HARALD HERMANRUD by
WHAT WE DO The young designer Harald Hermanrud is driven by a constructive approach to both design and craftsmanship, two subjects he consider as inseparable. He combines this conviction with his ambition to change the opinion on furniture that are packed flat, simply is not made to last. In this way he approaches Danish design tradition from a new and fresh perspective, creating functional, high-quality furniture that can be stocked, packaged and shipped with a minimal impact on the environment. He call this ideology for constructive design. ~
BACKGROUND In 2016, Harald Hermanrud presented the first prototype of HOMER system, model H25 at the Finderskeepers Design market. Orders and demand for more models in the collection motivated him to start his own furniture business. Today he collaborates with Danish furniture manufacturers and dealers. Harald Hermanrud is educated at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and has subsequently made further studies for cabinet maker. ~
AWARDS Bo Bedre Design Award nominated Upcoming Designer of the Year, 2017 Formland Best Design winner of Creators Community Entrepreneur Award, 2017 ~
EVENTS 2019 3 Days of Design (Illums Bolighus), Copenhagen, 23.-25. May Ingvard Christensen, Esbjerg, 6.-7. April Ingvard Christensen, Vejle, 2.-3. March 2018 Lindegaard Poulsen, Odense, 10. November Ingvard Christensen, Esbjerg, 3.-4. November Indbo, Kolding, 25. October Nyt i Bo, Copenhagen, 19.-21. October Bolighuset Ry, Ry, 29. September 3 Days of Design (Nyt i Bo), Copenhagen, 24.-26. May Lindegaard Poulsen, Odense, 21.-22. April Ingvard Christensen, Vejle, 3.-4. March 2017 PEJ gallery, PEJ gruppen ~
FAIRS 2019 Formland Autumn, Herning Trends & Traditions, Copenhagen Formland Spring, Herning 2018 Formland Autumn, Herning Trends & Traditions, Copenhagen Stockholm Furniture Fair, Stockholm Formland Spring, Herning Oslo Design Fair, Oslo 2017 Habitare Design Fair, Helsinki Oslo Design Fair, Oslo Formland Autumn, Herning Formland Spring, Herning ~
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