Chair-shaped sculptures and a doughnut-shaped paper lantern had been amongst objects displayed inside a Copenhagen residence throughout 3 Days of Design.
Yoonede – derived from the phrase “unity” – was a bunch exhibition that includes the work of 20 artists, designers and types.
The concept behind the present was to advertise collaboration, with everybody’s work displayed collectively. Some designers additionally teamed up with different individuals on their displays.
Objects had been displayed within the rooms and courtyard of an residence on Gammel Mønt, a road within the coronary heart of the Danish capital.
Line Øhlenschlæger, one of many three founders of Yoonede, advised Dezeen: “The one stipulation we made to the artists, designers and types concerned was that they need to be prepared to mix with others who might or is probably not on the identical stage.”
“Usually if you do a bunch exhibition, you’ve gotten one designer in a single nook and one designer in one other nook, however the concept right here was to elevate everybody collectively,” she stated.
Øhlenschlæger, who works as an artwork director, put collectively the exhibition in partnership with product designer Sofie Østerby and inside architect Maaria Repo.
The trio, who’re former colleagues, had lengthy wished to work collectively on an exhibition and determined to ask different creatives that they admired to affix.
They solely anticipated a number of of them to say sure, so had been shocked to see the record attain 20 individuals.
Øhlenschlæger’s contribution to the exhibition is a sequence of round tables, supported by three-pronged volumes produced from both metal or aluminium.
Østerby created a sculptural espresso desk utilizing wenge, an African hardwood, whereas Repo exhibited a bowl with a particular streaky glaze end.
MBADV – an ongoing collaboration between designers Maria Brunn and Anne Dorthe Vesyter – was behind the chair-shaped sculptures, one produced from oak and the opposite from stone.
The paper lantern, by lighting designer Laura Fiig, was suspended above a bench made by Studio Oro utilizing each epoxy resin and travertine.
Designers Anne Brandhøj and Signe Fensholt mixed expertise in wooden and ceramic to create a sequence of totem-like sculptures, whereas Atelier Madirazza introduced a grand marble-framed mirror.
Cupboard-maker Antrei Hartikainen contributed a slender, curved shelving unit in addition to mouth-blown glass vases.
Different key items included a minimal chandelier by Kasper Kjeldgaard and a woven textile by Bettina Nelson.
Manufacturers on present included Kusiner, which introduced wool carpets, and Danish audio model Iril, which confirmed its minimal audio system.
The exhibition continued exterior, the place terracotta plant pots by heritage model Bergs Potter sat alongside sculptures by artist Josefine Winding.
The founders plan to run Yoonede as an exhibition platform, in order that it will probably proceed past this 3 Days of Design debut.
“The exhibition is constructed across the want of bringing creatives collectively, studying from one another’s variations and sharing a ardour for design, artwork, and objects,” stated Østerby.
“We’re showcasing inspiring individualism whereas letting a robust and curated cohesiveness stand out,” added Repo.
The pictures is courtesy of Yoonede.
Yoonede was on present from 7 to 9 June 2023 as a part of 3 Days of Design. See Dezeen Occasions Information for data, plus a listing of different structure and design occasions happening around the globe.