Aggebo & Henriksen

Design Firm Ebeltoft / Denmark

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Aggebo & Henriksen
Mathilde Aggebo and Julie Henriksen began collaborating ten years ago at the Danish Design School, where they both trained. Since then, they have completed many exciting projects and assignments for industry as well as for exhibitions and decor. For example, they have exhibited at the Charlottenborg spring and autumn exhibitions as well as undertaking assignments for Bodum, Paustian and FDB. The high water mark came in 1997, when Aggebo & Henriksen won a competition that involved creating two stage curtains for the Queen’s Hall in “Diamanten”, the new annexe of The Royal Danish Library in Copenhagen. They found original Hans Christian Andersen manuscripts in the library and printed fragments of his handwriting on the stage curtains. The material for the stage curtains was Divina by Kvadrat.
Aggebo & Henriksen
Aggebo & Henriksen

Mathilde Aggebo and Julie Henriksen began collaborating ten years ago at the Danish Design School, where they both trained. Since then, they have completed many exciting projects and assignments for industry as well as for exhibitions and decor. For example, they have exhibited at the Charlottenborg spring and autumn exhibitions as well as undertaking assignments for Bodum, Paustian and FDB. The high water mark came in 1997, when Aggebo & Henriksen won a competition that involved creating two...

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