CPH Design's sister companies, Mountit and Bullbug, were acquired by Invactor in december 2011.
CPH Design's CEO, Lars Thøgersen has just returned from Shanghai where he has taken part in meetings with the CAAC - Civil Aviation Authority of China, the local aviation authorities and a number of players in th e Airline industry.
RampSnake has inspired new thinking and competition in the marketplace. User-centered design and genuine innovation keep it ahead of it's rivals.
User-centered design: The Mountit system goes on exhibition as an example of life-enhancing design.
In an article in the Børsen newspaper, CEO Lars Thørgersen points to the latest developments in China, and encourages Danish businesses to make better use of design in order to stay competitive.
Service Design: CPH Design participate in the Danish Design Center's main exhibition CHALLENGE SOCIETY with 2 projects
CPH Design's founder and CEO, Lars Thøgersen, will participate in the upcoming e-Co.design festival in Hangzhou, China.
More toilets at Copenhagen Airport are now guided by CPH Design's user-centered design principles.
CPH Design are among the nominees in the 'Body' category of the prestigeous INDEX: Award 2011, with Medotech's Grindcare device.
CPH Design's collaboration in the 'Technology for self-reliance' project is groundbreaking. It deeply involves municipalities in the design process, developing prototypes that can be developed into new products.
INDEX: has selected 3 projects from CPH Design to be among the 100 best designs to improve life since 2005.
CPH Design to take part in the second annual seminar 12th April 2011.
The strengths, weaknesses and possibilities for the future of the scaffolding industry published in a report from CPH Design.
CPH Design collaborate with Innovation Center Copenhagen (icph) on a one-day mock workshop to find new welfare products.
The Danish Design Centre's exhibition 10+ Design Forecast, where CPH Design contribute, has been extended until April 25 2011.
The Chinese government is planning the construction of 97 new airports by 2020.
CPH Design are contributors to the current exhibition at the Danish Design Centre, 10+ Design Forecast
AIDS-Fondet, the Danish AIDS Foundation, lacked a new and efficient collection container and asked CPH Design to design and construct one.
Medotech, has won the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in the category of Life Sciences for it’s product Grindcare, that was designed by CPH Design.
The members of Danish Design Council have all, in various ways, helped to strengthen Danish design.
On the light-hearted side of CPH Design’s work is TumbleFlag.
QuickFill is a little device that has the potential to reduce transport related C02 emissions by up to ten percent.
CPH Design are again among the finalists for the prestigious INDEX:Award 2009. This time with the 3B baggage handling concept – a concept that makes Copenhagen Airport the world's first with hands free loading and unloading of baggage from check-in to aircraft.
John A. Caslione's message is clear: we have stepped into a new age where economic turbulence, chaos and risk are the new norms.
Can design solve world problems? No, but the design can help show the Danish Design Center's main exhibition CHALLENGE SOCIETY.
According to DDC: “CHALLENGE SOCIETY, shows how design meets such challenges. This is not a question of inventing new accessories for the world, but of inventing new ways to design the world. We need to design systems and services to match the complex demands of the future public and private sectors, both individuals and companies.
Using film, texts and photos the exhibition showcases the many examples of how design strategies as the simple solution to complex challenges help give new life to our ailing welfare state, while also creating improved solutions for the users and adding economic value to the industry. Two specific cases from the exhibition show how Danish prisons and nursing homes have chosen to team up with designers in order to solve their main problems."
CPH Design's Service Design projects "Technology for self-reliance" and "Free Choice" are exhibited as an example of how, through use of user-driven innovation, the public sector can address future challenges in relation to how fewer pairs of hands will will be able to take care of more elderly people.