All in Denmark
The brand new Frederiksvej Kindergarten, entirely conceived by the renown danish contemporary community of architects COBE, was officially inaugurated on February 4th, 2016.
Geranium is a lucid, light and dynamic restaurant in the center of Copenhagen.
Bringing together a community of visionary designers, artists, technologists, makers and creatives from around the world, IKEA creates a research and exhibition space known as Space10.
Menu brings out many hidden and talented designers whom all share the same love for the minimalist lifestyle.
For 25 years the couple have designed and lived on the canals of Copenhagen in their floating homes.
Danish beer manufacturer Carlsberg has entered the beauty market, with a range of male grooming products derived from their world-famous lager.
Copenhagen Fashion Week is coming! Find here schedule for the Spring/Summer 2016 shows in Copenhagen, and... that's it!
Danish brand Han Kjøbenhavn has released a lookbook for Spring/Summer 2015 collection . The editorial showcases various items from the sport-infused collection, and features a model who certainly doesn’t fit the mold of a conventional fashion model.
In the heart of Copenhagen lies Hotel SP34, a new 4+ boutique hotel. Situated in Copenhagen's old Latin Quarter, the hotel's big yellow sign enchants the street and welcomes those keen to experience warm hospitality and attention to design.
The Standard Copenhagen‘s redesign as a “new cultural and gastronomic landmark” is another example of Denmark’s mastery in modern architecture.
Based in the meatpacking district in Copenhagen, Butchers & Bicycles just opened an impressive and minimalist showroom, headed up by the engineers and designers Morten Mogensen, Morten Wagener and Jakob Munk, who converted a 19th century stable building into a showroom and assembly shop full of modern Danish design.
Originally constructed in 1898, this gorgeous home is where Sofie and Frank Christensen settled after a complete renovation.
We have started to see it all when it comes to food and travel, so this one room hotel inside the Central Hotel and Cafe in Copenhagen does not quite shock us, but it is still something to talk about. I love the idea of this little hideaway, makes me think a bit of a war bunker.
Reoccurring conceptual pop-up shops have become the latest and most innovative way to access up and coming ideas in design and fashion. By opening up home spaces to photoshoots, conceptual stores and events, a new trend in home design is emerging.
Located in Aarhus, Denmark, Villa R sits on the edge of a forest, pushed back as close to the trees as it could be built. C.F. Møller Architects were inspired by the tree-lined locale making it important to design the home so that it felt like the trees were growing right inside.
Club Monaco is teaming up with one of the world’s top dining spots to present a special pop-up shop. Located inside Copenhagen’s Noma,