The showroom of Copenhagen furniture brand Frama. It is based in the former St. Pauls Apotek established in 1878. Check out their website for opening hours or head to their instagram for information about pop-up dinners and other events.
Founded in 2015 Girls on Their Way Home (GOTWH) is a studio for art direction & design based in Copenhagen run by art director Kevin Pfaff.
Kevins main focus is on art direction, set design and production of photo shoots for fashion brands and magazines as well as brand identity, editorial and graphic design within the field of fashion and culture. Other work has included exhibition and textile design. Recent clients have included brands and magazines like: Maria Black Jewellery, Lehho, Å-Journal and Kinfolk Magazine, just to name a few.
Reference comes from a submersion of multiple cultures, which enables a refined perspective when considering vital aesthetic choices. GOTWH are able to maintain relationships with international clients, and are currently consulting with brands in Japan, Denmark, and the UK.
Michael is an interdisciplinary Designer & Art Director based in Copenhagen, with a focus on brand identity, and communication design.
Originally from Montreal, Canada — I've been lucky enough to work at agencies as Character SF, ManvsMachine, Koto, and Pentagram, developing concept-driven work for brands like Apple, Facebook, Google, NFB, Nike, San Francisco Design Week, and Squarespace.
He is currently available for new partnerships & freelance opportunities.
Fashion designer Emilie Grubert graduated with a 1st class honors Bachelor Degree in Fashion Design Women's Wear from Central Saint Martins in london 2008. She lives and work in Nørrebro, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Thomas Falkenberg is a Danish graphic design student. Currently studying in Copenhagen at The Danish Royal Academy of Design. He has also been studying and interning for a year in London, at London College of Communication.