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Craft meets art. Function meets form. Material meets potential. This is our Nordic tradition and heritage. &Tradition aims to bridge these values to contemporary design, reshaping, redefining and reinventing materials, techniques and forms. &Tradition covers the masters of yesterday, the leading designers of today and the talent who may create the classics of the future. We scout for design talent and hand-pick production facilities globally. But our roots are still Nordic. We respect nature that prove our raw materials, and we believe in design that is made to last.


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&Tradition Shuffle Table MH1

$851.00
Story: Mia Hamborg gives new life to the old Nordic craft tradition of turning wood by combining playful forms and
materiales inspired from old painted wooden toys. In this edition Peter Hagen plays with textual diffrences between
marble and wood, and how the shapes play togehter. The shuffle table still gives you a truly Nordic and democratic
experience, where you can even decide the form and height of the table.
& This fine table has one function more important than all others: To create joy.
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&Tradition Hoof Table SW2

$920.00
Story: The main inspiration for Samuel Wilkinson’s HOOF LOUNGE TABLE derives from the feet which are
shapened at the ends producing a striking yet functional detail. The word ‘hoof’ originates from the protective part
of the feet of ungulate animals. In contrast to most tables, the leg ends of HOOF are left in natural wood so avoid
the paint from chipping off from being either kicked or knocked when cleaning.
The foot detail is created by reversing the usual manufacturing process. Most furniture that have a painted section
and a natural part are initially assembled, then masked off, and painted. HOOF stands out by being painted first
and then trimmed back to reveal the natural grain.
The table has emerged from continuous exploration and development of production techniques to create a fresh
aesthetic. Another detail that stands out when you experience the table is the soft rolled edge. The fine edge is created
from the soft chamfer being on the top and bottom.
This also gives the tables a tactile feel and clearly shows that the tables are made from solid wood.
The table is also available in a higher edition with a smaller tabletop.
& much of Wilkinson’s work carries references to nature and the beautiful, unimaginable creations found in the
scenery.
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&Tradition Slice Small Shelf KB1

$1,881.00
Story:“What would a shelving system look like if playful customization was its main component?” This question urged the
Danish design studio KiBiSi to design SLICE – an architectural redefinition of the continuous bookshelf.
The main feature of the system is a slice of plywood. In assembly the slices fit together for individual display, which allows
for optimum flexibility of the system and makes it adaptable from small to x-large. SLICE is a result of crossbreeding
elements and attributes from different disciplines in to a new design product made for every day use.
& in a simple way SLICE reflects natural resource scarcity: No expensive mould, a simple playful idea, rework and the
back-to-basics attitude of plywood.
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&Tradition Raft Table NA2

$2,475.00
Story: Maritime objects fascinate because of their contrasting surfaces. The roughness of corroded wood aging
with beauty, blended with the industrial efficiency of metal structures. This is the inspiration behind the Raft Table,
created by NORM architects Kasper Rønn and Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen. They have taken a modern Scandinavian
approach to create a unique piece of furniture that combines simplistic purity with a discreetly aged look. The
sandblasted surface of the table legs, accentuate the structure of the wood, while the triple legs have the playful
appearance of a living creature in motion.
& the round edges beneath the tabletop makes for a soft and pleasant touch when the table top has to be lifted.
The table can quickly be dismantled and set against a wall to make room yoga mats or dance floors.
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&Tradition FLY Chair SC1

$2,646.00
Story: The FLY Series by SPACE Copenhagen is a lounge collection made up of two sofas and an armchair. Pushing
the idea of lounging to its fullest, FLY is a series that allows the user to sit, lie, rest, and relax.
Unlike many of the sofas and easy chairs in Scandinavian design history, FLY does not impose any particular posture
onto the sitter. The seat itself is optimised for comfort, with loose cushions for the back that can be arranged according to the user’s
own needs. But FLY adheres to tradition in other respects; the frame of the sofa and armchair, with a slatted back rest,
is made from oak, treated with white pigmented oil or smoked oil. It is the type of material and treatment that ages with true grace,
only becoming more beautiful with time.
& SPACE Copenhagen gathers much of their inspiration from travels abroad, often in the form of ambience and
mood. An example could be as simple as a particular wall in the streets of SoHo, New York, the distressed look of
which makes its way into SPACE Copenhagen’s imagination.
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&Tradition FLY Lounge Table SC4

$2,680.00
Story: The FLY Series by SPACE Copenhagen is a lounge collection made up of two sofas and an armchair. Pushing
the idea of lounging to its fullest, FLY is a series that allows the user to sit, lie, rest, and relax.
Unlike many of the sofas and easy chairs in Scandinavian design history, FLY does not impose any particular posture
onto the sitter. The seat itself is optimised for comfort, with loose cushions for the back that can be arranged according to the user’s
own needs. But FLY adheres to tradition in other respects; the frame of the sofa and armchair, with a slatted back rest,
is made from oak, treated with white pigmented oil or smoked oil. It is the type of material and treatment that ages with true grace,
only becoming more beautiful with time.
& SPACE Copenhagen gathers much of their inspiration from travels abroad, often in the form of ambience and
mood. An example could be as simple as a particular wall in the streets of SoHo, New York, the distressed look of
which makes its way into SPACE Copenhagen’s imagination.
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&Tradition FLY Lounge Table SC5

$2,820.00
Story: The FLY Series by SPACE Copenhagen is a lounge collection made up of two sofas and an armchair. Pushing
the idea of lounging to its fullest, FLY is a series that allows the user to sit, lie, rest, and relax.
Unlike many of the sofas and easy chairs in Scandinavian design history, FLY does not impose any particular posture
onto the sitter. The seat itself is optimised for comfort, with loose cushions for the back that can be arranged according to the user’s
own needs. But FLY adheres to tradition in other respects; the frame of the sofa and armchair, with a slatted back rest,
is made from oak, treated with white pigmented oil or smoked oil. It is the type of material and treatment that ages with true grace,
only becoming more beautiful with time.
& SPACE Copenhagen gathers much of their inspiration from travels abroad, often in the form of ambience and
mood. An example could be as simple as a particular wall in the streets of SoHo, New York, the distressed look of
which makes its way into SPACE Copenhagen’s imagination.
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&Tradition Slice Medium Shelf KB2

$2,984.00
Story:“What would a shelving system look like if playful customization was its main component?” This question urged the
Danish design studio KiBiSi to design SLICE – an architectural redefinition of the continuous bookshelf.
The main feature of the system is a slice of plywood. In assembly the slices fit together for individual display, which allows
for optimum flexibility of the system and makes it adaptable from small to x-large. SLICE is a result of crossbreeding
elements and attributes from different disciplines in to a new design product made for every day use.
& in a simple way SLICE reflects natural resource scarcity: No expensive mould, a simple playful idea, rework and the
back-to-basics attitude of plywood.
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&Tradition Slice Large Shelf KB3

$3,929.00
Story:“What would a shelving system look like if playful customization was its main component?” This question urged the
Danish design studio KiBiSi to design SLICE – an architectural redefinition of the continuous bookshelf.
The main feature of the system is a slice of plywood. In assembly the slices fit together for individual display, which allows
for optimum flexibility of the system and makes it adaptable from small to x-large. SLICE is a result of crossbreeding
elements and attributes from different disciplines in to a new design product made for every day use.
& in a simple way SLICE reflects natural resource scarcity: No expensive mould, a simple playful idea, rework and the
back-to-basics attitude of plywood.
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&Tradition FLY Sofa SC2

$4,990.00
Story: The FLY Series by SPACE Copenhagen is a lounge collection made up of two sofas and an armchair. Pushing
the idea of lounging to its fullest, FLY is a series that allows the user to sit, lie, rest, and relax.
Unlike many of the sofas and easy chairs in Scandinavian design history, FLY does not impose any particular posture
onto the sitter. The seat itself is optimised for comfort, with loose cushions for the back that can be arranged according to the user’s
own needs. But FLY adheres to tradition in other respects; the frame of the sofa and armchair, with a slatted back rest,
is made from oak, treated with white pigmented oil or smoked oil. It is the type of material and treatment that ages with true grace,
only becoming more beautiful with time.
& SPACE Copenhagen gathers much of their inspiration from travels abroad, often in the form of ambience and
mood. An example could be as simple as a particular wall in the streets of SoHo, New York, the distressed look of
which makes its way into SPACE Copenhagen’s imagination.
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