Located at Champs-Elysees the Maison du Danemark has since 1955 had its address in a historical building, newly renovated with interior design by GamFratesi and Gubi.
Posted on January 6th, by Dorthe Smeby in Interior.
An old iron factory in the lively and versatile neighborhood Nørrebro is converted into a brewpub called Brus, created and owned by the Danish craft brewery To Øl.
The House of Finn Juhl Hotel Hakuba in Japan opened in December 2016, and is the first of its kind decorated entirely with Finn Juhl furniture.
The book Marfa Modern: Artistic Interiors of the West Texas High Desert published by The Monacelli Press features twenty one unique houses.
Norm architects have created a new line of sanitary ware for Spanish Inbani titled Prime, inspired by the antique metal bathtubs with typical rolled edges.
The Swedish outdoor company Houdini has recently opened its first store in Oslo, resulting in the retail space Houdini hub designed by Snøhetta.
The architects at Studio David Thulstrup use inspirational mood boards to create and communicate ideas as a tool to present their visual aesthetics.
November 24 the new Design Museum in London opened the 10 000 square meter museum space on Kensington High Street, where Danish Dinesen oak has been used on all the wood flooring.
Posted on November 24th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture, Design, Interior, media, People, Products, Travel, Visual arts.
NYTT ROM no. 55 - The No Rules issue - is in stores now, featuring some great homes in Oslo and Copenhagen, new architecture, new objects and new design.