Danish Design is associated with simplicity, minimalism, and functionality in most people's minds. As a design movement, it emerged early in the twentieth century and continues to flourish to this day.
Environmental responsibility, the use of natural materials, quality, and product lifetime are all essential criteria adhered to by the companies.
Danish design is known all over the world for its sleek lines and sophistication. It first became popular in the 1940s and 1950s, when Danish furniture's light and simple style proved a good fit for the clean lines of the new International Style architecture.
As for myself, I am very passionate about Danish design and it's great designers, characters that I began to know 30 years ago when one of my good Danish friends, who at that time worked as a Commercial Advisor at the Danish Embassy in Spain. He invited me to the Furniture Fair in Copenhagen in 1993 and told me about Hans Wegner, Arne Jacobsen, Verner Panton, Jørn Utzon, etc. It was love at first sight when I saw the products and the different brands presented there. Since then, I have had the privilege of working with the best Danish design manufacturers, representing them in the markets of Spain and Portugal, promoting their products in these markets through high design stores, architects, interior designers, hotel chains, etc.
For the last 15 years, my focus has been more and more on the contract market, where today I have a very large network and the sector where I have carried out hotel and office projects in the Caribbean, Spain, and Portugal.
My interest in sales and my passion for creating results are supported by my professionalism and my competencies through my 30 years of experience. I reach my goals through a dedicated approach and the ability to build strong relationships with my customers.