The details make Charlotte Høncke's design stand out. The Danish designer has a great love for, among other things, upholstered furniture, where it can be an original stitching, color combination or a surprising shape that arouses curiosity. The wealth of detail exists within the clean shapes and lines of Charlotte Høncke's design, where the functionality has been carefully thought through. Charlotte Høncke immerses herself in the design process of delicate design for the home with the whole, coziness and a timeless aesthetic in mind, which not only draws threads back into history, but also embraces the spirit of the times. The heritage and lines from the Nordic design tradition exist side by side with modern sophistication with the Danish Charlotte Høncke, who is trained as an industrial designer. Høncke has a great love for, among other things, upholstered furniture, where it can be an original stitching, color combination or a surprising shape that arouses curiosity. Høncke's signature style is thus design that beautifully combines functionality with aesthetics - and likes to add small, distinctive details that arouse curiosity. Her designs often have a simple design language and excel especially in the details that make the designs unique.
CLEAN SHAPES AND SOFT LINES
The classic references in the Be My Guest series are emphasized by the rounded corners, which give a soft touch. The organic design, together with the simple frame in black metal, ensures a light appearance, and the rounded top is not only beautiful, but also inviting to use in a welcoming way. The classic design combined with modern sophistication allows Be My Guest to slip effortlessly into any contemporary interior.
Cape is an organic piece of furniture, which in its simple design hides a detailed aesthetic and inherent sensuality. The inspiration for the sofa is found in fashion with layer-on-layer techniques and pouf arms as the main idea, interpreted in delicate stitching among other things. The series designed by Charlotte Høncke consists of an armchair and sofa. The furniture complements each other, both with and without stitching, and preferably mixed for a more lively expression.