Come celebrate with us at Skagerak Store & Showroom Indiakaj 2, Copenhagen Ø


See our brand-new product category, lighting, as well as new furniture and accessories by leading designers, including Chris L. Halstrøm, Bjørn van den Berg and Christoffer Harlang.

Indiakaj 2, Copenhagen Ø
May 23 / 11 am - 5:30 pm
May 24 / 11 am - 5:30 pm
May 25 / 11 am - 3:00 pm

1616/Arita Japan  ×  Teruhiro Yanagihara  ×  ATWTP x Skagerak. Be the first to experience Skagerak’s new collaborative project with the renowned Japanese porcelain brand 1616/Arita in the exhibition ‘The Table Project’ – a joint venture between the Nordic design studio All the way to Paris, the Japanese designer Teruhiro Yanagihara, 1616/Arita and Skagerak.

Indiakaj 2, Copenhagen Ø
May 23 / 11 am - 5:30 pm
May 24 / 11 am - 5:30 pm
May 25 / 11 am - 3:00 pm

To celebrate the launch of "The Table Project", UNIQLO will host Sake Tasting Event in the area decorated in Sakagura ambiance where they will also introduce their Sakagura UT collection.

Vimmelskaftet 38, 1161 Copenhagen K
May 24 / 3pm - 6pm

In collaboration with 3daysofdesign Skagerak will host two talks at Skagerak Store and Showroom. The two talks will be different but both related to the subject 'Sustainable Future'.

Indiakaj 2, Copenhagen Ø

May 23 / 1pm to 2pm
Theme: Sustainable Architechure/Design
Moderator: Erik Rimmer (Editor in chef, Bo Bedre)
Panel: Lene Dammand Lund (Principal, KADK), Claus Mølgaard (Technical director, Really), Lasse Andersson (Architech and Creative director, Utzon Centeret), Henrik Marstrand, (CEO, Mater)
- this talk will be in Danish
See the Facebook event here

May 24 / 1pm to 2pm
Theme: CSR and Circular Economy in the Furniture Industry
Moderator: Betina Simonsen (Managing Director Lifestyle & Design Cluster)
Panel: Anders Byriel (CEO, Kvadrat), Nille Nolsø Skalts (Director, B-Corp Denmark), Jesper Panduro (CEO, Skagerak)
- This talk will be in English
See the Facebook event here

The Table Project launches during 3daysofdesign
Visit our pop-up shop with the 100 pieces of unique and hand-painted Arita tableware
The decorations and motifs are also hybrids of history, craft and storytelling

We are looking forward to celebrating design with you