David Thulstrup is an award-winning architect and designer whose refined and holistic approach to architecture, interiors and product design combines his Scandinavian heritage with modern design language.

Describing his style as ‘modern simplicity’, the founder and creative director of Studio David Thulstrup has completed an international portfolio of residences, restaurants, retail, hotels, furniture and lighting. David’s practice is grounded upon honesty and humanism with an emphasis on using diverse materials thoughtfully. By taking a holistic approach David creates spaces where people feel comfortable. David holds a Masters in Interior Architecture and is an Architect MAA. In his Copenhagen-based studio he works with a multi-disciplinary team.
David Thulstrup is the designer of Font, Pair, Beam, Tile, Rudi and Taku by Møbel Copenhagen.

Gamfratesi design takes its creative drive from a fusion of tradition and renewal and in an experimental approach to their chosen materials and techniques. With their dual traditional background, Stine Gam and Enrico Fratesi draw on the classic Danish furniture and craft tradition as well as the classic Italian intellectual and conceptual approach.

Gry Holmskov primarily works in the field of furniture and product. With an education in both architecture and cabinetmaking, she strives to obtain a minimalistic, timeless and functional design focusing on tactile craftsmanship, detailing and adding a personal note.

Takumi Hirokawa is a furniture designer based in Tokyo. Hirokawa has been working with furniture design and product development for many years in both Japan and Denmark.

Working with everyday objects, Furnid finds it essential to develop designs with substance that ends up as original and reaches beyond a certain artistic trend and its limitations. By liberating from traditional and conservative thinking, Furnid is reminded that design is an art form that originates from something poetic.

Ulrik Nordentoft’s design philosophy is pragmatic, honest and hands-on with a clean and minimalistic language. While mindfully balancing aesthetics and functionality he lets the nature and quality of the materials influence the form and usability of the design, generating objects with a clear sense of timelessness.