Icons of Denmark

Since their foundation in 2009, Icons of Denmark have become known as the London home of Danish Design for commercial interiors.

Committed to bringing the very best of Danish design to the commercial interiors market in the UK and beyond, Icons of Denmark work closely with a carefully considered circle of talented designers and craftsmen who hold a deep fascination for refined beauty, natural materials and functional design that the Danes pride themselves upon.

 

The minimalist composition of Danish furniture means it complements every environment, which is why Icons of Denmark work across every sector, industry and market.

As the Danes have been doing for the last century, the Icons of Denmark furniture range mixes the modern and classic with each collection inspired by the rich design heritage of Denmark, merged with the latest thinking in agile work styles.

From beautiful chairs and stool to lounge seating, sofas and tables, Icons of Denmark have a selection of options available to suit all spaces and tastes, and with a beautiful London showroom, we can arrange a visit for you to view the products for yourself.

K2 Space are proud to be an Icons of Denmark dealer and if you would like to discuss ordering any of their furniture products, our dedicated team would love to help – contact us on 0207 697 4670 or drop us a line at [email protected].


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