• Ocean Chair 
  • for Trip Trap

Trip Trap gained their position making nice historical furniture in teak wood. They used to talk about old wooden tall ships as references. in 1999 they wanted to set a new landmark for the company making some new furniture’s, where we somehow used the Americas Cup boats as references. They should use new materials as stainless steel and plastic materials.That became a big new group of furniture’s called OCEAN More

  • Regatta 
  • for Trip Trap

Can you imagine sitting in this chair viewing the ocean? We were asked to do a lounge series made in teak wood. This is what we came up with. More

  • Nordic 
  • for Trip Trap

In old times in Denmark, people often made their garden furniture themselves and out of planks and boards. They were bolted together with visible bolts and mostly painted white to enlarge the lifespan as they were made of poor quality wood. This is furniture that evoke memories and that had long time been our dream to make a collection that would be a tribute to this. More

  • Ocean objects 
  • for Trip Trap

Another item synonymous with Trip Trap is the trays in teaks and so we also did make a new and modern tray made in two component moulding fitted with a stainless steel rail. We made a whole Ocean objects collection. More

  • Adirondack 
  • for Trip Trap

We always liked the original American Adirondack chair. It comes in so many version and despite that you can always see what it is. We just proposed to Trip Trap to make one but in nice linear clean form. More

  • Akiko 
  • for Trip Trap

Who, has not tried to play croquet, with clubs bought in the local DIY, where things always is missing or broken. We designed two games for the garden - croquet and boule. More

  • Coco 
  • for Trip Trap

Nice material and tactile quality together with simple geometrical forms is sometimes enough to make a nice design. More

  • Pasific 
  • for Trip Trap

The Pasific chair emerged from a desire to succeed the popular Ocean chair.The question was: "How would a lighter chair, with a wire base and no armrests,look?" More