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EU goes Danish

Jan 19, 2012
During Denmark’s EU presidency, the Council of the European Union, better known as Justus Lipsius building (Brussels) is covered in Danish Art, Craft and Design. The project is curated by the renowned Danish architect Dorte Mandrup. The building is adorned with contemporary designs of Hay, Gubi, Lightyears,...
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During Denmark’s EU presidency, the Council of the European Union, better known as Justus Lipsius building (Brussels) is covered in Danish Art, Craft and Design. The project is curated by the renowned Danish architect Dorte Mandrup. The building is adorned with contemporary designs of Hay, Gubi, Lightyears, Cecilie Manz, Louise Campbell and many more but also a collection of 1950’s/60’s furniture of design

legends as Arne Jacobsen and Fritz Hansen. Some of them are also featured in issue #13 of TL.mag.

The Danish ceramics are presented by Pulse Contemporary Ceramics in Brussels inflatable castle.

Louise Hindsgavl - Envy, 2010 72x35x42cm
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