For a long time, the Europe of design split into two distinct traditions: one, Latin, dominated by Italy; the other, Nordic, dominated by Denmark and, to a lesser extent, Finland and Sweden. These two traditions, born in very different cultural, climatic, economic and technical contexts, have successively dominated the world: the Scandinavian from the 1930s to the 1970s; the Italian, from the 70s to the end of the 2000s. Since the 2000s, Scandinavian design has undergone a spectacular renaissance, which has allowed the re-edition of many forgotten treasures, while contemporary design has begun to increasingly internationalize push.
To learn more about the subject, we invite you to explore this page.
Scandinavia Design gives you access to all of the Scandinavian design classics of yesterday, as well as all the exciting novelties of contemporary Scandinavian design. We added many creations from international design when they seemed to us marked by Nordic heritage and thus present consistency. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions.
Offering design at the right price is an integral part of our work. If you find the same item at a lower price at another retailer, delivery included, we will not only match it, but even offer you a better price.
How to take advantage of it?
We compare our prices every day with all authorized retailers in Europe. If nevertheless you find cheaper, contact us for a counter-proposal.
We must be able to verify that the item is authentic, new, perfectly identical (size, materials, color, etc.)
and that it is not part of a campaign or temporary destocking.
The valid basis is, for example, a current quote or a direct link to another retailer's website where the lower price is indicated. An email image is invalid, the original email must be forwarded.
The offer does not apply to orders already placed and cannot be combined with any of our other offers or promotions.
Searching the "Search" field and you cannot find it? It's normal.
Our site is not built like a classic e-shop, with its standard product sheets and keywords
like ‘yellow’, ‘lamp’, ‘Marimekko’, ‘wishbone chair’.
This usual method has its advantages, of course, but it obliges you to present the mug,
the sofa, the dress, the toothbrush and the floor lamp in the same way – which is absurd.
Worse: it condemns the searcher to browse through monotonous
products lists, poorly organised – which is boring.
The structure of our site is much more simple: are you looking for a chair?
Go to Furniture > Chairs: a page shows them all classified by brands.
Are you interested in Arne Jacobsen's « Series 7 Veneer » chair?
No need to scroll laboriously from page to page to see the many variants:
they are all gathered in the same place, where you can compare them at a glance.
Forget the Search field: you are on an editorialized site.
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