"A busy man, with powerful design ideas, The Memo asked Torpe how he’s transforming the face of retail with Bang & Olufsen’s store."
"Striking a balance between a brand’s history and its dedication to innovation is at the core of Johannes Torpe Studio’s installations created for the Nike office in China. The Copenhagen-based studio placed a collection of brand installations within the space, reflecting on the company’s legendary foundational stories whilst championing its progress."
"Johannes Torpe runs an international design studio, out of Copenhagen, with a passion for breaking away from mediocrity, pushing creativity forward. He practices The Five Tibetans daily, and had countless sleepless nights trying to re-brand the Danish icon Bang & Olufsen, which he successfully mastered in 2013."
“Danish business and financial newspaper Børsen interviews Johannes Torpe on how to make it in a very competitive business with nothing more than a belief in yourself and your own abilities. It is also in this interview he announces his decision to leave Bang & Olufsen as their Group Creative Director.”
"Johannes Torpe Studios created the new design for Palæo, a healthy fast food chain in Copenhagen. Taking inspiration from the simplicity of the paleo diet and lifestyle, they designed a space using raw materials, like leather, wood, and wool, making it easy to expand to other locations in the future."