GUS to be part of the exhibition "Danish Design NOW" at Designmuseum Danmark

February 25, 2016

GUS to be part of the exhibition "Danish Design NOW" at Designmuseum Danmark

Read Designmuseums press release from today:

http://www.designmuseum.dk/presse/presserum/dansk_design_nu_presse

This fine example of a wood/carbon bicycle will soon be in the company of some highly talented Danish Designers with the opening of "Dansk Design Nu" / "Danish Design now" at Designmuseum Danmark.

This includes some well established designers like Louise Campbell, Ole Jensen, Cecilie Manz, Kasper Salto and Henrik Vibskov. We are proud to be presented here amongst such talents and are looking forward to the opening.

Make sure to stop by and celebrate with us! 

www.designmuseum.dk





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