The new collection from 101 Copenhagen has its origin in the Japanese Zen Garden, with inspirations found in traditional garden tools and organic shapes of nature.
Introducing 101 Copenhagen’s latest collection — a fusion of Japanese Zen Gardens and minimalist design. Experience the sculptural elegance of Foku Chair, inspired by Zen Garden rake tools. Its fluted seat mirrors the gentle lines of sand and stone gardens, while providing luxurious comfort. Choose from Off-White Bouclé or versatile Taupe Sunproof fabric, resistant to stains and sunlight.
Illuminate your space with light sculptures of glowing LED lamps. The ethereal Ghost Chandelier, this minimalist marvel merges light and sculpture, creating a captivating graphic design. With warm LED light and bronze metal fittings, it adds an artistic charm to any interior. The vertical Bow Lamp, elegantly bended like the string of a traditional Japanese bow, adds a sleek architectural detail. The Neon Table, a hybrid between side table and floor lamp, embraces the concept of furniture as artistic objects.
Indulge in the perfect balance of sharp lines and gentle curves with the Tribu Lounge Chair. Its fiber concrete base and soft cushion pay homage to tribal sculptures, while the hand-painted finish and Taupe Sunproof fabric exude refined beauty.
Rising from the ground like an art sculpture, the Artist Dining Table elegantly balances geometric shapes to form a vocal point in any interior. Together with the Arc Dining Table, Artist goes perfectly togther with Brutus Dining Chair, embracing a tactile and stone-looking surface. Combine with the new ceramic W-Candle Holder for a brutalistic and architectural interior scheme. Decorate your interior with organic shapes and objetcs inspired by nature.
As an ode to the Japanese art of drapery, Orimono Vases reminisces the beauty of natural textiles falling in lavish and soft curves. Shinju, the Japanese word for Pearl, is a collection of oblong trays carried on ceramic pearls, ideal for storage and decorations. Beautifully sculpted with an uneven surface, the Curve Bowls adds an organic softness to any interior.
Explore new variations of the popular Toe Chair. The Art Deco inspired lounge chair is now availabe in luxuoius Off-White sheepskin or versatile Taupe Sunproof fabric, resistant to stains and sunlight.
Immerse yourself in the serenity of a Japanese Zen Garden and the elegance of minimalist design. Elevate your space with 101 Copenhagen’s exceptional collection and embrace the art of living.
FOKU LOUNGE CHAIR
A SCULPTURAL LOUNGE CHAIR INSPIRED BY JAPANESE GARDEN TOOLS.
DISCOVER THE BEAUTY OF ORGANIC DESIGN - INTRODUCING CURVE BOWL - A HANDMADE CERAMIC MASTERPIECE.
A STRIKING FUSION OF MINIMALISM AND GRAPHIC LIGHTING DESIGN.
EMBRACE SERENITY EXPLORING THE TRANQUILLITY OF NORWEGIAN LIVING SPACE.VIEW THE COLLECTION
CAPTIVATING ARTISTRY - THE ENCHANTING GUGGENHEIM SERIES.
EMBRACE TRANQUILITY IN A MID-CENTRY LIVING SPACE ADORNED WITH SOFT CALM COLORS AND THE LUXURIOUS TRIBU LOUNGE CHAIR.
TOE LOUNGE CHAIR
A Tribute to 70s futuristic design and space age, Toe is a lounge chair with expressive aesthetics and high seating comfort. Characterised by a sculptural approach to furniture design, the Toe Lounge Chair has a thick fluted upholstery running from seat to back, creating a linear and voluminous shape. The open chair form gives a free and easy seating experience, while the special combination of different kinds of foam ensures an overall high seating comfort.
DROP CHANDELIER SERIES
Drop Chandelier and Drop Chandelier Bulp - two collections designed by Kristian Sofus Hansen & Tommy Hyldahl. With modernist influences from the 1950s and an experimental, innovative approach, these chandeliers offer a free-flowing sculpture that captivates the space with countless options and variations. Crafted with care, the plated metal bodies and circular opal glass lampshades emit a warm, pleasant light, turning the chandeliers into elegant and sculptural objects on the ceiling.
Our timeless and classic furniture, lights and ceramics are designed to stand the test of time and maintain their appeal over many years. They are inspired by traditional styles and materials, but with a modern twist to make them suitable for contemporary homes.