||||||||||Copenhagen-based designer Søren Rose|Rose keeps it Danish for his latest project, Copenhagen office The Generator Hall, with Panton furniture upholstered in Kvadrat textiles|‘The neon heart’, a look-at-me solution to problem of big ugly servers cluttering up floor space|The Generator Hall’s occupants are a new media company, so Rose gave them a very old-media, CMYK colour scheme|The MILK desk features heavily in the design scheme, as does Socialite, a timber seating/storage area|More MILK, this time with a jaunty pink desktop for the reception area. The lighting is cosy and domestic|Rose with some of his self-designed furniture: further pieces are set to be launched soon|A limited edition bench with diamond-stitched leather cushion|MILK, manufactured by Holmris Hansen, was borne of Rose’s frustration at not being able to find the perfect desk||
20 Jan 2010

Great Dane: designer Søren Rose

Words by Sarah Brownlee

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