Small but perfectly matched, two residences in a courtyard are reduced to the essentials using quality materials and maximum light to create welcoming tranquillity.
A diminutive wooden dwelling on stilts among forest trees focuses attention on interior details to heighten the contrast between its small scale and the vastness of nature.
Whether using traditional or innovative materials, designers lean on the craft and expertise of former practitioners to carve, shape, mould or weave.
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.
Designed with rigour and made with love and care, a modest 1980s home is reimagined by architect Malene Hvidt and designer/maker Nikolaj Lorentz Mentze to express their formative values.
In personal as well as professional projects, Danielle Siggerud respects the past but also sheds and refines before creating tailored layers of significance.
The landscape surrounding Carl Emil Jacobsen provides the materials and colours that form his sculptures, reminiscent of ancient forms and archaeology.
Fragments of memory and changing seasons are evoked in the ceramics and textile assemblages of Patricia Perales García as costume design crosses over with sculpture.
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.
As the founder of Studio X, a design studio and gallery in Copenhagen that acts as a laboratory for concepts, Kirstine Meier Carlsen is an individual imbued with curiosity. Her home is a natural extension of this.
He is undoubtedly one of Denmark’s pre-eminent slashies. The fashion-industry insider / creative director / founder and editor-in-chief of Dansk Magazine has recently added a new slash to his list: interior-design consultant and downsizing specialist.
A study of handcrafted and tactile furniture and objects harmonised by the use of raw materials and calm forms.
On the surface, Rebekka Bay and Ricky Nordson’s apartment in the historic heart of Copenhagen is a minimalist vision all in white, replete with rich details typical of the neighbourhood’s 18th century architecture.