||||||||Stephan Hertzog (left) and Flemming Busk (right)|The amoeba-like Plasma seating, an antidote to the straight lines of the office atrium|Penny: a steel table designed for fellow Danes Globe Zero 4|Canteen-style chair Pause was designed to look good from the back|The simple, stackable Session chair, designed for Magnus Olesen|K2 shows that Arne Jacobsen’s influence still runs deep in Danish design|Soft and sculptural, the True Love chair is typical of Busk+Hertzog’s work||
19 Apr 2011

Busk + Hertzog: the Danish design duo in London

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