen Opera House (by Henning Larsen), the kitchen accessories by Jens Quistgaard, the PH Artichoke lamp of Poul Henningsen, the furniture of Republic and the table- and glassware of Bodum. Brands like LEGO, Bang & Olufsen, Jacob Jensen Design, Stelton en Skagen (and currently Eva Solo en Menu) have contributed to the fame of ‘Danish design’. (more…)

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