THREE CITIES, THREE COUNTRIES, THREE WOMEN.

We share what we love, like and dislike about our cities.  Everything from gallery openings to the best wine bars.
The three of us all have creative backgrounds and like to share our ideas and creative thoughts with each other and by sharing it on Cityscape we hope it can give you some inspiration too!

REYKJAVIK

Björg Gunnarsdóttir

NEW YORK

Helga Jóakimsdóttir

COPENHAGEN

Bryndís Þorsteinsdóttir

DANISH DESIGNER: Camilla Aggestrup

DANISH DESIGNER: Camilla Aggestrup

 

My discovery this week is the danish furniture designer Camilla Aggestrup, owner and creative director of Aggestrup.  She is, in my opinion, an upcoming talen within interior design, and I am looking forward to following her and see what she comes up with in the future. Her creations have a beautiful graphical approach, challenging the minimalistic appearance with comfort and flexibility. 

In her new collection, #80, which is handcrafted in Denmark, she works with materials such as Linen webbing and French cane combined with ash and oak.  I myself am a big fan of the material Linen webbing, which takes me back to the 1990's, When my parents had a pair of Marcel Breuer, chair - The Cesca Chair

I love the fact that Camilla is bringing back the material, with a new modern and sharp form of expression.

Her mission is to challenge the way we interact with products in our everyday life.  

 

'IT IS IMPORTANT FOR ME TO ENHANCE THE QUALITY OF PEOPLES LIFE BY DESIGNING OBJECTS TO MAKE EVERYDAY A JOY OF COMFORTABLE AND SIMPLICITY. 

- Camilla Aggestrup -

 

 
 

 

Camilla AggestruPs furniture are designed to meet the needs of both private and public living spaces and consist of 5 different module that can be combined with variety of combinations.  

 

 
 
 

 

WE CAN IMPROVE AND CHANGE LIFE BY HIGH DESIGN THINKING.'

 

 
New York: Samurai Papa

New York: Samurai Papa

HOLLIDAY: Book guide

HOLLIDAY: Book guide