A Scented Candle Inspired by the Aurora Borealis
Spreading the uniquely Scandinavian warmth of "hygge" via elegant scented candles, Skandinavisk has an exceptionally striking new design for their AW16 collection that caught our eye. Named "Nordlys" (Danish and Norwegian for the Northern Lights...
Db Equipment Ski and Snowboard Bags
Despite all the advancements in ski and snowboard technology over the years, there’s been little progress in how we travel with this often cumbersome gear. The experience of lugging ski and snowboard gear around the world will never be easy, but...
Fossilized Mammoth Tusk Dice
While mammoth tusk is entirely legal to hunt, obtaining it is a still major battle with the forces of nature found in the Siberian tundra. The fossilized tusks of these Paleolithic beasts are frozen within the ice, and though their ivory is fair game...
Created by celebrated Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen in 1955, the Tongue Chair was originally designed for the Munkegaard School outside Copenhagen (which Jacobsen also designed). The chair was sold briefly in the '80s, but then went out...
London Design Festival 2014: 100% Norway Preview
Bergen, Norway, has a reputation for being the rainiest city in Europe, but it’s also one of the prettiest—colorful, historic wooden houses overlook its harbor and the city is set in a picturesque valley surrounded by green mountains. Additionally...
Helmed by Danish gypsy brewer Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø (who owns Evil Twin Brewery and whose twin brother runs Copenhagen's Mikkeller Brewing), Tørst opened in Greenpoint in March 2013 and has been gaining traction for its highly curious selection of specialty...
The Christiania cargo bike was born out of the autonomous and unconventional Copenhagen commune, where hash is legal and cars are not. One or both of these factors perhaps led to Lars Engstrom's ingenious original cargo bike design, created as a one...
Nikon Coolpix A
Thanks to Instagram, in 2013 everybody is a food photographer. The plethora of filters the social app provides has undoubtedly contributed to making culinary still lifes more visually intriguing, but it's done little to heighten the medium of photography...
Normann Copenhagen's Kabino and Sko
Always a go-to for smart, accessible Danish design, Normann Copenhagen holds a spot on our must-see list each spring during Salone del Mobile, and their showing last week in Milan only further inflated our confidence in the clever brand. Of the...
Nudie Jeans Recycled Denim Rugs
Following in the footsteps of last spring's limited-edition Post Recycled Dry denim launch, Nudie Jeans is back with another ecologically-minded initiative. This time the Swedish denim brand branches into interiors with a limited run of Post-Consumer...
Marmo Table by Ólöf Jakobína
A relative newcomer to the Nordic design community, Iceland has been making strides in recent years thanks to DesignMarch, an annual event hosted citywide in Reykjavik. We were lucky enough to attend once again this year, which is where we came...
Just because winter bitterness is descending doesn't mean you have to sacrifice your style to stay warm. In fact, it's best to embrace the weather and let your wardrobe do its job. Layering up is only half the solution as you can lose over 50% of...
Rekorderlig Winter Forest
Though Brick Lane may no longer be as cutting edge as it once was, the iconic East London street still hosts some of the most interesting art and collaborations in the city. Considering the area's reputation as a go-to food and drink destination...
Mini Rodini Clothing
With original prints and effortless style, Mini Rodini is fast becoming a classic Scandinavian kids label. Whether itâ€™s tiny baseball caps for toddlers or tiger-print onesies for babies, the label shies away from an overly adorable aesthetic in favor...
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