ABOUT MIX DESIGN
MIX - Design is a Scandinavian design distributor, we sell and distributes design furniture mainly to the contract market throughout Scandinavia.
We focus on interiors for restaurants, hotels, canteens, conference, education, meeting, lounge areas, workplaces.
Due to the design language and timelessness of our furniture, they can also be used advantageously in the private home.
All MIX - Design products have a high standard of quality, can withstand being used in the public environment, most models have been tested, and are designed by reputable, internationally renowned designers.
MIX–Design works with 5 international brands:
MODUS Furniture from England
ARRMET from Italy
Italienske TRUE DESIGN ( only in Norway and Sweden)
WANG COPENHAGEN from Denmark.
Our brands are primarily aimed at leading architects and interior designers, mainly in the contact market, who designs private and public interiors throughout Scandinavia, and we work closely with retailers and contract dealers.
MIX - Designs collections have been selected with great care, focusing on high quality, form and function, long lifecycle, good design, and dedicated environmental awareness.
All MIX - Design products have a high standard of quality, for used in public environments, most models have been tested and designed by reputable, internationally renowned designers.
The range of designers include names as:
PearsonLloyd, Danish Welling - Ludvig, Claesson Koivisto Rune, Monica Förster, Jonathan Prestwich, Patrick Norguet, Simon Pengelly, Michael Sodeau, Sir Kenneth Grange & Jack Schmith, NOTE design Stockholm, E-ggs Design, Orlandi Design, Baldanzini & Novelli, Favaretto & Partners, Writing Design, Florian Schmid, and more. Per Aagaard Jepsen has an architectural background, has been in the furniture industry since 1984. Per was the holder of Danerka A / S for 16 years until the end of 2011, and thus has many years of experience in interior design, design, production, international sales and marketing of furniture , especially the contract market