CASE STUDY
— INVENTIVE CRAFT

Design

Today’s makers transcend time and space to mould their vision, imbuing objects with meaning and materiality. New materials mingle with timeless wood, clay and metal often worked with ancient techniques familiar to creators of the baroque-era building in which they so comfortably sit. The raw and the refined speak similar languages in a dialogue that spans eras and styles, contemporary industrial glass and aluminium summoning references from earlier centuries and other cultures, and ceramics grounded in their elemental solidity. Innovative sculptural forms revel in the contrast with the angular formality of the ancient marine arsenal Kuglegården, designed by Philip de Lande and completed in 1742. The spaces created by massive wooden pillars, extensive windows and brick walls are part of a new design district in Copenhagen. The building is part of the Byggeselskab Mogens de Linde portfolio.

Read more in Ark Journal VOLUME IX.

STYLING PERNILLE VEST
PHOTOGRAPHY JONAS BJERRE-POULSEN
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THE REAL PHILLIP LIM

Phillip Lim has changed. The designer sees beauty in another way and his simple beachside shack on Long Island was a catalyst to a shift in perspective and priorities.

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DOWN SIZE, UP CYCLE

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When creative director at Marimekko Rebekka Bay and her husband Ricky Nordson decided to scale down their lives and living space, they knew their new Copenhagen apartment would require tailor-made design solutions.

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CASE STUDY
— INVENTIVE CRAFT

Design

Today’s makers transcend time and space to mould their vision, imbuing objects with meaning and materiality. New materials mingle with timeless wood, clay and metal often worked with ancient techniques familiar to creators of the baroque-era building in which they so comfortably sit. The raw and the refined speak similar languages in a dialogue that spans eras and styles, contemporary industrial glass and aluminium summoning references from earlier centuries and other cultures, and ceramics grounded in their elemental solidity. Innovative sculptural forms revel in the contrast with the angular formality of the ancient marine arsenal Kuglegården, designed by Philip de Lande and completed in 1742. The spaces created by massive wooden pillars, extensive windows and brick walls are part of a new design district in Copenhagen. The building is part of the Byggeselskab Mogens de Linde portfolio.

Read more in Ark Journal VOLUME IX.

STYLING PERNILLE VEST
PHOTOGRAPHY JONAS BJERRE-POULSEN
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