Lagom #7 is now available to buy

Our seventh issue is now available to purchase online from our online shop, and will hit the shelves of shops all over the world soon after.

Villa Söderåsen, Röstånga

Located at the edge of Söderåsen National Park in southern Sweden in the village of Röstånga is family-run guesthouse Villa Söderåsen. Run by internationally acclaimed techno artist Sebastian Mullaert and his wife Åsa Mullaert, a trained yoga instructor, the couple have been running the guesthouse since early 2016.

Sebastian Mullaert’s woodland studio

Sebastian Mullaert has lent his name to countless techno compositions, all created in his cabin studio deep in the Swedish woods. We visited Sebastian and discovered his passion for being present in the moment, aided by nature and a desire to inspire presence in others.

Video: Lindsey Ross

We’ve collaborated with the talented team at HRDWRKER, who’ve made this film exclusively for Lagom about Lindsey Ross, a vintage process photographer working in Santa Barbara. Lindsay candidly discusses the motivations behind her work, and how she deals with the pitfalls of her trade.

Achieving ‘flow’ through surfing

​For San Francisco-based designer Cameron Ewing, getting out on the waves is an important part of his week and he frequently rises early to surf before starting his working day. Here he shares an intimate view of the benefits he reaps from his passion with the sport.

September finds

From paper, to wood, to computer software, our collection of products this September covers a range of materials that have quality and thoughtful design at their core.

To Øl’s best and worst beer label designs

Artist and designer Kasper Ledet gives a refreshingly honest account of his best and worst work for Copenhagen’s iconic craft brewery To Øl.

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