Category: Travel

NYTT ROM #43

Posted on December 9th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture, Design, graphic design, Interior, media, People, Photography, Products, Travel, Visual arts.
NYTT ROM #43, The Kontrast Issue, is for sale now. Here´s a sneak peek.

Taverna Brillo

Posted on November 25th, by Dorthe Smeby in Interior, Travel.
Taverna Brillo is located in the city centre of Stockholm, and consists of restaurant, bread shop, deli, bar and separate area for take away. The menu is rustic and Italian, inspired by tavernas that are open during the day.

6/5/4

Posted on November 11th, by Dorthe Smeby in Travel.
The 6/5/4 store is located on central Södermalm in Stockholm, inspired by the 60s, California and surfing. In all of November, different events in the shop will focus on the MOvember movement.

Miss Clara Hotel by Nobis

Posted on November 5th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture, Interior, Travel.
Being situated on Sveavägen 48 Miss Clara Hotel is in the absolute midst of all the fun and excitement of inner city Stockholm.

Riverbed

Posted on October 23rd, by Dorthe Smeby in Travel, Visual arts.
Artist Olafur Eliassons first solo exhibition at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is based on the unique connection between nature, architecture and art that characterizes the museum.

BACK

Posted on October 18th, by Dorthe Smeby in Travel, Visual arts.
Swedish designer Ann-Sofie Backs exhibition BACK. Allt ska bort!, opens at Röhsska Museum in Gothenburg the 5th of November 2014.

NYTT ROM #42

Posted on October 12th, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture, Design, graphic design, Interior, media, People, Photography, Products, Travel, Visual arts.
NYTT ROM #42 'The Feelgood Issue' is for sale now, presenting new architecture, interior and products.

Pluto

Posted on September 28th, by Dorthe Smeby in Interior, Travel.
Restaurant Pluto is inspired by the food culture in New York, and was recently voted ´Best Bistro´ in Copenhagen.

Baisikeli – bikes for a better world

Posted on September 19th, by Dorthe Smeby in People, Travel.
Copenhagen based 'Baisikeli' collects used bikes in Denmark, and sends them to Africa where they generate employment, education and better and cheaper transport.