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The Copenhagen home of furniture designer Nikolaj Mentze and architect Malene Hvidt is a dialogue between the two, a shared and fluid work in progress. Nothing comes into their apartment without its merits being discussed and appraised. “We think good design should create a dialogue between person and object,” says Nikolaj.

 “THERE’S SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL IN KNOWING EVERYTHING HAS ITS OWN PLACE. TO US, THESE ROUTINES DEFINE A HOME.”

 

This story is featured in Ark Journal VOL II

PHOTOGRAPHY ANDERS SCHØNNEMANN

WORDS ALISA LARSEN
STYLING PERNILLE VEST

FRANCISCO JAVIER SÁENZ DE OIZA’S TORRES BLANCAS

Navarra-born, Francisco Javier Sáenz De Oiza is regarded as one of the most prolific Spanish architects of the twentieth century. In the 1950s, following an unimaginative return to the neo-classical style under Generalissimo Franco, Oiza, with peers Francisco de Asis Cabrero, and Miguel Fisac, began integrating international architectural vernaculars in their search for a Spanish Modernism.

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VITRA – ON CRAFT AND INDUSTRY

When Hella Jongerius designed the Vlinder sofa for Vitra she combined her abiding passion for weaving and handcraft with 12 years of research into colours, textures and materials for the Swiss furniture company.

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COPENHAGEN CREATIVES

HOME

The Copenhagen home of furniture designer Nikolaj Mentze and architect Malene Hvidt is a dialogue between the two, a shared and fluid work in progress. Nothing comes into their apartment without its merits being discussed and appraised. “We think good design should create a dialogue between person and object,” says Nikolaj.

 “THERE’S SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL IN KNOWING EVERYTHING HAS ITS OWN PLACE. TO US, THESE ROUTINES DEFINE A HOME.”

 

This story is featured in Ark Journal VOL II

PHOTOGRAPHY ANDERS SCHØNNEMANN

WORDS ALISA LARSEN
STYLING PERNILLE VEST
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