The press and press Coverage
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10th June 2013
Article by Lippen Loewe, Havelivet nr. 25, 2013
25th December 2012
TV-portrayal on DRK. Arrangement by Helle Lyster The multi-artist Bjorn Wiinblad was both loved and hated for his adventurous manner and swelling shapes which he created on Christmas plaquettes, costumes, and cruise ships. His life was also an adventure. He earned millions abroad which he generously spent on friends and art. In this portrayal, his closest tell about a man who by all means searched for happiness and whose home is left as a scenographic treasure chest, an Aladdin’s cave.
19th August 2012
Article in MS Berlingske Design. Bjorn Wiinblad’s light blue wooden house in Kongens Lyngby survives and it will soon be more fun to go to design shops. Rosendahl and the Bjorn Wiinblad Foundation have joined forces.
3rd August 2012
Article in Designbase, magazine for the interior and arts and crafts industry and trade exhibition newspaper for ”Formlandmessen” Rosendahl Design Group has acquired the rights to Bjorn Wiinblad design. It is the plan to rethink and revitalise the brand AND give it a life targeted at the new generation of consumers. Concurrently the approach is to be loyal to the spirit of Bjorn Wiinblad’s design and not least his universe.
12th July 2012
Article in Frederiksborg Amts Avis, Hoersholm The foundation behind Bjorn Wiinblad’s legacy and design house Rosendahl Design Group has started a co-operation which gives the design company the rights to launch a series of products in the name of Bjorn Wiinblad”).
8th July 2012
Article in Nordjyske Stiftstidende. The target of making the world-famous artist’s home into a working museum can now be fulfilled.
1st July 2012
Article in Budstikken Aabenraa
24the June 2012
Article in Politiken. New co-operation concluded between Bjorn Wiinblads Vaerksted and Rosendahl Design Group means that the house has been saved. Rosendahl Design Group acquires the rights to develop products, market and sell a wide range of products and new interpretations of the design inheritance.
12th December 2011
Feature in TV2 Lorry: Bjorn Wiinblad’s house in Lyngby is decaying. The foundation administering the house cannot afford to maintain it. The consequence might be to sell the house and that the works of art and items created and collected by the deceased world famous artist will be scattered to the four corners of the world.
11th December 2011
Article in Berlingske Kultur
11th December 2011
Articles in MS Berlingske