Journal entries tagged

design

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Kokko, Stavanger

Coffee shop, coffee roaster, and… architecture studio? It’s all in a day’s work for coffee-loving architect Ole Marius Skjærseth, whose combination of work and play has helped ignite a passionate coffee scene in one of Norway’s most beautiful cities.

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January Finds

Everyone deserves a treat in January to combat those post-holiday blues, and in this month’s Finds we’ve got a range of products that will ease you and your home into 2018.

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Book of the Month: Rock The Boat: Boats, Cabins and Homes on the Water

Discover the diversity of life on the water, from refitted barges, to fishing vessels transformed into luxury hotels, and rustic DIY rafts.

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The Hoxton, Paris

Continuing their expansion across the globe, boutique hotel The Hoxton recently opened their doors in Paris, immersing their guests with luxuries and from the 18th century while sympathetically combining it with modern comforts.

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Hotel Alexandra, Copenhagen

Step back in time to mid-century Denmark in the heart of downtown Copenhagen.

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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.

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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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Visit: Sweatshop, Brooklyn

Created as the product of coffee-shop hot-desking, owners Luke Woodard and Ryan De Remer merged the concept of an Australian-style cafe with the functional aesthetic of a design studio.

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Artist Profile: Karl Grandin

After interviewing Logan and Nick from Beavertown about their beautiful can artwork in our latest issue — a story you can also find online — we turn our attention to Sweden’s Omnipollo brewery and their resident artist: co-founder Karl Grandin​.

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Beavertown: the Art of the Can

Adorned by the vibrant illustrative talents of the brewery’s in-house Creative Director, Nick Dwyer, Beavertown’s beautiful, matte-finish cans have helped popularise the format and represent the brewery’s passion for heightening the experience of beer.

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Escape: Designer Dan Cederholm’s passion for the humble banjo

Web designer and Dribbble co-founder Dan Cederholm talks about how picking up a banjo helped him to combat anxiety and how he now uses it as a way of escaping from the stresses of the day-to-day. And if you think the banjo looks hard, ‘clawhammer’ might just change your mind.

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