TERRA IGNOTA
ÅKE E:SON LINDMAN

ART

The chemigrams of Åke E: son Lindman swap the literalness of his highly regarded architecture photos for the uncertain procedure of creating images without a camera or a subject. Using chemicals directly on light-sensitive paper, Terra Ignota, Latin for “foreign lands”, is a series of dreamy landscape-like images. See the special insert in Ark Journal Volume V.

Images by ÅKE E:SON LINDMAN
CASE STUDY— PERIOD PIECES DESIGN

CASE STUDY
— PERIOD PIECES DESIGN

In the unique surroundings of the house created by Danish sculptor Rikard Axel Poulsen (1887-1972) furniture, lighting and homewares by contemporary designers exhibit their serene poise, the avant-garde flanked by the archaic to create layers of history.

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CULTIVATING PATINA

CULTIVATING PATINA

How to create a newly built house that feels comfortably familiar and as burnished as the well-loved objects that move with the owners? Designer Elisabeth Snejbjerg and former architect now photographer Mikael Bonde after 25 years in Copenhagen moved to the country near Aarhus to a house they designed and built among trees.

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BACKYARD REFUGE

BACKYARD REFUGE

Small but perfectly matched, two residences in a courtyard are reduced to the essentials using quality materials and maximum light to create welcoming tranquillity.

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TERRA IGNOTAÅKE E:SON LINDMAN

ART

The chemigrams of Åke E: son Lindman swap the literalness of his highly regarded architecture photos for the uncertain procedure of creating images without a camera or a subject. Using chemicals directly on light-sensitive paper, Terra Ignota, Latin for “foreign lands”, is a series of dreamy landscape-like images. See the special insert in Ark Journal Volume V.

Images by ÅKE E:SON LINDMAN
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