Hugrún is an art and design enthusiast from Iceland, with a deep appreciation for aesthetics that deviate from the conventional.
Being born and raised in the Reykjavík region, she draws inspiration from the city’s quirky small-town culture, and the diversity and individuality of its inhabitants.
Kyrja is one of my favourite Icelandic fashion design labels. It focuses on high quality design and minimalistic sophistication, proving that ones wardrobe abides by the rule of “less is
It’s been about a year since the unveiling of Helicopter’s colourful Mandatory Luck collection. The collection consisted of loose fitting garments featuring the deconstructed pattern of the Mandarin duck and
Something most of us find important when looking for a home is the view. Having a great view can have a deciding effect on the consideration of a prospective home
Malmö Live is a newly opened cultural centre located by the canal on Universitetsholmen in Sweden’s Malmö. The 54.000 m2 centre consists of a concert hall, congress hall and three
Our visual perception is entirely dependant on light. Light enables us to experience aesthetics and in doing so provides us with an oppurtunity for self-expression which is the main element
Here’s an apartment that’s a perfect example of making the most of a small space. Located in Sweden’s Gothenburg, the space still has a few of its original features from
Having an interest in design and décor can develop a tendency to focus exclusively on aesthetics. We follow the path our inclinations lead us down and submerge ourselves in an
FLEXA play is a colourful furniture collection for children developed in collaboration with Danish designer Charlotte Høncke. The collection features a series of fun and colourful furniture from cribs and
Spring is here! The Nordics are coming alive with people who rise from of their hibernation, wearing sunglasses and smiles on their faces, and look to experience the steadily increasing
As I’m sure you have noticed by now, a few of us here at Nordic Style Magazine attended DesignMarch and Reykjavík Fashion Festival and covered both of them extensively. I