iF Design Awards
Auping noa bed
Noa bed
Eva Harlou Friday sofa
Friday Sofa
Mask Stool - Natural Edition packshot
Mask Stool
archiproducts design awards winner 2021 - auping Noa bed
Archiproducts Design Awards
Earth Suite
Earth Suite
Winston daybed with Cushion
Winston daybed
Earth suite
Earth suite
Mater Earth Stool Backrest
Earth Stool - Backrest
mater earth gallery London_winston
Winston Daybed
Mask stool
Mask Stool
He chair
He Chair
Brick house
Brick House
Mater Earth Gallery Hamburg
Mater Earth Gallery - Hamburg
she chair
She chair
Winston Bench
Winston bench
Lunar BBQ
Tech BBQ - The Lunar booth
Earth Suite
Earth suite
Locus ladder
Locus Ladder
Earth Suite
Earth suite
mater earth gallery London_Dobble bottle
Mater Earth Gallery - London
Double bottle
Double Bottle
TechBBQ booth 2022
Eva Harlou

Eva Harlou

It was soon after graduating from the Aarhus School of Architecture in 2003 that Eva Harlou found herself playing a key role at Copenhagen architects 3XN, where she managed competition entries and gained a vital understanding of how the architecture world functions. 

archiproducts design awards winner 2021 - auping Noa bed

Auping Noa Bed Winner of the

Archiproducts Design Award

The jury of the 2021 Archiproducts Design Awards has declared Auping Noa the winner in the category furniture.


The Archiproducts Design Awards are an initiative of Archiproducts. With more than 230.000 products, 3.500 design brands and 2.7 million users, Archiproducts is the largest information and inspiration network for architecture and design in the world. It is a “permanent virtual exhibition of architecture and design” that connects the world of international brands, designers, architects, resellers, manufacturers and buyers together with trade shows, news and events.


Earth Stool Backrest

Earth Stool is a round bar stool designed by the Danish architect Eva Harlou. Earth Stool is the result of a new innovative waste-to-value technology that enables Mater to recycle corporate industrial waste, e.g. plastic waste and other fiber-based materials.

The seats are made of insulin pens in collaboration with Novo Nordisk and coffee bean shells from BKI coffee or waste from Carlsberg’s beer production – used grain – mixed with industrial plastic waste.