A reflective, minimalistic, Scandi-inspired delight of a bar collection.
Fashion designer, Anita Hirlekar, on Icelandic DIY design
Two pilots and a heap of quality cotton.
Architect and artist Marcos Zotes on limitless urban exploration.
Snøhetta brings it to a deeper level, literally.
Otherworldy work by photographer Simen Johan.
Norwegian fashion designer EDDA is on a serious roll.
Room 810 filled with 810 portraits capturing the faces of Oslo.
A gigantic wooden tent in Stockholm’s outer archipelago.
Arthaus drops exclusive magazine with stills from iconic films.
A legend and his monumental gesamntwerk of Nordic art history.
The wildly talented Viktoria, Miranda and Aurora Aksnes.
Lorange's studies of emptiness, silence, and the in-between.
I hate the obviousness. I hate the coach-ish undertone. I hate that I at one point actually wrote: The world is your oyster, so taste it. I hate it all.
If I haven’t allowed myself to feel happy about launching my very first jubilee issue, then why am I doing it in the first place? What is it that we [creatives] are truly waiting for?
What do we do when words like authentic, honest, environmental friendly, legacy, quality and handcrafted start to leave a bad taste in the mouth?
How Andreas Engesvik made it to the top. And stayed there.
Mater on the correlation between ethics and great design.
Soft and ambient from the eminent Falke Svatun Lirhus.
Norwegian contemporary crafts and design returns to Milan.
The winner of this year's Northern Lightning Design Award.
Daniel Rybakken designing a new collection for Artek.
Noidoi on creative process and their recent launch, MELD.
FRAMA and DRY's cross-border creative collaboration.
Who says prison furniture should be sterile and institutionalized?
A couple of good reasons why Frama won Kitchen of the Year.
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