For the AW 2018, WOUD have selected designs with simple functionalities and straight lines. Designs that can be applied in various settings. Designs that are able to be combined and customised. With these new items, there ate no need for complicated love affairs. In addition some products have received a new look.
Knaegt coat rack
Designed by Rikke Palmerston
Elegant aesthetics combined with pure functionality. Knaegt is a coat rack and hat shelf in combination. The simple repetition of wooden sticks with a leather tie passing through makes the coach rack dynamic as the line created by the sticks change depending on what is hung on the rack. Knaegt is flat packed for easy transportation and manufactured without the need advanced technology. The coat rack is modern in its expression but the vivid leather is what gives Knaegt character.
Rina mini Rhinaceros / Hibo mini Hippopotamus / Nunu mini elephant
Designed by Steffen Juul
They capture their own nature in a simple and lovable sculpture made from solid oak. Their expression can change as the head can be tilted to either side giving it a charming and wondering look on its face. On its own or together with its child/mother, they will bring enjoyment to any room it enters. Builds upon an old tradition among Danish architects and designers to make expressive wooden sculptures.
Design by Says Who
The series of side boards is inspired by wooden slate cladding found in modern architecture. With is geometric shape and horizontal slates. Array creates a strong visual effect from catching both light and shadow in the depth of the slates. The illusion of transparency is intended to create a feeling of growing curiosity as you get a glimpse of what is hidden behind the closed doors. the sleek legs lift the sideboards from the ground creating an elegant contrast between the solid wooden cabinet on top and the thin metal construction underneath.
Verde coffee table
Designed by Rikke Frost
The elegant lines from Verde mirror have been transformed into a coffee table. The oval shaped metal construction is designed with two table tops. The lower in black painted oak veneer and circular in either black or brown marble or white terrazzo. The space created between the two table tops is ideal for flowers and plants, witch has been the central idea for designer when drawing the lines for the Verde series. Verde allows you to get closer to nature and create space for a green environment inside your home.
Auka flower stand
Designed by Studio Nur
With the table top raised from the ground, Auka flower stand creates spaces for plants to grow while the solid construction makes it easy to move around.
Designed by Hanne Willmann
Gaps in the shelving system are created by moving the small trays, which allows taller objects to be placed in the open space. The various possible arrangements of the shelves makes the shelving system vivid and personal. Take the trays and place them on the different levels in the frame until you have the arrangement you like. Tray is japanese in its elegant expression. German in its solid and thorough construction.
Tray shelf is available with either black painted or natural oak wood shelves. constructed with two wide and one short shelf for the low console table and four wide and two short trays for the tall shelving system.
Designed by Yonoh
Inspired by the natural shapes of vegetation and how petals of flowers grow in organic ways. With this conception in mind, the Spanish design studio Yonoh wanted to develop a modular sofa series with the outlines of a petal flower. Designed to compose perfectly while staying organic and soft shaped. The result is four different modules with the distinctive black piping and an armrest cushion, which allows for an unlimited number of combination.
Tangent table lamp
Designed by Frederik Kurzweg
The table lamp arose from an experimental study with tubes and proportion. A clean graphical design where two steel tubes meet their tangential point of contact. On top of the inner metal tube is a opal glass shade that covers the bulb while creating a soft light when turned on and a visual effect of one cylindrical tube when turned off. Available in three distinctive colours.
Designed by Gustav Rosén
Named after Eileen Gray as a homage to the great pioneer of the modern movement in architecture. The hook is designed to create a visual effect as the viewer perceives a body even though it is only the outlines that are visible. Eileen is a surprisingly versatile hook. Clothing can both be hung over the hook and several hangers can easily be suspended in the structure. So each hook has that extra capacity to store more clothes when you have friends over.
Lean lounge chair
Designed by NUR
The colour palette of the Lean lounge chair has been extended with two new modern colours: Forest Green and Rust. From the Danish textile company Gabriel. The new colours are meant to complement the current range of calm colours while being a cold statement on its own.
Nakki bench and long ottoman
Designed by Mika Tolvanen
The Nikki series has been extended with two new variant of the original ottoman: a sleek bench and large ottoman. on n their own or in large settings with other items from the Nakki series, the new seatings have same distinctive legs, piping and soft curves.
Designed by MSDS Studio
A new, exclusive leather mattress and pillow are available for the live daybed. Combine them with the black painted frame or choose the white pigmented oak frame for a more light expression.