1990: Graduates from Skolen for Brugskunst, specialising in furniture.
Completes apprenticeship as cabinet maker at Wulff's Møbelsnedkeri, Hellerup.
The State of Denmarks 3-year working grant.
1998-1999: Teacher at Danmarks Designskole
Sika Horsnæs Caneline
Balling Engelsen A/S
Kenneth Madsen Film
Louis Poulsen A/S
Designpartner in Linde, Hagerup & Petersen 1996-
2002-2005: Chairman of SE
1996: 1. prize for Københavnerstol in SE and DDC competition
1994: Bo Bedre's innovation award for the Tumbler chair
1994: Waterlilly European Award under 35 for the Tumbler Chair
Royal Copenhagen 225 years jubilee exhibition at Kunstindustrimuseet, May 2000
Dansk Design Udstilling, Musee Des Arts Decoratifs et du Design, Gent jan. 2000, the cradle "Swing Low"
Dansk Design Udstilling, Maison de la Culture d'Arlon mar. 2000, the cradle "Swing Low"
Trendstand at Formland, Herning Feb. 2000, the cradle "Swing Low"
crafts.dk's exhibition at Frankfurtmesse Feb. 2000 crafts.dk, the cradle "Swing Low"
SE's exhibition at Kunstindustrimuseet, SE år 2000, The Slow Chair
Cooperation with PP Møbler starts with the arm chair Suppose, PP 901, presented at SEÃƒÂƒÃ‚Âƒ's exhibition at KIM and Scadinavian Furniture Fair, Bellacentret in Copenhagen
"New Scandianavia", exhibition at Museum für angewanndete Kunst in Köln Offentligt Design" Dansk Design Center's travelling exhibition in Denmark
crafts.dk's exhibition,Franfurt Ambiente Feb 99, the cradle "Swing Low" crafts.dk's exhibition,Franfurt Tendence Aug 99, the cradle "Swing Low"
"Abitare il Tempo" "Scenarios of Young European Design" Verona Oct99
SE's exhibition at KIM with "Suppose PP901" arm chair
Scadinavian Furniture Fair, Bellacentret København Aug99,"Suppose PP901" arm chair at PP Møbler
Kunstindustrimuseet in Copenhagen, exhibition architect at SE "Peace is Luxury"
SE "Peace is Luxury", Kunstindustrimuseet, Copenhagen, the cradle "Swing Low"
Miniature models at crafts.dk, Amagertorv 1., Copenhagen
"Design Nordic Way" Nordic travelling exhibition, Baltikum,Sankt Retersborg, Finland, arr. Svensk Form, the 'københavnerstol'
SE at Kunstindustrimuseet in Copenhagen. Bookshelf
Scandinavien Funiture Fair Aug. Eilersen A/S living room table and Piiroinen, bookshelf
IMM Köln Messe, Schutz Wicker work furniture
1. prize "Københavnerparkstol" competition by SE and DDC
IMM Köln Messe, furniture series in rattan for Flechtatelier Schütz
IMM Köln Messe Waterlily European award,toddler stool "Champ"
Møbelgruppens exhibition at Tobaksgården in Horsens, toddler stool "Champ"
Møbelgruppen, Scandinavien Funiture Fair, toddler stool "Champ"
Milan Furniture Fair, Waterlily European award, toddler stool "Champ"
Møbelgruppen På den Fri, Østerbro, the deck chair "Chip"
Møbelgruppen,Scandinavien Funiture Fair, the deck chair "Chip"
Opens own drawing office, SUP
Graduation exhibition in Trinitatis Church
SØREN ULRIK PETERSEN
His training as cabinet maker and his education the Danish School of Design have been decisive for this reccurrently prize-winning designer. His work is thus characterised by the confident hand of the craftsman, an eye for detail, and thorough knowledge of furniture construction principles. And, simultaneously, his design education steps into character. One senses a generous creative excess in his models. With its focus on functionality and simplicity, this excess points to his anchorage in the Danish design tradition . But also there is the more personal aspect which first and foremost signals a sense of humour and a certain degree of laid back attitude.
SØREN ULRIK PETERSEN with PP
Søren Ulrik Petersen started working with PP Møbler in 1998. Just one year later, the result was the arm chair Suppose, which was launched at SE's exhibition the same year. Since then, Søren Ulrik Petersen has been a regular visitor at the workshop in Allerød at least once a week.
Despite Søren Ulrik Petersens education as cabinet maker back in 1985, it was not until his collaboration with PP Møbler that he ventured working with wood in his designs. The dialogue has since then been characterised by mutual respect where each party benefits from the others professionalism.
His humility and respect for the craft means that Søren Ulrik Petersen always uses the cabinet maker's knowledge when developing his designs. He never prsents completely finished models, but rather an idea or concept, which is then finished in cooperation with the craftsmen at the workshop. Consequently, the process is dynamic, progressive, and mutually inspiring