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The Iceberg (Isbjerget) in Aarhus Harbour is a residential complex with 200 affordable apartments in a new neighborhood development in Denmark’s 2nd largest city, Aarhus. Architects: Team of JDS Architects, Cebra, SeArch, Louis Paillard.

The Iceberg is a part of the new harbour front in the area - bringing industry, people and the city together.

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Hellig Trekongerskirke, Vallensbæk, Denmark. Modern church by Erik Møller Architects. Lid by LED-lights. Hellig Trekongerskirke, Vallensbæk, Denmark. Modern church by Erik Møller Architects. Lid by LED-lights. Hellig Trekongerskirke, Vallensbæk, Denmark. Modern church by Erik Møller Architects. Lid by LED-lights. Hellig Trekongerskirke, Vallensbæk, Denmark. Modern church by Erik Møller Architects. Lid by LED-lights. Hellig Trekongerskirke, Vallensbæk, Denmark. Modern church by Erik Møller Architects. Lid by LED-lights. Hellig Trekongerskirke, Vallensbæk, Denmark. Modern church by Erik Møller Architects. Lid by LED-lights. Hellig Trekongerskirke, Vallensbæk, Denmark. Modern church by Erik Møller Architects. Lid by LED-lights. Hellig Trekongerskirke, Vallensbæk, Denmark. Modern church by Erik Møller Architects. Lid by LED-lights.

Helligtrekongers Kirke, Vallensbæk, Denmark. By Erik Møller Architects. A new church next to the old church. A modern building with LED-lights. Case at Lysets Dag, September 5th in Lokomotivværkstedet, Copenhagen where architect Henrik Terkelsen explained how lighting and architecture goes hand in hand. 

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Danish Ege Carpets - one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of carpets - celebrates 75 years anniversary this year. The company, which was founded in 1938, celebrates with an art deco-inspired collection named “Reconstructions of the 1930s” with inspiration from Art Deco, Le Corbusier and Hollywood. Designed by Ege’s inhouse designers Karen Nybo and Mette Martinsen. 

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Dont forget to hygge. Skandinavisk. Candles from Denmark. Dont forget to hygge. Skandinavisk. Candles from Denmark. Dont forget to hygge. Skandinavisk. Candles from Denmark.

Skandinavisk.com is a story about candles - but also a story about love. The company was started by the two Englishmen, Shaun and Gerry, who once fell in love with two blonde Scandinavian girls. After each moving to the region, working for big American multinationals and living between Copenhagen and Stockholm, they also fell gradually in love with the Scandinavian way of life. They believe “in the absolute essence of Scandinavian lifestyle - in the colour, light and warmth of a flickering candle flame and a glow that not only burrows deep through the wax, but one which nourishes the soul too.”

Skandinavisk.com knows, that Scandinavians use more candles than any other nation in the world. We use them morning, noon and night. 12 months a year. Because we know that a candle makes any moment softer, more informal, more cosy. 

These are the latest images from Skandinavisk. I met Shaun at DesignTrade in Copenhagen last week and had a great talk about ‘hygge’ - the Danish way to feel cozy. And with darker nights - and mornings - coming up, I think the candles deserves a mention here on the blog.

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Hotel Bellasky Comwell next to Bella Center in Copenhagen. Architects: 3XN. It’s one of my favorite buildings in Copenhagen - one of the new Copenhagen skyline towers, that you have to see.

Everytime I cross the road underneath the connecting corridor, I look up to catch a glimse of the sky - and the building. Did you know that the two towers are leaning out more than the Tower of Pisa? A staggering 15 degrees in each direction!

I shot these images on my way to Designtrade - the new design fair in Copenhagen (Aug 28-30), which gave me just another good reason to enjoy the architecture.

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"Pleated Stars" - brand new hand pleated Christmas decorations designed by Tine Mouritsen, Denmark for Livingly. Paper from Denmark - and technique from Japan. Comes in red and white - this year - and will be in the shops for Christmas. Tine’s passion for hand pleated design can be seen in her lamps, ALL IN, from Le Klint. Now she had the chance to work with Christmas decorations - and no surprise: her favorite color: Red. 

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New Lebanese Cuisine in Copenhagen - Manzel. New Lebanese Cuisine in Copenhagen - Manzel. New Lebanese Cuisine in Copenhagen - Manzel. New Lebanese Cuisine in Copenhagen - Manzel.

Lebanese Cuisine meets Urban Coolness in a Historical Danish Setting. The new Lebanese Cuisine in Copenhagen - Manzel - is the latest project by chef Mikkel Shafi. The rooms named  Black Rose, The Boom Boom Room and Mustique are created by the internationally renowned Danish-Chilean artist Marco Evaristti. His personal mark can be seen on the Black Rose dining room and throughout the restaurant’s art collection. If you are coming to Copenhagen soon, make sure to get a table here - in the charming setting of Rosengården 18, Copenhagen.

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"Rectangle" by Lise Damsager Hansen, ceramic designer, b. 1973 in Denmark. Walnut wood with oil finish. Comes in a variety of sizes to combine or stack. 

Part of ”Crafts Collection” CC17 from Danish Crafts - a curated selection from 27 craftspeople and designers. An alternataive to average mass-produced everyday products.

Sold here: monamore.dk

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"Milk" by Anne Flohr, Danish glassblower, b. 1964. Part of Danish Crafts Crafts Collection CC17. 
"The first vase was created in a playful exploration of the material and is inspired by a classic milk bottle with the milk sloshing up one side. It is beautiful with a single flower or in a group with a variety of forms and sizes, almost like a sculpture or a kit. Milk is a glass object that can be used as a vase, a milk jug or simply as an object of beauty. All the products are mouth-blown and hand-pulled in Anne Flohr’s own workshop, and they are all unique."
Danish Crafts Collection is an alternative to average mass-produced everyday products. The collection is a curated selection of contemporary Danish craft and design from 27 professional craftspeople and designers. Curator: Nina Tolstrup.
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"Milk" by Anne Flohr, Danish glassblower, b. 1964. Part of Danish Crafts Crafts Collection CC17. 

"The first vase was created in a playful exploration of the material and is inspired by a classic milk bottle with the milk sloshing up one side. It is beautiful with a single flower or in a group with a variety of forms and sizes, almost like a sculpture or a kit. Milk is a glass object that can be used as a vase, a milk jug or simply as an object of beauty. All the products are mouth-blown and hand-pulled in Anne Flohr’s own workshop, and they are all unique."

Danish Crafts Collection is an alternative to average mass-produced everyday products. The collection is a curated selection of contemporary Danish craft and design from 27 professional craftspeople and designers. Curator: Nina Tolstrup.

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FRAMED designed by Jonas Hoejgaard, Nordic Tales, Denmark is a clothing rack developed for the Danish fashion designer Stine Goya’s showroom in Copenhagen in 2013. 

The design has emerged from the intersection between fashion, interior and photography. It consist of a frame with two legs and comes in two variations: Oil treated oak wood with brass hanger rail and bleached birch with a steel hanger rail. Also available as mirror.

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KRAFT by Tina Kraft. Spotted by missdesignsays. KRAFT by Tina Kraft. Spotted by missdesignsays. KRAFT by Tina Kraft. Spotted by missdesignsays. KRAFT by Tina Kraft. Spotted by missdesignsays. KRAFT by Tina Kraft. Spotted by missdesignsays.

You can’t blame me for being traditional. So when the talented Tina Kraft, a Danish designer, adds humor to a well-known Danish brand - I am “sold” ♥ These re-designed items from Royal Copenhagen is available as KRAFT by Tina Kraft from Workshop-Cph. Now, what do YOU think, traditional or not?