NEWS

01
Jan
2019

Welcome to Lene Ryssel

A warm welcome to Lene Ryssel, Traffic Manager at Kvorning Design & Communication per January 1, 2019.

19
Dec
2018
03
Dec
2018

Arne Kvorning in PRO ARTE interview on Peterhof-concept

PRO ARTE Foundation for Culture and Arts, St Petersborg, Russia, interviews Arne Kvorning about ‘The Dutch House. Dreams of Peter the Great’ – Kvorning’s concept for Peterhof State Museum-Reserve, St Petersburg (December 2018-March 2019).

The temperary exhibition is part of the 3rd St Petersburg Biennale of Museum Design arranged by PRO ARTE.

03
Dec
2018

Kvorning is looking for interns / Spring 2019

Are you an architecture or design master’s student? And would you like to explore whether installation art, exhibition design and spaces is your thing? Then check this out! Kvorning is looking for interns!

Kvorning Design & Communication in Copenhagen is looking for creative master’s students with a passion for doing competition work and design tasks in Denmark and internationally, in places such as Norway and Russia.

As an intern with Kvorning at Njalsgade 21E on Islands Brygge in Copenhagen you will build lots of valuable experience while carrying out fun and exciting projects! Together, we create magical spaces and moments.

Send us a short description of yourself, examples of visualisations and a few lines on your preferred software and platforms. We work with the Adobe suite, particularly PS. Rhino is a common platform for all our 3D’s. V-Ray is also part of the software package. These skills are essential – and especially Rhino.

Send your application and portfolio to Arne Kvorning: job@kvorning.dk by 11 January 2019, and we’ll be in touch!

12
Nov
2018

Kvorning at ODM 2018

Meet Kvorning Design & Communication at the ODM 2018 Show in Vejle on 13 November 2018.

Visit our stand for a chat about exhibition design!

11
Nov
2018

MIND THE GAP! in Berlin

Based on over 26 years of international experience with museum design and exhibition design Arne Kvorning talks at the IMCC 2018 Conference at Westin Grand Berlin, Germany, focusing on bridging possible gaps between building architects, museum curators and exhibition designers.

Through a selection of cases Arne Kvorning will share his experiences and challenges working with museums and ‘starchitects’.

04
Nov
2018

New Dam Troll Museum

Kvorning Design & Communication wins turnkey exhibition for the world famed Dam Trolls or Good Luck Trolls.

The museum setting is creator Thomas Dam’s workshop from the 1950s at its original location in Gjøl, close to Aalborg, Denmark.

Since October 2016 the animated movie about the Nordic trolls has been playing in theatres thus peaking the popularity of the charming, now 60-year-old Dam trolls.

01
Nov
2018

Welcome to Netta Peltola

A warm welcome to Netta Peltola, Senior Visual Designer at Kvorning Design & Communication per November 1, 2018.

31
Oct
2018

Exhibition for Whaling Museum

Kvorning Design & Communication wins international competition about turnkey exhibition for The Whaling Museum in Sandefjord; Europe’s only museum of whales and whaling.

Museum Director Dag I. Børresen, The Whaling Museum, says –

Kvorning was chosen as exhibition designer due to the company’s broad experience within turnkey exhibitions. Experience, competences and understanding of the museum needs combined with an attractive concept were important criteria that were met during the tender competition. The Whaling Museum looks forward to co-operating with Kvorning Design & Communication on this new and exciting exhibition.

The Whaling Museum is part of the organisation Vestfoldmuseene IKS.

29
Oct
2018

MIND THE GAP! in St. Petersburg

Arne Kvorning speaks at ‘MUSEUM BREAKFAST’
Manege Central Exhibition Hall
1 Isaakiyevskaya Ploshchad, St.Petersburg, Russia
7 November 2018, 10:30-12:00

MIND THE GAP!
Developing museum concepts using production design methods / Co-creational concept development – mind the possible gaps between museum, building architect and exhibition designer / Think, create and develop from inside out / The way to St. Petersburg – highlights from more than 25 years in exhibition design.