Our Designers

Salto Sigsgaard

Denmark

 

"When we acknowledge that there are many ways to solve a problem, the "way" to the result is the essence in which to understand the solution. And because we always define and refine our "way to the result," we have a good chance of making things better. "Design is to take something and make it better."

Kasper Salto and Thomas Sigsgaard have worked together from their studio in Copenhagen since 2003. They believe design is a tool for making better products for as many people possible.

Kasper Salto was born in Copenhagen and graduated to cabinet-making followed by the Danish Design School (1994). As a student he worked for Rud Thygesen, a famous Danish designer in the field of furniture. At that time he met Peter Staerk; their friendship would have a deep influence on his professional life. In 1997, he designed the Runner chair for Peter Staerk who made the chair famous in Denmark and abroad. In 1998, Salto got his own studio. He has received a number of design awards for his work, lately the The Furniture Prize 2003, Engelhardts Mindelegat 2005, Lis Ahlmanns hæderslegat 2008, and The Finn Juhl Prize 2010.

Thomas Sigsgaard was born in Copenhagen and graduated from The Royal Academy of Fine Arts in 1995. Employed at PLH Architects from 1995 – 1998, and Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects from 1998 – 2001, and teaching at DIS (Danish International Study program), Architecture and Design Program, from 2001 – 2006.

Kasper Salto and Thomas Sigsgaard have worked together from their studio in Copenhagen since 2003. They believe design is a tool for making better products for as many people possible.

Kasper Salto was born in Copenhagen and graduated to cabinet-making followed by the Danish Design School (1994). As a student he worked for Rud Thygesen, a famous Danish designer in the field of furniture. At that time he met Peter Staerk; their friendship would have a deep influence on his professional life. In 1997, he designed the Runner chair for Peter Staerk who made the chair famous in Denmark and abroad. In 1998, Salto got his own studio. He has received a number of design awards for his work, lately the The Furniture Prize 2003, Engelhardts Mindelegat 2005, Lis Ahlmanns hæderslegat 2008, and The Finn Juhl Prize 2010.

Thomas Sigsgaard was born in Copenhagen and graduated from The Royal Academy of Fine Arts in 1995. Employed at PLH Architects from 1995 – 1998, and Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects from 1998 – 2001, and teaching at DIS (Danish International Study program), Architecture and Design Program, from 2001 – 2006.

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