kinfolk gallery in copenhagen hosts REFORM design biennale 2016 kinfolk gallery in copenhagen hosts REFORM design biennale 2016
jun 21, 2016

kinfolk gallery in copenhagen hosts REFORM design biennale 2016

kinfolk gallery in copenhagen hosts REFORM design biennale 2016

 

 

 

kinfolk gallery in copenhagen, denmark opens its doors to the ‘REFORM design biennale 2016′. on display are fifteen pieces from young european designers, architects and artists which have been selected by a number of practitioners as well as the REFORM team.

reform design biennale 2016 kinfolk galley copenhagen designbooom
works by krøyer-sætter-lassen, rasmus fenhann and margrethe odgaard

 

 

 

the ‘REFORM design biennale’ is a biannual exhibition, a common ground and a movement for a new generation of designers, craftsmen, architects and artists challenging traditional ways of creative thinking. it is a free space to experiment in order to investigate and create new functions, expressions, ideas, processes, craft and technologies. the kinfolk gallery was an ideal setting to host beautifully crafted works including ceramic, textile and furniture products from a number of talented creatives.

reform design biennale 2016 kinfolk galley copenhagen designbooom
‘spring attached’ by cillevenberg

 

 

 

the exhibition was formulated by textile designer margrethe odgaard who states that ‘REFORM is an opportunity to rewind in a business with a lot of fast forward. any given object with a story can be reformed, and any given time needs reforms. it is important to question the things that surround us and ask ourselves, if we can do different and better. this is a movement i would like to be a part of.’

kinfolk galley reform design biennale 2016 copenhagen designbooom
‘rite’ by margrethe odgaard 

kinfolk galley reform design biennale 2016 copenhagen designbooom
works by eddie olin, andreas&andreas and rasmus fenhann

kinfolk galley reform design biennale 2016 copenhagen designbooom
‘bob bench’ by kevin hviid 

kinfolk galley reform design biennale 2016 copenhagen designbooom
‘column lights’ by mathias weber 

kinfolk galley reform design biennale 2016 copenhagen designbooom
‘hallway’ by astrid tolnov 

kinfolk galley reform design biennale 2016 copenhagen designbooom
‘design 2.0’ by eddie olin  

kinfolk galley reform design biennale 2016 copenhagen designbooom
‘niche’ by Johansen faurschou 

kinfolk galley reform design biennale 2016 copenhagen designbooom
‘compound’ by geckeler michels

reform design biennale 2016 kinfolk galley copenhagen designbooom
‘new era’ by anna aagaard

 

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: hollie smith | designboom

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