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Architonic projects of the year 2023: Residential

James Wormald


Our annual review of the most popular new living spaces in Architonic’s project database. Featuring Child Studio, Plus One Architects, Luke Moloney Architecture, Objektor Architekti and AKZ Architectura.

The complex evolution of the iconic egg chair

James Wormald


The simple elliptical form of an egg – and its cosy interior – has inspired designers such as Eero Saarinen, Arne Jacobsen and Eero Aarnio to create some of the most iconic chairs of the past century.

Louis Poulsen PH5 pendant lamp: the history of the ...

James Wormald


Created by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen, the story of the iconic PH5 pendant lamp is one of experimental science, and continues to guide both lighting and interior designers to this day.

VOLA x Arne Jacobson: the Danish design tradition

Brand story



Danish design is defined by a holistic and harmonious approach that is embodied in the iconic products of tap manufacturer VOLA.

Speaking to nature: VOLA

Brand story



For a residential project in Iceland with nature, materials and sustainability at its core, architect Palmar Kristmundsson found a kindred spirit in iconic Danish brand VOLA.

Cultivating Personality: Montana

Brand story

Montana Furniture


With 40 different colours and four different depths, the ultra-flexible MONTANA storage system not only offers space for your things, but also for your personality.

Beyond the pale: VOLA

Brand story



Even after fifty years, the revolutionary and iconic 111 mixer from Danish manufacturer VOLA is still embraced – and evolving, with a continually expanding colour palette.

Design flow: 50 years of VOLA

Brand story



It's half a century since pioneering, Danish tap manufacturer VOLA first collaborated with design legend Arne Jacobsen. You wouldn't guess it, though, looking at their still-contemporary, architectural products.

Renaat Braem: Between Geometry and Fluidity



One of the leading architects of the 20th century, Renaat Braem combined a passion for expressive, fluid decoration with constructivist architecture at his private home and studio in Antwerp.

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