Pure & Original highlights Copenhagen 3 Days of Design ‘23

As Female Interior Creators, Lasut & Braun went to 3 Days of Design in Copenhagen and captured all the highlights for Pure & Original. In these highlights, Feikje Lasut and Anne Braun take you on a design journey that includes the latest innovations, most inspiring presentations and absolute must-sees in Copenhagen.

AUDO copenhagen

Audo Copenhagen’s aesthetic philosophy is soft minimalism, characterised by clean lines, calmness, subtle strength, earth tones and materials from nature crafted with the utmost respect. Similarly, their new Concept shop; Artistic and inviting curated by @christianmandersen, is an intimate exploration of the home. a series of inspirational spaces supported by the use of painterly colours from St Leo that draw inspiration from rural homes in France and Italy.

The furniture is upholstered in an eclectic mix of furniture fabrics from Dedar, Christian Lacroix (of Designers Guild) and Kelly Wearstler, among others.



A peek inside the home of & Tradition so big you’d almost get lost. Four floors with different staircases and exciting vistas and distinct use of colour everywhere, you wander from one space to another.

One of the first rooms you enter is a tribute to Danish designer Verner Panton, who often passes by during the 3days of design. A setting from the 1970s has been recreated exactly as it was presented back then. Besides interiors, there is also a small shop with exclusive items and a new line of scented products from the brand.

The process from sketch to product takes centre stage in several rooms . And as you explore the four floors, you will find two rooms dedicated to famous Spanish artist and designer Jaime Hayon. A theatre decor with extra-large figures illustrated by Hayon envelops visitors as they enter.


FOGIA x BYBORRE at the social house in Copenhagen

TheSocialHouse is a composite members’ club for people seeking a life in balance and a business in growth. Here Fogia showed their collection executed in the beautiful fabrics of ByBorre a fantastic combination with the Danish design label and the perfect place for these 2 innovative companies.


Retro vibes at Verpan, sofas meander through the spaces accompanied by wonderfully soft floor coverings wave curtains and distinctly retro colours. Here, too, we see the combination of reds and greens passing by in subtle ways.

For Verner Panton, VERPAN is the main contemporary keeper of the renowned Danish designer’s story. Founded in 2003, Panton’s curated collection of lighting and furniture now includes his most celebrated designs and recently unearthed archival pieces. Compiled with the utmost care and craftsmanship, VERPAN’s selection brings an unparalleled heritage to a new era of life, work and interaction.

25 HOURS hotel design hub

Tired but satisfied, we stop at the 25Hours hotel, where all the info during these 3 days is available.

The hotel is a colourful retreat in a former university: about growing up (preferring not to be yet) and the conflict between knowledge and passion. In the heart of the Scandinavian metropolis, the 25hours Hotel Indre By has found its home. The 19th-century building once housed a porcelain factory and was later used as a university building. Art and knowledge have become exciting new bedfellows at the hotel they now call home.

The hotel offers a haven for every traveller and their needs. Whether it is the Vinyl Room or the Love Library, there are hidden places all over the hotel, ready to be discovered. The NENI restaurant and Café Duse are the perfect places to socialise for hotel guests and locals alike, and the Boilerman Bar in the basement is ideal for relaxed evenings filled with music and premium drinks.



This window display was not to be missed, entirely in pink, Kvadrat/Raf Simons showcased their Shaker system. The system enters a new chapter as the uniform family of accessories expands into baths and bathrooms. Kvadrat/Raf Simons’ second collection shifts the focus from open living spaces to toiletries and wearables. Thus, the originally Belgian Fashion designer keeps gaining a bigger piece within interiors.

GUBI aan de kade

Gubi transforms their beautiful showroom into the GUBI universe. Classics and new designs can be found here. And just as the link with fashion is frequently made in Milan, it happens again in Copenhagen. So they present the exclusive collaboration of GUBI x Noah from New York, inspired by the timeless allure of coastal life.


Outdoor really is an item, with Gubi, Ferm living, Fritz Hansen, and Bolia showing their outdoor collections.

At Ferm living, there is a big tent and chairs and lights hanging in the trees. At Gubi you sit by the sea and overlook the futuristic architecture of Copenhagen, Fritz Hansen takes over Charlottenborg and Bolia it creates its own garden.

FERM LIVING a Story of layers

At Ferm living, we find the earthy tones we are used to from the brand and “Responsibility” takes centre stage. They elaborate on their story behind the products and the responsibility of the process and give full transparency. With the aim of helping the their environment and customers make responsible choices.


With the icing on the cake at Bolia by multi-artist Frederikke Legaard, we close these days.

She transformed Bolia’s Cosima bench into an artful gourmet object. The bench is transformed into pastry just freshly shoved into a fresh yellow box.

Combining flavours, colours and textures, she created a huge sensual total installation at the intersection of art/design/gastronomy. In which much of the installation was edible with the exception of the bench.

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