A Taste for Tradition

Helsinki restaurant Juuri is leading the way in modern Finnish cuisine with its fresh and honest ‘sapas’ dishes. We spoke to co-founder Jarkko Myllymäki about their popularity.

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Lagom #5

With Lagom #5, you’ll notice a new focus on travel and discovery, as we visit a cocktail bar at the back of a Mac repair shop in London, try sapas at Juuri, Helsinki, and discover Riga’s rising creative community, independent brands, and role as an up-and-coming location for foodies in a piece written by Benji Knewman’s editor Agnese Kleina. In another collaboration with our indie publishing friends, we explore Prague’s blossoming specialty coffee scene in a 30-page feature penned by Standart’s editor Michal Molčan.

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Lagom #5 is now available to buy

We’re pleased to announce that our fifth issue is now available to buy from our online shop​! It’ll be finding its way to shelves at newsstands and independent shops around the world shortly after.


Artéfact, Paris

Photographer Morgane Bigault visited Artéfact in Paris and captured their unique blend of café and art space in an interview with co-owner Kaleigh Johnson, a series of beautiful photos, and our first ever Lagom film.


Lagom #5: out next week

We thought you might like to know that in exactly one week today, our fifth issue will be available to purchase online right here from our website and will hit the shelves of shops all over the world shortly after.


Will Lagom #5 be included in my subscription?

Ahead of our new issue’s launch next week, here’s a quick answer to the question many readers are asking us: “will Lagom #5 be included in my existing subscription?”


8 Faces: Collected

​Some of you may know that before Lagom, there was 8 Faces — a magazine run by the same team, but about a very different subject: typography.


Stay at: Casa Malca

Few places manage to combine nature and contemporary art as well as Casa Malca, located on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula.


Uniting the Modern Beardsmen

With the popularity of beards reaching new heights (and lengths) in the world of style and fashion, we quizzed Eric Bandholz — founder of beard grooming company Beardbrand and online magazine / community Urban Beardsman—about the culture of beard-wearing.


September finds

They're hand-made, beautiful yet functional, and ethically made too. It's this month's selection of our favourite finds.


Winston Struye’s Nepal

Photographer Winston Struye’s first trip to Nepal found him helping out in the wake of the 2015 earthquake; a year later he returned to capture the country’s stunning beauty. Here he shares a selection of his photographs from the trip — as well as his personal thoughts on travel.


My Craft: Architect Paul Kariouk

For architect Paul Kariouk, choosing the right people to work with is as important as the work itself. Here, he writes about his deeply personal approach to client projects.


Artist Q&A: Katarina Kühl

We speak with Hamburg-based illustrator Katarina Kühl.


Workspace: Crew Collective & Cafe

Montréal-based Crew set up their co-working space to be what they describe as an ‘adult creative centre’ in one of the city’s grandest buildings


Music Without Limits

For Kalle Paulsson, formerly of Propellerhead (the makers of Reason), no software can quite live up to the tactile experience of making music with analogue synths.

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