Astrid Krogh was born in Denmark in 1968. After graduating from the textile faculty at The Danish Design School in 1997, Krogh established her own studio the following year. Since then, Krogh has provided a consultancy service to architects and product designers, received government commissions for public works and created site-specific artworks. Krogh’s client list includes Mærsk, Danish State Railways, the Government of Norway, the Danish Parliament, The Danish National Bank, the Royal Danish Library, The Netherlands’ national health authority, The Swedish Arts foundation, 21 C Museum Hotels, USA, Velux and Longchamp, Paris.

Krogh’s pieces are published in several important books about contemporary textiles, architecture and design and she has won several design prizes including The Danish Art Foundation in 2006, 2009 and 2011. She won the Thorvald Bindesboell Medal in 2008 and received the Inga & Ejvind Kold Christensen Prize in 2015. Astrid Krogh was attributed the Annual Honorary Grant of the National Bank of Denmark and in 2016, she received the Finn Juhl Architecture Prize.

Krogh’s artistic works have been shown at international design fairs, art galleries, museums and private exhibitions. Her commercial commissions and architectural collaborations show the extent to which contemporary textiles can create new possibilities for all aspects of spatial design and architecture.