Danish design studio Encoded works with artisans based in Bali to create work that is both contemporary and environmentally conscious. The use of repurposed and recycled materials can evoke images of a specific aesthetic that is not typically considered modernist or contemporary. Working with recycled safety belts, cow leather and untreated wood, Encoded breaks away from that aesthetic and designs work that is natural but still refined and sophisticated.
The lounge chair highlights the Danish design influence with its simple lines and minimalist material and colour palette. The use of teak tree provides a dynamic display of wood grain and movement not found in traditionally employed materials. Their dedication to their Danish background and commitment to the talent and knowledge of Bali’s craftspeople has helped Encoded establish a business model where materials, skill and design result in work that is of a high standard and accessible to a much wider audience.

Written by Michelle Heath



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ONE: Spot the ‘one of a kind’

The fusion between innovation and original design is represented at ONE. Together with experimental design students, the supreme within visionary and populary first-movers are gathered in a unique concept in Hall F at Formland Spring 2018.

We are delighted that Encoded and Witloft again are represented on Formland in Hall ONE.

We look forward to showing our new collection SS18 as well as Witloft’s super cool leather aprons, kniferolls, etc.

See you soon.