12 Must-See Products at 3daysofdesign

Ambit Rail by Stockholm-based studio TAF Architects for Muuto. Available in black, gray, and white, it is composed of three floating pendants in one integrated row. All joints and cables are hidden and the supporting wires are extremely thin. Photography copyright Muuto.

A new collection by Danish design company By Lassen includes the flexible storage solution Frame, the My Own Chair in new two-toned variants, and the Mingle sofa designed by Flemming Lassen in velour. Photography copyright By Lassen.

W171 Alma suspension lamp designed by Tham & Videgård for Swedish brand Wästberg and distributed by Danish company anker & co. The starting point for this delicate, slim lamp was a circle of soft sine waves diffusing light. Photography copyright anker & co.

Swoon chair by Space Copenhagen in the Harald 3 443 Kvadrat/Raf Simons fabric for Danish design house Fredericia. “We have created a surprisingly colorful and graphic collection that brings Raf Simons’s exceptional sense of style to the home interior,” Fredericia CEO Kaja Møller says. Photography copyright Fredericia.

This series of porcelain objects by Swiss design duo Kueng Caputo for Japanese brand 2016/Arita was presented for the first time in Denmark by Copenhagen Design Agency. The collection comprises geometric flower vases, plates, and bowls in different sizes and colors. Photography copyright Copenhagen Design Agency.

Presented in the Design Werck showroom, the oak KK Daybed by Danish company by Klip Klap can be adorned with plants, magazines, decorative elements, or colorful cushions. Photography copyright Design Werck.

Marble Cupola side table by Million. Based in Copenhagen and founded in 2015 by Claus Jakobsen and Jen Kajus, the brand showcased its first collection of furniture, lamps, and objects shaped by modernist inspirations and Scandinavian forms. Photography copyright Million.

Wall Mirror by Moebe. Supported by a lightweight wire form, the mirror comes in three sizes and three colors (powder-coated black, white, or solid brass). Photography copyright Moebe.

Divine sofa designed by Arde for Danish furniture brand Mogens Hansen. This piece is a testimony to the value of local Danish production. Photography copyright Mogens Hansen.

Arctander Chair or Clam Chair by Paustian in new Kvadrat/Raf Simons textile colors. The relaunch of this chair–originally designed in 1944 by architect Philip Arctander–has been completed in close collaboration with Philip Arctander’s granddaughter Sofie Arctander Paustian; her husband Morten Paustian; and his parents, Monika and Ole Paustian. Photography copyright Paustian.

Blooper table lamp by Mette Schelde for Please Wait to be Seated. The soft light from the hidden LED bulb reflects off the inside of the bowl. The face is attached with magnets, a system that allows new color combinations. Photography copyright Please Wait to be Seated.

Modular lounge seating system IsoleNN1 by Nendo and Luca Nichetto for &tradition. This concept enables a variety of combinations and configurations, including versions with and without an island-like arm cushion (isole means “islands” in Italian). Photography copyright &tradition.