The Danish Design Award was held this week, where designers received recognition for their contribution to danish design in a variety of categories. Design is more than just making nice
FINALLY! It’s time to store your thick woven blankets. Spring is officially here. Even though it’s been snowing here in Scandinavia we still feel the spring breeze in the air.
This weekend saw no sun in Stockholm. But it was a bright and joyous couple of days anyway, because the Danish design market FindersKeepers came for a visit. We, of
This past Thursday was the official start of DesignMarch, with one of its most popular official events – DesignTalks – held in Reykjavík‘s magnificent Harpa concert hall and conference center.
We fell in love with Icelandic-born, New York-based artist Shoplifter (Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir) a while ago and if you didn’t read our article talking about her latest work earlier on in the year, then
Some of us are hmm… let’s say not as gifted when it comes to caring for plants, or are just new to it! I clearly remember a time a few years
After receiving her master’s degree in furniture and spatial design from the Royal Danish Academy of Design, Copenhagen-based designer Nina Bruun had joined revered Danish brand Muuto. Besides her successful
The New Year has been and gone, Christmas seems like a distant memory and it feels like Pay Day is playing a fantastic game of hide and seek. But, alas,
‘Any exciting building should have a piece of furniture designed uniquely and specially for the house… In the Nordic countries we have a long tradition of combining design and architecture
As a teenager, Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir, came across a “victorian memory flower” in an antique shop in Reykjavík. “It’s an old craft developed in Europe in the 1600’s and repeated with