Tag: scandinavian design
Butchers and Bicycles Copenhagen is an impressive and minimalist showroom in a converted 19th century stable building in the meatpacking district.
The world’s largest meeting place for Scandinavian design – Stockholm Furniture Fair 2014 took place between 3rd and 9th February, marking the end of the third major design event on the world design calendar. Here is a selection of Top 10 products that caught our eye this year.
Palookaville Fotografagentur represents a number of Norway’s finest photographers, focussing on creating commercial visuals with an artistic edge. Photographer Siren Lauvdal offers a selection of stunning photographs of Bohemian living for Elle Decoration, with superb Scandinavian styling.
What do a Storage Unit, a Basin and a Transistor Radio have in Common? I mean, isn’t it just so obvious? Of course, all of these fine product examples fully embrace one of the hottest and most enduring design trends – Thin Black Lines! Are you sick of me banging on about TBL already? Hope not, because I’m far off from being done with this puppy… and so is the rest of the design world it seems. Okay, let’s take a closer look…
I’m sure you’ll agree you don’t often see repeated content here on Yellowtrace. Right? Right-o. I’m also pretty sure you’ll agree Heidi Lerkenfeldt’s images are so freaking sweet, and you simply cannot mind I’m subjecting your eyeballs to her work one more time. It’s not difficult to see why Lerkenfeldt is a highly respected Danish photographer in demand. She is the master of composition, colour and light. Judging from these images, there’s no doubt she also gets to work with seriously talented stylists…
I wish this was my house. It’s not – because life is not fair, and also because it belongs to Mette and Martin Wienberg, both architects. Both Danish architects at that, meaning my predisposition to like this place is as strong as Sarah Lund’s determination to fight crime, as severe as her eyebrows, and as enveloping as one of her jumpers…