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BERGMAN'S FÅRÖ

Off Sweden's east coast lies an island known as Fårö. Though it is small, it has a long history and a unique nature that has fascinated artists and other esthetes through time. Join us as we discover the island through director Ingmar Bergman's lens

 

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COLOUR SPLASH APARTMENT

 
Art plays a huge part in our home. There is a mix of print, lithographs, posters, paintings and sculptures by both famous and unknown artists and colleagues
— Jette & Rasmus
 
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Looking for a splash of colour? Then you have to visit Jette Tosti and Rasmus Drucker Ibfelt. They live with their two children Herbert 11 and Villum 8 in an apartment located at Frederiksberg close to the centre of Copenhagen. We visited them on a hot day in June and had a talk with Jette about how two very creative people, both graphic designers, make solutions for their home.

 

 

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THE HOME OF FASHIONISTA VICKY FOGEL

Meet fashion designer and shop owner Vicky Fogel. A woman who sees herself as a cross between a modern Pippi Longstocking and a French film noir actor. She loves homely cosiness, only buys art and design, who speaks to her heart and preferably avoids what becomes "a little too perfect".

 

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Art & Books

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An unseen art scene to visit in Copenhagen

The shop is a family affaire and run by father and artist Thomas Holmbäck and his daughter animation director Karla Nor Holmbäck. They are on a mission concerning art and had a desire that art should be for all and not merely represented in fancy galleries, where it might be so sterile that one does not want to enter.

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BOOK REVIEWS

It’s all about the books we read this spring.

From the monograph of Spanish icon and architect, Ricardo Bofill, the works of Danish ceramic artist Gitte Jungersen

to interior books on contemporary living, an unconventional guide to New York and a sensuous introduction to 16 Belgian artists.

Enjoy!

 

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LRNCE

sun-kissed design in Marrakech


LRNCE, the studio of the 28-year-old Belgian designer Laurence Leenaert, is located in the industrial area Sidi Ghanem just fifteen minutes outside the centre of Marrakesh. Easy to reach by taxi and worth a visit if you are a lover of design and ceramics.

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A PHOTO ESSAY

The coal mine is closed

Appearing white with polished, aluminium facades reflecting the surroundings and encircled by a fantastic green landscape, it is designed by the Japanese architectural firm SANAA in collaboration with New York firm Imrey Culbert, French landscape architect Catherine Mosbach, and museographer Studio Adrien Gardère. The museum is built on an old mining site abandoned before 1960. It is stunning and alienated compared to the town blending into the landscape, and far away you dare to imagine the mountains of coal.

 
 

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BADLANDS

a visual story about epiphytes

 
 

We named this story 'badlands' because epiphytes are plants that need nothing from their surroundings. They get all their nutrition from the air. Badlands is a geographic area on a ground with no layer of soil - it is an arid desert, where nothing grows. We liked the contrast between the two natural phenomena, as well as the divergence between the unglazed ceramics and hard industrial materials.

 

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Design talk with

STUDIO AMANDA LILHOLT

We visited designer Amanda Lilholt in her studio-apartment located in the narrow streets of Østerbro in Copenhagen on a cold December day. She opened the door and said hello with her brown, intelligent eyes and invited us inside where she served a damn fine cup of espresso, while we talked about her thoughts on life and design.

 
 

 

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VISITING THE grand old lady of danish CERAMICS Karen Bennicke

Karen Bennicke is no typical ceramicist. She is both a craftsman, maker and artist. She is both an engineer, architect and intellectual.

 

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2150 NORDHAVN guide

Appeal Magazine shows you an entirely new side of Copenhagen, mostly unknown to tourist. The new area Nordhavn (The North Harbour), with its very own zip code 2150, is emerging north of the old centre of Copenhagen. Innovative interior design shops are popping up here, where well-established design-houses like Paustian and Gubi have resided for decades. Within the last year, many new showrooms, trendy plant shops, as well as cafés and restaurants have opened here. It has also become one of the favourite places for the Copenhageners to take a dip in the sea. So if you are visiting 2150 in the summertime remember your towel and swimsuit for bathing.

 
 


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THE HOUSE THAT MERETE AND FREDERIK BUILT


Two architects from Frederiksberg in Copenhagen, Merete Brun Ejlers and Frederik Ejlers, have made their dreams come true. They have designed and built their own house on the small island Læsø in the Kattegat in Denmark. 

 

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CERAMICS & SHAPES

we want to show you whats going on around us.

 
 

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