Nicodesign is an architectural/industrial design office located in Copenhagen, Denmark, with more than 30 years of experience in developing innovative products and concepts.
At Nicodesign we are always keeping the pace with modern times while thinking ahead with smart and creative designs that stand the test of time. We have a wide experience in various fields e.g. Furniture, Bathrooms, Lifestyle, Clean Technology, Innovative Electronics and Architecture.
An important point is the use of green design principles, blending energy and cost efficiency with alternative materials.
We take great efforts in meeting the new challenges of the globalized world, and are among the organisation INDEX: top 100 stories of design to improve life. Our focus lies on finding solutions that consider the environment as well as social issues.
Global warming is causing ice around the north and south poles to melt. This could result in rising sea levels and decreasing land area. On top of this, the world's population is increasing. These developments mean that, in the future, living space will become a problem. Nicodesign has designed a potential solution to this problem: […]
Nicodesign has developed a proposal for the apartments of the future which represents a solution to our time’s social and economic problems. The building centres on flexibility and is developed around a modular building system where flexibility can be found in both the construction of the apartments and living situation. The functional modules are adaptable […]
In order to improve the cold-chain of vaccines, we have developed Medi-Cooler: an active and portable “refrigerator” for cooling and transporting medicine. The focus is on the last branch of the cold chain, specifically for outreach and emergency areas. The Medi-Cooler helps people who need vaccines/medicine in areas without electricity as it is solar-powered, and […]
Welcome to Oikos Avrio – The Home as the Center The home of future must provide more for the people using it. The concept of the home of the future must complete social needs, reduce energy consumption, and adjust to people’s changing lifestyles. The home of the future will have the ability to adapt, and […]