CASE STUDY
— THE COLLECTOR’S EYE

Design

In The Collector’s Eye, the melange of disparate elements, vintage and contemporary, refined and brutalist, are united by a discerning eclecticism in an historic exhibition space. Expert curation forges easy connections between diverse objects from divergent times and places, effortlessly linking eras and styles, materials and forms. This collection, with all the hallmarks of an exhibition, is photographed at Copenhagen’s Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art, which has morphed and evolved in a similar manner since it was originally built  and designed in 1891 by artist and architect J.F. Willumsen.

This story is featured in Ark Journal VOL V.

STYLING PERNILLE VEST
PHOTOGRAPHY MIKKEL MORTENSEN / YELLOWS
CASE STUDY— NEW FOLK

CASE STUDY
— NEW FOLK

Whether using traditional or innovative materials, designers lean on the craft and expertise of former practitioners to carve, shape, mould or weave.

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THE SHAPE OF LIGHT— ARK X GUBI

THE SHAPE OF LIGHT
— ARK X GUBI

In collaboration with Gubi, and to celebrate the brand’s new lighting collections, Ark Journal’s creative team produced a photo essay inspired by the Californian mid-century modern architectural style.

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EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED— LOEWE FOUNDATION CRAFT PRIZE

EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED
— LOEWE FOUNDATION CRAFT PRIZE

Promoting modernisation of tradition within the realm of craft, the Loewe Foundation Craft Prize 2022 is now open for submissions. Ark Journal talked to Chairperson of the Jury, Anatxu Zabalbeascoa, about contemporary craft and it’s impact through the fifth edition of the award.

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CASE STUDY
— THE COLLECTOR’S EYE

Design

In The Collector’s Eye, the melange of disparate elements, vintage and contemporary, refined and brutalist, are united by a discerning eclecticism in an historic exhibition space. Expert curation forges easy connections between diverse objects from divergent times and places, effortlessly linking eras and styles, materials and forms. This collection, with all the hallmarks of an exhibition, is photographed at Copenhagen’s Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art, which has morphed and evolved in a similar manner since it was originally built  and designed in 1891 by artist and architect J.F. Willumsen.

This story is featured in Ark Journal VOL V.

STYLING PERNILLE VEST
PHOTOGRAPHY MIKKEL MORTENSEN / YELLOWS
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