We curate changing exhibitions focusing on design, craftsmanship, arts and crafts, and architecture accompanied by relevant lectures and events.
Halstrøm, Odgaard, Depping, JørgensenFebruary 23 - May 27 2018
Dive into working methods, material considerations and inspirational objects at the exhibition with designers Halstrøm, Odgaard, Depping and Jørgensen
Japan, Japan, JapanJanuary 19 – December 30 2017
In 2017 we celebrate 150 years of diplomatic relations between Denmark and Japan with a number of activities - both in Denmark and Japan.
Knud Holscher in ParisDecember 3rd 2016 – February 26th 2017
The Knud Holscher exhibition is on show at Maison du Danemark in Paris until February 26th 2017
Skud på Stammen 2016October 7th - December 18th, 2016
15 designers. 15 cabinetmakers. 15 furniture designs - all in beech wood. Skud på stammen 2016 proposes future Danish furniture and works also as a laboratory for a clean balance between design, craft, production and sustainable materials.
Knud Holscher – Design for everyday lifeJanuary 29th - March 30th, 2016
Danish architect Knud Holscher hardly needs further introduction, since most people already know his designs from public space as well as at home: The Metro pillars in Copenhagen, signage in Copenhagen Airport, Odense University and the toilet designs for Ifö, which by the way has been produced in more than 25m pieces.
Eiri IwakuraOctober 16 – November 16 2015
Eiri Iwakura is unique on the Japanese design scene. Not only has he been active forty years as a furniture designer and won a lot of awards, he has also helped to launch more Japanese design brands based on sustainable principles of quality and production. Now the Japanese pioneer comes to Copenhagen and exhibits at A. Petersen.
Poul Kjærholm & Krestine Kjærholm and JapanFebruar 6 - February 28 2015
The straight and clean lines. The cool and functional style. The elegant twist. For decades, Japanese and Scandinavian designers and furniture artists have inspired each other. From February 6th to 28th, A. Petersen and Ayanomimi focus on two Kjærholm-generations and the relationship between Japanese and Danish furniture art.