A piece of jewellery for the wall

Designed by Anne Boysen in collaboration with Georg Jensen silversmiths, Intoo is an impressive work of craft. Inspired by the shapes of a spoon, the beauty of archival jewellery and the sumptuousness of hollowware, this piece stands as a unique addition to Georg Jensen’s century-spanning catalogue of silver masterpieces.



Intoo wallpiece in sterling silver designed by Anne Boysen crafted in Copenhagen by Silversmiths


“Georg Jensen has a legacy of crafting beautiful jewellery and sumptuous silver hollowware – so my thought was: what if I made something as beautiful as jewellery and as big as holloware and placed it on a wall?”

– Anne Boysen, architect and designer


Hammered details of Intoo fine silver wallpiece designed by Anne Boysen


Spoon shapes

When designing Intoo, Anne Boysen started with a spoon, fascinated by its convex and concave shapes and the reflections they created. Inspired by Henning Koppel’s mid-century Caravel spoon, with its large round reflective surface and streamlined forms, she crafted her silver masterpiece.


Anne Boysen drafting fine silver Intoo wallpiece


A dip in the archives

Like every artist invited to collaborate with the house, Anne Boysen began with a visit to the Georg Jensen archives in Copenhagen, a treasure trove of the brand’s 120-year history. Inspired by the swirling forms of Vivianna Torun’s Moebius Brooch and the streamlined shapes of Henning Koppel’s mid-century Fish Dish, she aimed to craft a piece that combined elements of jewellery and hollowware.

Designer Anne Boysen
Anne Boysen
Anne Boysen rose to prominence after winning a Danish competition for designers and architects, quickly establishing herself as a gifted designer who turns complex ideas into playful, intuitive designs. In her first collaboration with Georg Jensen she draws inspiration from the brand’s historical archives and gives life to a unique work of craft.