Kasper Salto & Thomas Sigsgaard

Since 2003 Kasper and Thomas have worked together, from their studio in Copenhagen. With the first prize in the Danish Arts Foundation’s competition; ‘New furniture for the UN headquarters’, they moved into furniture design together. Since designing the Council Chair, Kasper and Thomas have been involved in several projects with Onecollection.

Thomas Sigsgaard

Thomas Sigsgaard was born in Copenhagen, Denmark on July 20, 1966. Graduated from The Royal Academy of fine arts in 1995. Employed at PLH architects from 1995 – 1998, and Vilhelm Lauritzen architects from 1998 – 2001. Own studeo; ‘Over vandet’ Architects from 2001, mainly designing for private clients. Main works: ‘West View’, ‘S house’, ‘HS2’, ‘SLA-house’, ‘TITAN’ and ‘HCA-Penthouse’. Teaching at DIS (Danish International Study program) architecture and design program from 2001 – 2006. Started office (Salto & Sigsgaard) together with Kasper Salto in 2005. Awarded: National Arts Foundation, National Bank’s Jubilee Fund, The merchant LF Foghts Fund, Knud Højgaards fund.

Kasper Salto

Kasper Salto was born in Copenhagen, DK on February 14, 1967. Graduated cabinet maker in 1988. Masterpiece honoured with a silver medal. After that graduated 1994 from the Danish Design school. As a student, he had one semester at Art Center, college of design (Schwitzerland). In 1996 he was teaching at The Royal Acadamy of Fine Arts. Between 1994 and 1998, he worked for designer Rud Thygesen, who is a famous Danish designer in the field of furniture. It was at that time he met Peter Stærk: their friendship would have a deep influence on his professional life. In 1997, he designed the Runner chair for Peter Stærk who made the chair famous in Denmark, but also abroad. From 2006 the office is situated in the middle of town. He works mainly for the Company’s; Fritz Hansen, Onecollection and Stærk design. Salto has received a number of design awards for his work, lately the The Furniture Prize 2003, Engelhardts Mindelegat 2005, and latest The Finn Juhl Prize 2010.