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Autumn is here and its time to reflect on what we’ve been up to here at JACOB JENSEN™ and Jacob Jensen Design.
With the release of the JACOB JENSEN™ Icon series of watches, a Toaster II, Kettle and Telephone 50, the unveiling of Tommerup Kister’s ‘Diamant’ collection of coffins and urns, or our new partnership with Rosendahl Design Group, it certainly has been a busy time for us.
Please read on to find out more in detail
Unveiling of Tommerup Kister’s ‘Diamant’ coffin series
On the 3rd of October, Jacob Jensen Design and well-established coffin manufacturer Tommerup Kister unveiled the ‘Diamant’ series, a timeless and universal new line of coffins.
The ‘Diamant’ series collection comprises three coffins - Diamant 14, Diamant 26 and Diamant 32 - and an urn, both available in either black or white with a choice of matt or highly polished finish.
Japanese technology meets Danish design: Toshiba and Jacob Jensen Design join forces in TV.
On the 2nd of September Toshiba Europe and Jacob Jensen Design presented the collaboration in design with the introduction of a new series of televisions. The presentation took place at an exclusive press conference held at Toshiba’s stand during the IFA Exhibition 2010 in Berlin.
Furthermore, on the 3rd of September a new radio from the Danish audio manufacturer Tangent, named Fjord Design by Jacob Jensen was unveiled at The Nordic Embassis in Berlin.
JACOB JENSEN™ is proud to introduce its new range of watches, the Icon Series. With its clean lines, sharp edges and black and silver contrasts the Icon Series features the brand’s legendary design signatures.
The choice for this series fell on the contrasts: polished and matt steel, a leather strap with a rubber inlaid, and a sapphire crystal lens. The dominant design feature is the harmonious and smooth transition from the watch case to the strap, and the characteristic cross that features on the dial, the crown and the clasp.
JACOB JENSEN™ strengthens its partnership structure by joining forces with Rosendahl Design Group, one of Scandinavia’s leading manufacturers of living and dining products.
Rosendahl Design Group becomes the eighth company in Jacob Jensen Brands partner structure, where individual companies buy licenses to produce and market the JACOB JENSEN™ products designed at the studio Jacob Jensen Design. The brand is today represented in 33 countries with an ever-growing product portfolio from timepieces, kitchen and living products, eyewear, jewellery and many more.
Release of JACOB JENSEN™ Toaster II,
Kettle and Telephone 50
Release of JACOB JENSEN™ Toaster II, Kettle and
JACOB JENSEN™ expands its line of products for the home with the all new kettle and refined One-Slot Toaster II. The combination of sandblasted aluminium and black finishes results in two sophisticated pieces of kitchenware. With its classic and straightforward design will it add that little extra to the kitchen of 2010.
Telephone 50 is especially suited for hotels and offices and features, among others, eight programmable memory keys, pre-defined configurations of the user menu and functions, user blocking to avoid guest room changes, message waiting indication and configuration memory back-up.
JACOB JENSEN™ will be launching its official online store in collaboration with BrandMates e.K. later this month. The store will stock an extended line of classic JACOB JENSEN™ products plus a wide range of exclusive ‘Design by Jacob Jensen’ products from other manufacturers such as Rosti Mepal and Jabra.
In other news, CEO and Chief Designer Timothy Jacob Jensen and Art Director Nigel Hopwood will be travelling to Bhutan, Thailand and India at the end of this month, where they are due to meet Weisz’s watch distributor, give design lectures for Toshiba etc.