Trace has designed and developed an online catalogue for the Danish Chromatism exhibition which took place at the Triennale Design Museum during Milan Furniture Fair 2013. The catalogue featured an interactive map of the exhibition space mapping more than 200 Danish design pieces to their exact location.
Danish Chromatism is a project by Signe Byrdal Terenziani designed by the Italian-Danish architect duo GamFratesi. The exhibition presents a selection of traditional and contemporary design from 30 Danish companies in an unusual chromatic interpretation.
The exhibition features four coloured spaces – black, red, grey and blue. While each space presents a distinct design universe of its own, they are clearly related as one is placed like a box inside the next.
Participating Companies: &tradition, Carl Hansen & Søn, Ege, Fabula Living, Fredericia Furniture, Fritz Hansen, Gubi, Herskind – Herskind, Holmegaard, Karakter, Kay Bojesen, Kvadrat, LEGO, Libratone, Louis Poulsen, Lyngby Porcelæn, MA/U Studio, Made a Mano, Montana, Paustian, Peter Klint, Rosendahl, Royal Copenhagen, Skagerak, Stelton, Tom Rossau, TROLLBEADS, Wiinberg, With a View, 8000c