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Wecycle Copenhagen Has Come Home

It happens every now and then as you enter a space you know instinctively that you have entered something special. Walking into Wecycle Copenhagen, was such an experience. This recently opened concept store in one of Copenhagen’s most popular neighborhoods, Islands Brygge, has intelligently tapped into the soul of the city, by bringing bike design […]
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Copenhagen: Trends & Traditions 2018

  As the winds from yet another “Beast from the East” paid an unwelcome call to Copenhagen, the guests arriving at the Locomotive Workshop soon found a warm haven. This iconic building drooling with authenticity and atmosphere, was yet again the center stage for the Danish furniture and interior specialists, Holmris.Designbrokers’ annual event, Trends & […]
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The Dinesen Showroom: A Masterclass In Storytelling

The earthy aromas of sawn timber hit me before absorbing the visual experience of entering the Dinesen Showroom. The bouquet of bark and wood transported me to distant timber-yards and walks in the woodlands of Galloway. Dinesen, the Danish solid wooden floor board specialists since 1898, are internationally renowned for their craftsmanship and quality, making […]
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Copenhagen Light Festival

As the year’s first snow descends over the Danish capital, the city is transformed into an eloquent canvas for the annual Copenhagen Light Festival. For the whole of February, Copenhagen´s city landscape, facades, urban spaces and architecture plays host to an array of light installations that playfully challenge and engage its audience. The Wave returns […]
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Aesop’s Latest Nordic Adventure

  The Aesop brand is no stranger to Copenhagen. The Australian company is not only famed for its specialized skin and hair products, but also the choice of locations for its signature stores and the quality of craftsmanship behind these unique retail interiors. The latest addition to Aesop’s presence in Copenhagen, is located in the […]
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Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year

Copenhagen’s Paper Island, The Party Ends

Before Copenhagen goes into Christmas mode, scattering it’s inhabitants far and wide, the locals are gathering for one last party. Celebrating the end of a short, playful era, Paper Island and it’s main attraction, Copenhagen Street Food, is finally calling it a day. For almost 4 years, this street-food market has been parading it’s global fare […]
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The Krane, Re-defining Copenhagen’s Waterfront

The setting was befitting a dramatic scene from yet another nordic TV production and with a wind verging on gale-force accompanied with unrepentant rain, only added to the drama. The location, The Krane, stood majestic and very inviting against a sky so black emphasizing the theme of this innovative project. Secluded in an industrial landscape […]
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Musling Bistro, A Rendezvous Worth Sharing

10 years ago, I sat rather nervously in one of Paris’s oldest restaurants, the splendid Brasserie Bofinger. I was preparing myself for my first encounter with oysters, a life of navigating around this delicacy had come to an end in this establishment on the rue de la Bastille. Since slurping through that tray of a dozen Gillardeau […]
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Sluseholmen In November

As I prepare for my daily ritual of resetting my mind, body and soul by dipping into Sluseholmen’s perfectly chilled harbor waters, I notice the Copenhagen’s skyline has been replaced by dense fog. Not the smog that is ravaging Delhi, Beijing and Paris, but good, old-fashioned November fog. A poem for November. For some reason, […]
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