The “Mimersgade Quarter – Copenhagen” table is a celebration of the history and unique cultural transformation of Copenhagen’s most diverse neighborhood, Nørrebro.
On the one hand it illustrates the progressive gentrification of the neighborhood, which undoubtedly is changing the area for the better. However, it is also a reminder of the inherent and unique characteristics that the neighborhood carries in its own seed, which we are at risk of losing in the process.
Dimensions: 1200 x 600 x 356 mm Materials: powdercoated steel, tempered glass plate
The “Suzhou River” table illustrates the diversity in China’s most important commercial and financial center. On the one hand, it shows China’s rise as an economic superpower. On the other hand, it outlines a winding and complex road map that symbolizes China’s path to prosperity, which has been built on the shoulders of the Chinese workers.
Dimensions: 850 x 850 x 290 mm Materials: powdercoated steel, tempered glass plate
The “Quartier de l’Opéra - Paris” table is an embodiment of the dichotomy between “New Paris” and “Old Paris”. On the one hand, it illustrates the zenith of urban renewal, and on the other hand it’s a drawing of the most pervasive and devastating gentrification project in modern history.
Dimensions: 2200 x 950 x 750 mm Materials: powdercoated steel, tempered glass plate
The “Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg – Berlin” tables are an embodiment of modern Berlin. They symbolize the inseparable duality between two of the City’s most legendary neighbourhoods. On the one hand it illustrates a composition of belonging and coexistence. On the other hand, it outlines each neighbourhood’s existential singularity that sets them apart.
Dimensions: 400 x 400 x 406 mm Materials: powdercoated steel, tempered glass plate