CASE STUDY
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Design

A study of handcrafted and tactile furniture and objects harmonised by the use of raw materials and calm forms. Photographed at the Barn house, a contemporary interpretation of farm buildings found throughout the Danish countryside, designed and built by Leif Jørgensen in 2018, they form contemplative and reflective still life compositions that quietly revel in their connection to the natural world.

STYLING PERNILLE VEST
ASSISTANT HENRIETTE SCHOU
PHOTOGRAPHY HEIDI LERKENFELDT
THE REAL PHILLIP LIM

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

DOWN SIZE, UP CYCLE

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
— NATURAL ORDER

Design

A study of handcrafted and tactile furniture and objects harmonised by the use of raw materials and calm forms. Photographed at the Barn house, a contemporary interpretation of farm buildings found throughout the Danish countryside, designed and built by Leif Jørgensen in 2018, they form contemplative and reflective still life compositions that quietly revel in their connection to the natural world.

STYLING PERNILLE VEST
ASSISTANT HENRIETTE SCHOU
PHOTOGRAPHY HEIDI LERKENFELDT
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