Articles tagged Denmark


Coffee and architecture lovers: COBE’s Copenhagen studio has just the (public) café for you

Copenhagen – COBE’s in-studio Depanneur café is a cosy meeting ground to connect and get a behind-the-scenes look at the architects’ work.


From hidden houses to Nicole Kidman shade, this architectural book has many surprises

Amsterdam – Built Unbuilt revisits Julien De Smed’ts work, from PLOT TO JDSA to Makers with Agendas. We revisit some of his favourite projects featured in the book.


For Vola, product evolution means diving into the deep end

Horsens, Denmark – To celebrate their 50th anniversary, the Danish tap manufacturer refers back to their aquatic origins to explore the future.


Interior textiles can be sustainable, too - let Kvadrat show you

Ebeltoft, Denmark – Together with Margrethe Odgaard, the Danish interior textile company crafted Re-Wool, a collection utilising a new recycling strategy.


Here’s to 50 more years of water and wellness

Horsens, Denmark – Vola celebrates five decades of shaping water through design and innovation with a series of short films. The most recent, featured here, is titled Water and …


Montana proves sustainability can come in many colours – 42, to be exact

London – At the London Design Festival, the Danish furniture brand presented a selection of environmentally minded products at the Eco Townhouse. 


Frame Awards jury member Anny Wang wonders how retail spaces can cheat trends

Copenhagen – As sustainable concepts and technologies in develop, the Swedish designer questions the future of physicality for design objects.


Design plays a key role in the blooming business of flower shops

Flowers are no longer just decoration – they’re now a key part of the more sensorial retail experience, from China to Denmark.


Inside BIG's Lego House

BILLUND, DENMARK – BIG’s Lego House translates the language of Lego bricks to full scale building.

Skovbakkeskolen by CEBRA. Photo Adam Mørk

Kids are royalty in this village-like school by CEBRA

ODDER – Complete with a series of plazas in the interior, playful fenestration, and pitched roofs, the students are encouraged to run freely throughout the building and rule the day.

Tirpitz Blavand Bunker Museum by BIG. Photo Rasmus Hjortshoj / Rasmus Bendix

BIG buries a sanctuary of light into the sand of a former war zone

BLAAVAND – The Tirpitz bunker is the biggest and heaviest of 200 bunkers along the Danish coast and has been turned into collection of museums.

Cubic Houses by ADEPT. Photos Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST

Cubic houses by ADEPT shift and slide into place

COPENHAGEN – ADEPT create a dynamic residential block that’ll make you look twice and think that it could maybe move on its own.