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3daysofdesign Continues Its Success

For the better part of the last decade, 3daysofdesign has organically grown into a premier annual design event in Scandinavia. From 26–28 May, over 50 participating showrooms, galleries, and companies in Copenhagen opened their doors to the public and trade visitors alike.Event director Signe Byrdal...
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Text by Ray Hu

For the better part of the last decade, 3daysofdesign has organically grown into a premier annual design event in Scandinavia. From 26–28 May, over 50 participating showrooms, galleries, and companies in Copenhagen opened their doors to the public and trade visitors alike.

Event director Signe Byrdal Terenziani has capitalized on the Danish capital city’s cultural offerings and its design community, featuring established brands alongside emerging designers and companies. Thus, the success of the event is as much a catalyst of the growing interest in Scandinavian design as it is a reflection of it.

Interior design at the Swiss Embassy, curated by Studio Alfredo Häberli (photo by Filippo Bamberghi)
Interior design at the Swiss Embassy, curated by Studio Alfredo Häberli (photo by Filippo Bamberghi)
Samuel Accoceberry photo by Filippo Bamberghi)
Samuel Accoceberry photo by Filippo Bamberghi)
&tradition (photo by Filippo Bamberghi)
&tradition (photo by Filippo Bamberghi)
DUX (photo by Filippo Bamberghi)
DUX (photo by Filippo Bamberghi)
Raf Simons for Kvadrat (photo by Filippo Bamberghi)
Raf Simons for Kvadrat (photo by Filippo Bamberghi)
Please Wait to be Seated (photo by Filippo Bamberghi)
Please Wait to be Seated (photo by Filippo Bamberghi)
Radisson Blu (photo by Filippo Bamberghi)
Radisson Blu (photo by Filippo Bamberghi)
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