FRAMA visits DRY Studios

Posted on February 27th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design, Interior.
Copenhagen based Studio Frama visits Dry Studios in Stockholm presenting an installation that combines both Frama and Dry products.

The Temporary Market Hall

Posted on February 23rd, by Dorthe Smeby in Architecture.
Renowned Swedish Tengbom architects have created a temporary market hall on Östermalm´s Square that has brought new life to the area.

New Stress Sneaker Store

Posted on February 21st, by Dorthe Smeby in Interior.
The Norwegian sneakers and clothing concept Stress dates back to 1995. Recently they opened a new store in Oslo city center with a minimalistic yet inviting approach.

Guld & Løvenholdt

Posted on February 16th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design, Interior, Products.
In 2013 the Danish cabinetmakers and designers Anders Guld and Kasper Løvenholdt founded Guld & Løvenholdt shop and design studio.

Nordiska Galleriet in Stockholm

Posted on February 13th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design, Interior.
In the 1950s and ´60s the renowned Stockholm store Nordiska Galleriet´s reputation arose under the management of Carl-Magnus Heigard.

Carl Hansen & Søn in New York

Posted on February 10th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design, Interior.
The Danish furniture manufacturer Carl Hansen & Søn opens their new showroom in New York´s Flatiron district in a historic pre-war building.

Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2017

Posted on February 9th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design, Interior, media.
70 000 sqm of inspiration, news and business, Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair is the world´s largest meeting place for Scandinavian design.

Abramović in Scandinavia

Posted on February 8th, by Dorthe Smeby in Visual arts.
– Marina Abramović at 70. The world´s most famous performance artist has outlasted her lovers and, she hopes, her critics, Carl Swanson writes for New York Magazine.

COS Anniversary

Posted on February 6th, by Dorthe Smeby in Design.
COS celebrates its 10 year anniversary in 2017 with a 10 piece capsule collection referencing historical techniques that maximized the use of materials.