Danish Crafts Collection is marketed by Danish Crafts – an institution under the Danish Ministry of Culture. Danish Crafts creates the framework for the overall marketing whereas the individual designer-maker takes care of the entire process from handling orders to production to invoicing and the final delivery.
Danish Crafts Collection
Danish Crafts Collection comprises Danish products within the field of interior design and accessories - both the classical and the more innovative. The collection is updated annually on the basis of a special selection undertaken by a professional curator. This ensures that the products featured are among the most modern and up-to-date, and that they have the same high quality that has always characterized Danish Design. There are about 25-30 professionals represented in Danish Crafts Collection.
Authentic and unique products
Danish Crafts Collection is marketed at international lifestyle fairs offering a strong, substantial and authentic alternative to the average massproduced everyday product. It offers individual identity to the modern consumer looking for unique products of high quality. Today, we have cooperation with leading design stores throughout the world.
Danish Crafts creates the framework for the overall marketing of the crafts, placing it on the market, coordinating efforts and helping to arrange contacts between the customer and the designer-maker.
At the operational level, the individual craftsmen and designers receives orders from the customer and takes care of the entire process from production to invoicing and the final delivery.
Danish Crafts Collection CC15 at Maison&Objet, Paris 2011.
CC14 at Maison&Objet, Paris 2010.
CC+ for SKANDIUM - a special collection for the design store Skandium in London, 2010.
CC13 ExtraOrdinaryCraft at Maison&Objet, Paris 2009.
CC12 Hands On! at design fair Maison&Objet, Paris 2008.
CC12 Hands On! at the design- and furniture-fair ICFF - International Contemporary Furniture Fair, New York 2008.
CC11 at the design and furniture fair ICFF - International Contemporary Furniture Fair, New York, May 2007.
CC11 at Ambiente, Frankfurt Germany, February 2007.
CC10 at Ambiente, Frankfurt Germany, February 2006.
CC+ for MoMA - a special collection for MoMA’s two design shops in New York, 2006.
CC09 at Now! Design á Vivre at Maison&Objet in Paris, September 2005.