MENU’s 3DaysofDesign 2020 – A Look At The Future of Design
During 3DaysofDesign 2020, 9 industry experts were interviewed about the future of design.
As an extension of The Audo’s new interiors concept – Tomorrow’s House – this series of short interviews offers thoughts on the future of the industry, whilst remembering lessons from the past.
Recorded at The Audo Residence, a hybrid space and home of MENU, during 3DaysofDesign, we hear designers, architects, editors, photographers, authors and creative entrepreneurs share their views on production, sustainability, design history and the new art of living. Produced by The Audo and MENU.
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With thanks to the following interview subjects:
Fred Rigby — Furniture & Interior Designer, Fred Rigby Studio
Shini Park — Founder, Cubicle
Andrew Trotter — Architectural Designer, Studio Andrew Trotter & Founder, Openhouse Magazine
Nina Bruun — Founder, Nina Bruun Design Studio
Frederik Werner — Designer & Partner, Norm Architects
Marie-Louise Høstbo — Danish Design & Architectural Specialist, Independent Consultant
Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen — Founder, Norm Architects
Anne Ejlsmark Berthelsen — Founder & Architect, Atelier Plateau
Andreas Gad – Founder, Room For Squares
MENU has always been fascinated by the way in which individuals and spaces can be united through great design. In the pursuit to craft furniture, lighting and interior accessories shaped by purposeful details, high-quality materials and human needs, they create strong and lasting relations between designers, manufacturers and customers.
The sense of community that results from this union of like-minded individuals fosters a deeper sense of belonging – and products that stand the test of time, inviting human connection, inspiration and experimentation to push the boundaries of modern design.
“We truly believe that when we work collectively, we achieve more than we do individually: the sum of our work and of our connections is always greater than its parts, and our softly minimal designs and collaborative spirit help to join the dots between the home, the workplace and the service industry, redefining how we use space and, ultimately, how we connect to those around us.”
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