Flemming Bo Hansen

Flemming Bo Hansen (b. 1955) is a designer from Copenhagen, Denmark. He started out with an apprenticeship as goldsmith for Georg Jensen in the early 1980s and went on to work for that company internationally, among others in New York and Tokyo. Later, he trained to be a Silversmith at Allan Scharff and the Danish College of Jewellery and Silversmith, opening up his own studio in 1988. In the 90s, he became involved in many different projects and was also chosen to be a teacher at the Danish Design School. His products and designs are displayed in some of the world's best museums, among others the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museum Boymans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam, and the Musée d'Emaillerie et de l'Horlogerie in Geneva. Throughout his long-standing career, Flemming Bo Hansen received a number of outstanding awards, including the Accent Award in 1989 in New York, twice the iF product design award, the Design Plus Prize in 1991 & 1992, the Good Design Award 2004 in Japan, and many more. Latest, he received the Red Dot Design Award 2008 for Stelton's new vacuum jug, Bønne.
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