Danish Design Award 2012
Published on December 27, 2012
The Danish Design Centre is a publicly funded independent institution founded in 1978 by the Danish government and the Danish Design Council.
As stated in the statutes of the Danish Design Centre, the purpose of the DDC is to promote the use of design in business and industry, to promote the professionalisation of the design industry and to document, promote and brand Danish design in Denmark and around the world.
The Method Case was there and we want to share with you. The exhibition Danish Design Award 2012 shows Danish design at its very best. The Danish Design Award is awarded to companies that have created innovative products and solutions of a high aesthetic and functional quality, thus contributing to highlighting the value and stimulating the use of design. In the exhibition, you will be able to explore the prize-winning products and solutions.
Time and place
28th of September – 31st of December 2012
Danish Design Centre
H.C. Andersens Boulevard 27
1553 Copenhagen V