Studio Ane Lykke is among the 10 designers and artists from Denmark who will be represented in a curated group exhibition, The Mindcraft Project, for the Milan Design Week 2020. The exhibition will highlight artistic, research-driven and experimental works by some of the most notable contemporary designers and artists from Denmark
In a Q&A series, each designer and artist participating in the Mindcraft Project talks about what they are passionate about in their artistic practice and what they are inspired of.
TEFAF MAASTRICT 2020
Represented by Galerie Maria Wettergren at the art fair TEFAF Maastrict. March 7-15 2020
The Senbon light object is a marker of the newly opened Japanese Restaurant Sushi Anaba, located in Nordhavn, in Copenhagen.
The light object is placed in the restaurant's facade window and is thus both central and visible from the outside, from the harbor promenade, as well as from the inside, creating subtle light experiences www.sushianaba.com
PAD LONDON 2019
DESIGN MIAMI BASEL
Studio Ane Lykke debuts at Design Miami Basel with Galerie Maria Wettergren 2019
For the 2019 edition of Design Miami/ Basel, Danish designer Ane Lykke will show her signature piece Light Object as part of the strong line-up presented by Galerie Maria Wettergren. The fair takes place in Basel, Switzerland, 11-16 June.
A.PETERSEN JAPAN RETUR running until February 28th 2019
The light object is part of the exhibition Japan Retur. The exhibition exposes work, created on the basis of the Danish State Art foundation and the Ministry of Culture`s major focus on design, celebrating the 150th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Denmark and Japan.
Perception of light. Fused aspects of traditional Japanese aesthetic with play in light, shadow and depth - aiming to evoke and expand meditative states within the viewer.
The introduction exhibition to the coming site specific exhibitions TIL STEDEt at Bagsværd Church, by Jørn Utzon. Curated by Katrine Borup.
SPATIAL DESIGN, PERCEPTION AND DETAIL. KADK, COPENHAGEN
ENG / “The Textile Facade” External supervisor Architect Dorte Mandrup and Designer Ane Lykke
Workshop at KADK, Copenhagen
The focus of the workshop was to create a common language on the basis of the separate interdisciplinary understandings of the concept of rhythm, structure, surface, repetition, texture with a continuous aesthetic development. The facade had to be a spatial surface, with a conscious exploration of space between inside and outside. The facade has been developed with the use of textile techniques, which are converted into architectural elements.
ENG / Recidency at the National Workshops Copenhagen May- July 2014
DK / Ophold på Statens Værksteder maj - juli 2014
CENTER FOR CANCER AND HEALTH COPENHAGEN
ENG / Site specific integrated three dimesional wallsurface that changes depending on perspective, and become a catalyst for mental and social processeses. Completion summer 2014
DK / Stedsspecifik tre-dimensionel vægflade, der forandre sig afhængigt af perspektivet, og bliver en katalysator for mentale og sociale processer. 2014
subterranean parking garage
ENG / Entasis Architects, is the winner of the international project competition, for the conversion of Thomas B. Thriges street in Odense City Center. With the urban planning task, follows the disposition of a large underground parking garage, which Entasis has visualized, with reference to the integrated decoration, at the subterranean passage, at the National hospital (Rigshospitalet) created by Ane Lykke.
DK / Entasis Arkitekter, er vinder af den internationale projekt konkurrence om omdannelsen af Thomas B. Thriges gade i Odense bymidte. Med byplan-opgaven, følger disponeringen af en stor underjordisk parkeringskælder, som Entasis har visualiseret, med reference til den integrerede udsmykning af kældergange på Rigshospitalet, skabt af Ane Lykke.
Snitperspektiv i P-kælderen, Gul Catwalk og Parkeringsarelaer Link: Entasis.ashx (page 55-56-57
THE DANISH LIGHTING AWARD
ENG / The jury's motivation: "A beautiful, simple and perfect completed project. The project is a model of how light and art can transform space"
DK / Juryens motivering: ”Et smukt, enkelt og perfekt gennemført projekt. Projektet er et forbilledligt eksempel på, hvordan lys og kunst kan forvandle et rum”.
The Danish Lighting Award 2011, nominated. Integrated Installation. Panum Institute / University Hospital. The nominated projects : Kongens Have (Odense), Middelfart Sparekasse (Middelfart), Tunnel between Panum Institute and Rigshospitalet (Copenhagen), Terminal 2, Copenhagen Airport (Kastup) and Aalborg Havnefront (Aalborg)