BoConcept and Think & Shift

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  Image: Matt Hunt

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Danish furniture specialist BoConcept hosted a series of three luminous, pavilion-like installations by design trio Think & Shift for Designday this year.

A blacked-out car park created the perfect environment for the house-shaped dwellings to glow with light and sound. Inside each was an abstract of three of BoConcept’s latest products: the Monza table, the Kaleidoscope Rug and the Pine Cone lamp. While the installation space was calm and quiet, the atmosphere inside was buzzing. The BoConcept showroom offered refreshments for guests and a chance to browse the brand’s latest offerings.


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