“In our second issue we visit the couple behind acclaimed interior architecture firm Halleroed at their forest hideaway, and we visit a 17th-century home and garden where time has stood still. Celebrated fashion designer Diana Orving creates a textile art installation in an empty museum exclusively for us, and we spend some time in the beautiful, sparse home of glass maestro Ingegerd Råman. “We are not easily tempted to buy things,” she says about her and her husband’s decision to live with the bare minimum of objects. “I will defend the empty space.” Elsewhere in the issue, we discuss the profound effects of the built environment on our wellbeing. “I want to be part of a cultural movement that recalibrate what matters in society, and in life,” says Danish chef Fredrik Bille Brahe in Hugo Macdonald’s article on reconnecting with our roots. “I think courage to be local is important.””
Topics: Scandinavian interiors, design, art and craft
Contents: Home and studio visits, interviews and features on everything associated to living well.
Format: A quarterly magazine
Size: 224 x 297 mm (softback) 216 pages