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dream project: akee brygge waterfront promenade by LINK Landskap

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landscape architecture / scandinavian design

all images via landezine| photos © Tomasz Majewski i just realized my last dream project was posted back in 2013… it is about time to continue the dream project series! part of a multi-stage redevelopment along the post-industrial waterfront in oslo, norway, Link Landskap has transformed the former shipyard into a vibrant urban neighbourhood and re-connect oslo to its forgotten waterfront with spectacular view. the simple layout of promenade with cheerful street furniture (the bright orange color is inspired by […]

a chic & cozy loft – winter edition

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interior / scandinavian design

all images courtesy of alvhem makleri.se hello hello, my dear michitecutre-ninjas out there! hard to believe it has been over a month since my last post… it sounds like a cliche statement, but finding time to do something for myself that is not house/or work-related between work and little bean, became a such luxury. aaaaanyway, all i wanted to say is so nice to be here again! hopefully my next post will be up sooner than a month. […]

the orient pendant

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scandinavian design

image courtesy of interiormagasinet.no one of my favorite pendant lamps, ” the orient”, designed by jo hammerborg in 1963 for the danish lighting company of the time Fog & Mørup. the copper shade with rosewood connection is minimal in appearance but rich in materiality…. simply gorgeous. images via lightyears.dk happy sunday!

spring mood: marie & troels’s personal & playful copenhagen home

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interior / scandinavian design

all images courtesy of boligliv.dk a nice contrast is created by flea market finds stand side by side with modern design (think HAY, Norman Copenhagen). some big wall posters break the alignment in this apartment and brings the asymmetrical & playfulness to the all-white based interior styling. my favorite corner in this place? perhaps is the kitchen where full of natural sunlight,with two original exposed wood beams.