Articles tagged Denmark

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In our new book, SPACE10 wants you to eat your vegetables – and your insects, too

Future Food Today features alternative everyday recipes made with oft-overlooked ingredients, from algae to bugs – and it’s available for purchase now. 

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Maybe this type of seat layout can make cinemagoing a better experience?

Copenhagen – At this year’s Copenhagen Documentary Film Festival, MBADV Studio flipped the cinema space on its head by way of a boundary-pushing furniture layout.

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Here are three things your office can quickly adopt from SPACE10’s new workplace

Copenhagen – From a more affordable version of the soundproof booth to textile paneling, here are three tweaks that open-plan workspaces can borrow.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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 …

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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. 

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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.

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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.

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Inside BIG's Lego House

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