SIMPLE CLAYWARE: Ole Jensen at Peach Corner

Pioneers of Pine: Vaarnii

Alice Rawsthorn on the Future of Craft

Danish design – American hardwood

Sculptural Work: Anne Brandhøj

Sara Martinsen appointed as curator for The Mindcraft Project 2023

Design fair: Design Miami/

Natural Material Studio: Fusing science, design and art

The Future Perfect: A holistic approach to collectible design

Design fair: COLLECTIBLE

Sculptural Work: Jakob Jørgensen

Nilufar’s Nina Yashar: A new language of design within the realm of art

From abstract to functional: New design by Kasper Kjeldgaard for Fritz Hansen

Boris Berlin: “We are standing on the shoulders of each other”

Designmuseum Danmark: Connecting the past with the present and the future

David Thulstrup on artists and designers that place craft at the forefront

Marie-Louise Høstbo on the new generation of designers in Denmark

Julius Værnes Iversen of TABLEAU on how design can positively affect mental health

Danish Ceramics – part 5 – Steen Ipsen

Studiomama: A London-based design studio with Danish roots

Material Insights: Hemp

Danish Ceramics – part 4 – Christina Schou Christensen

Rethinking traditional craftsmanship to create something new

Working with wood: Eske Rex

Material intelligence: Why it is important to understand materials

Danish Ceramics – part 3 – Bente Skjøttgaard

Thomas Graversen: “The field between art and product is where the magic happens”

Danish Ceramics – part 2 – Morten Løbner Espersen

Danish Ceramics – part 1 – Martin Bodilsen Kaldahl

Maria Bruun combining the sculptural and the functional at Design Miami/ Basel

Gallery Hostler Burrows on Danish design

Frederik Nystrup-Larsen and Oliver Sundqvist: Staying curious

Let’s get phygital: exploring digital sensations with Wang & Söderström

Stine Bidstrup: Two decades of glass craftsmanship

Studio visit: Archival Studies

91-92: New ways of approaching 3D printing

Mette Schelde: “Meticulous investigations into the components of light”

Stine Mikkelsen: “At a crossroad between art, craft and furniture design”

Bahraini–Danish: Across continents and cultures

Lone Feifer: “The kind of design that makes a difference”

Maria Wettergren: “There can be a lot of poetry embedded in empirical experiments”

Rasmus Fenhann: “I use new technologies as another tool in my toolbox”

Gallery FUMI: “Denmark seems to have craft in its DNA”

Jamiee Williams: “art, design and architecture are some of the most fundamentally important elements of society”

Mette Barfod on Denmark’s next wave of innovative designers

Nicolai de Gier on modern craftsmanship “translated from the human hand to the industrial hand”

A poetic reflection on design

Studio visit: Cathrine Raben Davidsen

Exploring the future of hemp textiles

Studio visit: FOS

Fusing natural forms with science and technology

VDF x The Mindcraft Project

The Mindcraft Project’s digital exhibition designed by Wang & Söderström

Jonas Edvard: “Most materials we use have a life of their own”

Material Insights: Mycelium

Krøyer-Sætter-Lassen “go to great lengths to embrace materials with a bad rep” to alter predefined assumptions

Tanja Kirst: “Material research, plant fibers for textile use and how to incorporate sustainability throughout the entire design process.”

Maria Bruun: “Exploring new and untested potentials”

Norm Architects: ”Striving to use natural, honest and tactile materials that we as humans connect with”

Niels Strøyer Christophersen: Danish design “is a way of thinking and acting in our everyday life”

Ane Lykke: “My attention is always drawn towards the properties of light and perception”

FOS: ”I try to find a way forward, which is sometimes difficult since each project comes from a different future”

Henriette Noermark: “Where the process, idea and conceptual expressions are the strongest”

Cathrine Raben Davidsen: “Our inter- and intra-connectedness with the natural world”

Maria Foerlev: “A dialogue across the disciplines of art and design”

Wang & Söderström to design The Mindcraft Project in Milan 2020