The Space Copenhagen studio is one of the brightest stars in the panorama of contemporary Danish design. It was founded in 2005 by Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou, who have been working together since their studies in architecture at the Royal Danish Academy in Copenhagen. Initially dedicated above all to interior design, they achieve great fame thanks to the Noma project in Copenhagen, an experimental restaurant repeatedly awarded as the best in the world which has left a profound influence both in the way of understanding the kitchen and in the style of the environments dedicated to catering, ending up being very imitated at all latitudes. They have also curated important projects in the luxury hotel industry, such as the SAS Royal in Copenhagen and the 11 Howard in New York. In the field of product design they have carefully selected collaborations, signing some of the most successful collections of leading Danish brands such as &tradition, Fredericia, Gubi and Mater and working with international brands such as Stellar Works and Stolab. Their style, which they like to define as "poetic modernism", knows how to take the best of traditional Scandinavian minimalism to bring it into the contemporary world with forms of innate grace and elegance, extremely simple but without renouncing luxury.