At home: Trine and Jan in Copenhagen
Art director Trine and architect Jan lives in Fredriksberg, Copenhagen, in a sunny townhouse with white walls, big windows and nice objects.
Bad taste – good feeling
Scandinavian aesthetes should sometimes take on something ugly or unusual, something that not only glide past as approved and adopted as beautiful.
Caroline Olssons Pencil Light was presented during 100% Norway in London, and is both a lamp and storage for stationary supplies.
Kalvebod Waves by JDS Architects opened in August, and is an expansion of the harbourfront with bridges and water-related activities.
Bjärreds Saltsjöbad ved Malmø
Situated far out in the Øresund ocean, Bjärred Saltsjöbad is sauna and restaurant in spectacular and modern surroundings.
NYTT ROM #36
In the latest issue of NYTT ROM you will find five different homes, in addition to new architecture, new design and new objects.
Guest: Colin Eick
This weeks guest is photographer Colin Eick. He was recently in Lofoten, Norway, observing nature, people and local culture.
The DAB radio Plugg is designed by the Oslo-based design firm Skrekkøgle, and is a clever form meets function experiment.
Ceramic artist Anne Black has an apartment in Fredriksberg, a studio in Vesterbro and a summer house in Nord-Sjælland.
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