Monthly Archives: October 2014

Copenhagen: Living On The Water

Growing up in the East Midlands in the UK, I always longed for the sight of a shimmering horizon, where sea met sky. Years later in Copenhagen, I have salt water in touching distance. It may not be the open sea kissing rolling sand dunes, but the harbor and it´s squawking seagulls will do. We are […]
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Two Worlds, One Sluseholmen

One September Sunday morning back in 2006, I found myself standing on one of the piers at Valby Boat Club, preparing to take photographs of this unique site for a presentation the following day. As I was about to take the first shot, my hand-made bike behind me toppled and in slow motion fell into […]
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Spelt and Grüner, a perfect match

The last few years, Copenhagen has witnessed  a blossoming of artisan bakeries providing more than your average slice of white bread. The majority of Copenhagen´s neighborhoods have now their own local bakeries cum cafés serving high quality breads, often organic. The master baker, Chad Robertson from San Francisco, has thankfully inspired a new generation of […]
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Founders House, a greenhouse for entrepreneurial spirits

Tucked away from the glare of street life on Njalsgade, Founders House has been blossoming for sometime now. This non profit project has been offering young creative tech entrepreneurs, a vibrant co-working space to grow, as what the team behind Founders House call “Start-up Village”. The concept, though not new, but it´s exciting that it is […]
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Oh my Mitte

As the heavens opened, turning Copenhagen into a scene from Blade Runner, the directors cut, there was only one option. Escape. Fortunately, this coincided with a study trip to Berlin exploring the diverse and expressive retail spaces of this playful city and under more friendlier skies. I first discovered Mitte 5 years ago, when it […]
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Lidkoeb, still roaring

It´s almost 2 years ago minus a month, since Rasmus Lomborg opened the doors at Lidkoeb,welcoming guests in search of more than an Old Fashioned. For those traveling to Copenhagen in search of unique bar experience, where you can enjoy a drink with a friend or two, or just sit on your own and take […]
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October mist

There are those rare mornings that just take your breath away and today was one of them. Crossing the harbor from Sluseholmen over to Amager, I noticed that the cyclists in front of me were stopping, almost hopping off their bikes and simultaneously reaching for their smartphones. I stopped and sensed the quietness of the […]
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