Category: Architecture

Digital issue #13

Posted on January 7th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture, Design, Interior, media, Products, Visual arts.
NYTT ROMs digital issue #13 presents highlights within architecture, design and interior from 2013.

At home: architect Knud Holscher

Posted on January 3rd, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture, Interior, People.
The Danish architect Knud Holschers house is located in a quiet suburban area, and has a fascinatingly simple structure.

The art of Jan Klein

Posted on December 15th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture, Interior, People, Travel, Visual arts.
Painter Jan Klein has a studio and gallery at Stay Hotel in Copenhagen, and makes art of old records, pictures of Bob Dylan and plastic dolls.

NYTT ROM #37

Posted on December 6th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture, Design, graphic design, Interior, media, Photography.
In the latest edition of NYTT ROM we have visited the home and corner shop of a furniture designer and an old silo turned apartment (amongst others).

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Posted on December 1st, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture, Interior.
The new extention to The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is designed by Snøhetta, and is scheduled for completion in 2016.

Guest: Åke E:son Lindman

Posted on November 22nd, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture, Photography.
Åke E:son Lindman is one of our favourite photographers. He has been to Sainte Marie de La Tourette, designed by Le Corbusier in 1960.

BIG in Montpellier

Posted on November 21st, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture, Interior.
BIG Architects was recently announced winner of the international design competition for the new Museum of the Human Body in Montpellier, France.

Bad taste – good feeling

Posted on November 17th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
Scandinavian aesthetes should sometimes take on something ugly or unusual, something that not only glide past as approved and adopted as beautiful.

Pencil Light

Posted on November 17th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
Caroline Olssons Pencil Light was presented during 100% Norway in London, and is both a lamp and storage for stationary supplies.