Posts tagged 'copenhagen'

From the Archive: A look inside Louis Poulsen’s Copenhagen headquarters

When Louis Poulsen moved its headquarters to a historic naval quarter of Copenhagen, the Danish lighting company’s focus was on maximising brightness and a sense

Interiors

Showroom Remix: Putting a kitchen at its heart

Sustainable mindsets unite Danish fashion label Designers Remix and the Reform brand to create this newly redesigned Copenhagen-based showroom and workspace When the Danes experienced

Interiors

The Audo: A look inside the hybrid space designed by Norm Architects

The Audo – Menu’s hybrid space for work, play, eat and sleep in Copenhagen – creates a design-led experience that you can even bring home

Interiors

House of Finn Juhl turns former fashion boutique into its new showroom

The historic space showcases the brand’s most iconic pieces House of Finn Juhl – the renowned Danish design pioneer best known for iconic pieces including

Design

Universal Design Studio designs guest rooms at Villa Copenhagen

The studio’s work infuses the new Danish hotel in a neo-baroque building with art-inspired ‘quiet beauty’ London-based architecture and interior design practice Universal Design Studio

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These are the big challenges future workplaces pose for architects

For architects and designers, creating an office space is increasingly becoming about more than rows of desks and access to natural light. Greater understanding of

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‘I’m fed up of Brexit… I still think it’s a stupid idea’: Guy Verhofstadt says what he thinks at the BCO Conference

Guy Verhofstadt, the leader of the Liberals and Democrats bloc in the European Parliament, got a round of applause from the audience at the British

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Inside OnOffice February: The Scandi Issue

As the new year settles in with force and the holidays whittle away into a distant memory, we cosy up with a heavy dose of

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The New Noma: Meet the designers behind the top restaurant’s fine wood furniture

After a seemingly long yet peaceful journey out of Copenhagen’s city centre, you’re greeted by an influx of traditional Danish housing and roads lined by

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Max Lamb: Marble, metal, wood – and now recycled textile boards

Max Lamb is a master of materiality. It’s no surprise then, that Really – a startup from Copenhagen that is now majority-owned by Danish textile giant

Opinion

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