Reform Design Biennale, by various artists

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The 2016 Reform Design Biennale accompanies the opening of lifestyle magazine Kinfolk’s gallery space in Copenhagen.

The exhibition includes 15 international designers and features an array of works – from rainbow-coloured room dividers and computer-generated chairs to irregular stools and a brass and leather breathing apparatus.

The Biennale was founded by graphic designer Jens Dan Johansen, furniture designer Maria Bruun and artist Rasmus Bækkel Fex. The first exhibition took place in 2014 and was created as a platform for craftsmen, artists and designers to experiment with new processes and technology.

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REFORM_Rasmus Fenhan_ Foto Emil Monty Freddie
REFORM_Rasmus Warberg_ Foto Emil Monty Freddie
REFORM_Margrethe Odgaard_ Foto Emil Monty Freddie
REFORM_Krøyer Sætter-Lassen_ Foto Emil Monty Freddie
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REFORM_GECKELER MICHELS_ Foto Emil Monty Freddie
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REFORM_Astrid Tolnov_ Foto Emil Monty Freddie
REFORM_Anna Aagaard_ Foto Emil Monty Freddie
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