&tradition

Danish furniture design in the UK has long been popular, seen as chic and fresh with an understated appeal. Scandinavia has a flair for for functional furniture, high quality materials and traditional craftsmanship. Although the furniture is practical, design aesthetics are never sacrificed.

&tradition (and tradition) is a Danish design company established in 2010 that works with internationally renowned designers to combine contemporary design with Nordic heritage. They were previously known as Unique Copenhagen, but changed their name to &tradition to emphasise their desire to combine traditional handicraft and tradition with modern, high-quality design.

Their portfolio includes design icons from the 1930s to present day future classics and is famed for reissuing some of Verner Panton’s and Arne Jacobsen’s iconic designs.

As well as looking to the past, &tradition also seeks to innovate, reinventing techniques, materials and forms.

Despite having an international network of designers and producers, &tradition is firmly anchored by Nordic tradition which is very much part of the brand’s identity.

Iconic pieces within the &tradition collection include the &tradition Topan pendant light the first of Verner Panton’s lamp designs to be massed produced.

The &tradition FlowerPot pendant light is another timeless design icon, hung in exhibitions, galleries and restaurants around the world.

The &tradition In Between chair by Sami Kallio displays traditional woodworking techniques to create a handsome masterpiece, made from old techniques to embrace a modern lifestyle.

The animated and playful &tradition Catch chair by Jaime Hayon is a witty personification - the arms rests are stretched out as if to catch you in a warm embrace. He also designed a group of tables in one structure for &tradition - the &tradition Palette table which also uses a fun look for a practical purpose.

The &tradition Hoof Lounge Table SW2 by newcomer Samuel Wilkinson continues the &tradition passion for new ideas using traditional techniques with new look table legs.

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