The set design for the Stine Goya ‘HOMECOMING’ SS24 show delivered
by the Copenhagen creative practice Spacon & X marks the fourth
collaboration with the brand. In stark contrast to Spacon & X and Stine Goya’s previous collaborations, this season’s scenography
focuses on a more personal touch, presenting a sensory, immersive
experience driven by the collection’s concept of ‘HOMECOMING’.
Our catwalk this season, takes place around a metaphorical communal
dinner table – famed and beloved by Copenhagen’s communities. By
inviting our audience into this experience at the Kartoffelrækkerne, Spacon & X and Stine Goya create a moment of intimacy and belonging
for all attendees.
To support the idea of ‘home’ as a concept rather than a physical
space. Utilising the natural backdrop of Eckersbergsgade, set details
are inspired by the traditional street dinners at Kartoffelrækkerne,
paying homage to the long-awaited Danish summers and seasonal dishes
neighbours share under the neverending daylight. The result is an
exaggerated long table open for the extended Goya community to share
and enjoy coming together as one.
“Through the sculptural placement of seasonal food and carefully
curated, locally borrowed tableware, we have designed a centrepiece
installation that runs across the entire length of the table,
creating coherence and allowing every guest, to experience and
interact with a waste-free design with a fun, interactive and playful
The colored jellies played a central role in this season's scenography, serving both as sculpture elements and curating the vibrant color scheme on the table setting. These jellies were meticulously experimented with and crafted in-house, featuring not only a variety of colors but also an assortment of seasonal fruits, vegetables, and objects.