Interstudio is excited to introduce Denmark’s Skagerak furniture range to the Australian design market.
June 1st, 2017
Skagerak, a Danish outdoor and indoor furniture and design brand, is known for the long-lasting and timeless mature of its designs, which are developed with a marrying of aesthetics and function in mind.
Skagerak collaborates with talented, handpicked international designers, selected for their skillset and commitment, to not only good design, but also the world in which we live. This collaboration driven approach has resulted in an eclectic fusion that works across all spheres of modern life.
With a wide collection of interior and outdoor furniture and accessories using an extensive range of materials, the designs fit with how we live and work and play. Skagerak designs around the passion for products that generate memorable meetings between people and sustainability.
Skagerak sees sustainable design, a core feature of its design philosophy, as creating products that ensure a long-life span by both aesthetic and functional qualities. This is achieved by creating designs that will be relevant in twenty years’ time as if it was today. The entire philosophy of Skagerak is that design is natural part of our everyday life.
Things should be designed to last, to age well and accumulate stories. Skagerark believes that in our world, good stories and relationships are what matter most, and strive to design products that facilitates memorable meetings between people.
Interstudio bringing this range down under is the start a long-lasting design journey for professional designers and enthusiasts alike.
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