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  • 250,00 DKK

    Scandinavia is world famous for its inimitable, democratic designs which bridge the gap between crafts and industrial production, organic forms and everyday functionality. This all-you-need guide includes a detailed look at Scandinavian furniture, glass, ceramics, textiles, jewelry, metalware, and industrial design from 1900 to the present day, with in-depth entries on over 180 designers and design-led companies, plus a list of important design-related destinations across Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, and Finland.

    Featured designers and designer-led companies include Verner Panton, Arne Jacobsen, Alvar Aalto, Timo Sarpaneva, Hans Wegner, Tapio Wirkkala, Sigvard Bernadotte, Stig Lindberg, Ingeborg Lundin, Finn Juhl, Fritz Hansen, Artek, Le Klint, Gustavsberg, Iittala, Fiskars, Volvo, Saab, Orrefors, Royal Copenhagen, Holmegaard, Arabia, Marimekko, and Georg Jensen.

    Hardcover, 15.1 x 19.5 cm, 704 pages

  • 250,00 DKK

    For over 30 years, photographer Edward Sheriff Curtis (1868–1952) traveled the length and breadth of North America, seeking to record in words and images the traditional life of its vanishing indigenous inhabitants. Like a man possessed, he strove to realize his life’s work, which culminated in the publication of his encyclopedia The North American Indian. In the end, this monumental work comprised 20 textual volumes and 20 portfolios with over 2,000 illustrations. No other photographer has created a larger oeuvre on this theme, and it is Curtis, more than any other, who has crucially molded our conception of Native Americans. This book shows the photographer’s most impressive pictures and vividly details his journey through life, which led him not only into the prairies but also into the film studios of Hollywood.

    Hardcover, 24 x 30 cm, 192 pages

  • 300,00 DKK

    The greatest challenge in designing homes is negotiating the delicate balance between aesthetics and the personal desires of the occupants. While it’s important for the structure to reflect the vision and style of the architect, the client must ultimately feel at home beneath the roof. It is particularly interesting, therefore, to examine the homes that architects create for themselves.

    If houses reflect their owners’ personalities, then architects’ own homes are like autobiographies. Location, layout, style, lighting, artwork, furnishings—every detail adds color to the story. Each of these dwellings, presented A–Z by architect, speaks more about its designer than any other building possibly could.

    Hardcover, 20.8 x 27.4 cm, 480 pages

  • 299,00 DKK

    This book comprehensively showcases sneakers through time from early Air Jordans, the original Air Force 1, and Adidas Superstars to iconic contemporary designs by pop culture figures like Kanye West and cool fashion designers like Yohji Yamamoto and Martin Margiela–a visual history of the world’s most coveted and popular footwear, from early Keds and Converse All Stars to the latest fashion and design icons. Every sneaker has a story to tell, and this encyclopedic book features 1,000 full-color images of the sneakers that have most influenced global sneaker culture with examples to engage sneaker aficionados of all stripes. Trainers, tennis shoes, kicks—whatever you call them, the sneaker has risen to global popularity with a huge international audience clamoring for the rarest, the latest, or the reissued classics. Every angle is covered—throwbacks and new shoes alike—with legendary sneakers, groundbreaking designs, and technical advancements, as well as the athletes and celebrities who made the shoe famous. Included are the Adidas Jabbar, the Puma Clyde, the Nike Air Force 1, the Reebok Question, the Nike Zoom Kobe IV, and many others from acknowledged classics, along with less remembered styles worthy of recognition, such as the Royal Master Pro-Keds or the Sk8 High Vans, and one-of-a-kind limited releases like the 1971 Kareem-Abdul-Jabbar Adidas. 1000 Sneakers features detailed reference sections for collectors, histories of leading brands and designers, and anecdotes from the worlds of sports, fashion, hip-hop, and popular culture, making this book the perfect gift for sports, design, and street fashion enthusiasts alike.

  • 400,00 DKK

    The nuanced realm of Nordic design has two personalities. On one side, there sits the open, light, friendly, and democratic constituent. And, on the other hand, is its moody counterpart: sleek and sophisticated; timeless and traditional; and deeply rooted in the sensations and juxtapositions of nature.  Within the lines of tile-covered roofs born from the existence of nearby clay deposits and large windows that let in light during the shorter winter days, insight into this special thread of skilled craftsmanship awaits. Scandinavia Dreaming presents dazzling interiors, architecture, and products that show the richness, variety, and intensity of contemporary Nordic spaces.

    Artisans fresh from design school breathe new life into the wonted usage of tile, wood, glass, ceramics, and other customarily Nordic materials. Profiles of brands and personalities that have influenced and, arguably, brought Nordic threads to the forefront of design conversations, tell an intriguing story: an aesthetic and historic journey through a vast world of style and heritage. Design firms such as Hay, Ferm Living, and Frama are highlighted and extolled for the new layer of warmth and energy that they bring to contemporary Danish design while honoring Scandinavian aesthetics and a space’s need to be both livable and logical.  Finnish home textiles by Klaus Haapeniemi and Kustaa Saksi prove that the categories of art and décor are not mutually exclusive. Be it the painstaking searches of Copenhagen’s Gubi design house for neglected furniture that needs a well-honed touch before becoming pieces of the current design narrative or the tantalizing sculptures of Oslo-based designers Kneip that illustrate and investigate the phenomena of nature whilst reflecting the gentle coexistence of Nordic architecture with its surroundings, there exists a seamless pairing of the aesthetic and the historical within this iconic tale of design.

    The projects within Scandinavia Dreaming translate to any four walls and readily invite transformation from page to reality. Told through anecdotes from those who live in them and from those who exist in other sectors of the creative community, Scandinavia Dreaming tells of a design school that has a worldwide reputation for its effortless combination of classical restraint and warm materials.

  • 399,00 DKK

    Discover a Simpler, More Authentic Way to Entertain.
    Wabi-Sabi Welcome is sharing a pot of tea with friends. It is preparing delicious food to nourish, not to show off. It’s keeping a basket of cozy slippers at the door for guests. It is well-worn linens, bouquets of foraged branches, mismatched silverware, and heirloom bowls infused with the spirit of meals served with love.

    In this lush entertaining manual, author Julie Pointer Adams invites readers into artful, easygoing homes around the world—in Denmark, California, France, Italy, and Japan—and teaches us how to turn the generous act of getting together into the deeper art of being together.

  • 179,00 DKK

    On December 15, 1868, Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius (1794–1868), Professor of Botany at the University of Munich and director of the Royal Botanic Garden, was carried to his grave in a coffin covered with fresh palm leaves. The fronds were a reference to his groundbreaking Natural History of Palms: a work in three volumes, published between 1823–1853.

    This encyclopedic treasury of 240 exquisite chromolithographic illustrations was based on Martius’s expeditions through Brazil and Peru. From 1817 to 1820, he traveled over 2,250 km (1,400 miles) through the Amazon basin to investigate natural history and native tribes with zoologist Johann Baptist von Spix.

    The result was an unrivaled catalog of all known genera of the palm family, outlining the modern classification of palms, describing all the palms of Brazil, and producing the first maps of palm biogeography. Martius’s folio is unusual in its inclusion of cross-sectioned diagrams, conveying the architecture of these mighty trees, which central Europeans would have found hard to imagine accurately. Equally remarkable are the color landscapes showing various palms—often standing alone in simple and elegant beauty.

  • 499,00 DKK

    These Islands takes the reader on a journey across the landscape, both natural and urban, that forms the British Isles, through powerful imagery, prose and poetry.

    Explore the peaks of Snowdonia, the shadows of Glen Coe, the rural idylls of the Lake District, and the windswept paths of the Wild Atlantic Way. Walk the historic streets of London, trace the elegant curves of Bath, and climb the gothic spires of Edinburgh. Cross to the Isle of Skye in the north, and sail to the Isles of Scilly in the south.

    “In many ways, this book is Cereal’s tribute to these islands. It’s not only our opportunity to introduce a very special part of the world to those who aren’t familiar with it, but also a chance to celebrate it with those who know and love it. Within these pages, you’ll find essays, paintings, and poetry inspired by these islands, alongside stories dedicated to the 13 locations we chose simply because they are the ones we love the most.”

    – Rosa Park, Editor-in-Chief, Cereal

    The book is hardback, 232 pages, printed on uncoated, G.F. Smith paper in the United Kingdom. Dimensions: 300 x 240mm. Design by Studio Faculty.

  • 299,00 DKK

    A collection of photographs from the city of Palm Springs, California. Shot on 35mm black and white film.

    Hardbound and printed on premium uncoated paper.
    A foreword by John Pawson.
    80 pages.

  • 34,00 DKK 70,00 DKK

    An old school and yet crispy modern softcover notebook for everyday note taking and scribbling. Choose from dark blue or light blue.

    19 cm x 26 cm
    80 pages
    Ruled writing paper

  • 34,00 DKK 70,00 DKK

    An old school and yet crispy modern softcover notebook for everyday note taking and scribbling. Choose from dark blue or light blue.

    19 cm x 26 cm
    80 pages
    Ruled writing paper

  • 55,00 DKK

    Keeping track of all the things you want to do or even should have done by now, this tear-off notepad fits perfectly to the kitchen table, the desk or in your bag.

    9,5 cm x 20 cm
    65 sheets

  • 125,00 DKK

    Featuring a fill-in monthly schedule and a section for notes, our monthly planner keeps you posted on upcoming events and your notes-on-the-go.

    17,5 cm x 26,5 cm
    40 page

  • 55,00 DKK

    For any week of any year, this weekly planner will help you take one day at a time and keep you on top of your scheduling, listing and plans.

    9,5 cm x 15 cm
    50 sheets

  • 60,00 DKK

    Jot down your thoughts, manage your important tasks and stay on top of the planning with our practical writing pad.

    This tear-off notepad provides you with soft, gently ruled writing paper anytime, anywhere.

    15 cm x 20 cm
    65 sheets

  • 199,00 DKK

    Since the first issue, Oak – The Nordic Journal has continually set a benchmark for originality through ambitious journalism and photography about the Nordic region. The seventh issue of Oak explores the power of conversation to spark new ideas and creative collaborations within the design field, and beyond. The new issue brings together visionaries for insightful conversations, while examining how the Nordic design tradition engages in a lively dialogue with its legacy and with the next generation of innovators. Highlights include; Henrik Vibskov and the Mindcraft 17 artists and designers, Olafur Eliasson and Anders Byriel (CEO Kvadrat), Jan Gehl, and much more.

    The highly collectible bookazine also presents a bound-in design insert, that delves into the stories of heritage brands in the Nordic world. By charting relationships around craftsmanship, tradition and a deep appreciation for quality and material, Oak uncovers the DNA of innovative Nordic companies and designers who continue to push the boundaries of creativity.

    A perfect bound hardcover edition with FSC-approved uncoated paper, printed in Germany.

    184 pages / plastic sleeve.

  • 140,00 DKK

    This upcoming issue will deal with all that is not planned and that surprises us. The Unexpected Issue will propose an in-depth review of randomness and probabilities, coincidences and serendipity, odds and chances. As always, we will publish only the best in terms of adventures, travels, and landscapes.

    – Travel notebook, photo series, essays, interviews
    – Bilingual magazine (French and English)
    – 208 pages
    – Printed in France
    – Offset- printed and perfect bound, full color on uncoated paper

  • 170,00 DKK

    Introducing The Relationships Special

    The summer issue of Kinfolk examines an essential element of modern life: the relationship. Whether romantic or platonic, new or life-long, hot, cold or ambivalent, each has carefully formed subtleties and undercurrents to unpack.

    In this issue, we examine the moral complexities behind telling lies, explore the reassurance inherent in non-verbal communication and meet a diverse and inspiring cross-section of lovers, siblings and families, uncovering what it really means to be in a relationship.

    192 pages, offset-printed and perfect bound, full color on uncoated and coated paper. Printed in Canada.

  • 1.379,00 DKK

    The cylinder shade lamp is the second in a series of geometric shaped lamps by Frama. Inspired by the cylinder, the powder coated grey lamp provides a strong character while maintaining a simple aesthetic.

    E27 Pendant is included. Bulb is not included.

    Grey Powder Coated Aluminum
    H 77, Ø 250 mm

  • 1.759,00 DKK

    The cylinder shade lamp is the second in a series of geometric shaped lamps by Frama. Inspired by the cylinder, the powder coated grey lamp provides a strong character while maintaining a simple aesthetic.

    E27 Pendant is included. Bulb is not included.

    Grey Powder Coated Aluminum
    H 122, Ø 360 mm

  • 2.259,00 DKK

    The cylinder shade lamp is the second in a series of geometric shaped lamps by Frama. Inspired by the cylinder, the powder coated grey lamp provides a strong character while maintaining a simple aesthetic.

    E27 Pendant is included. Bulb is not included.

    Grey Powder Coated Aluminum
    H 190, Ø 520 mm

  • 5.300,00 DKK

    Adam bench is inspired by industrial design, an artist’s studio, and a workshop. The functionality and simplicity of the design, combined with strong materials, gives this bench a structural and utilitarian approach.
    Note: The solid oak is oiled twice. Due to the natural material, the seat can variate and will change finish over time. Design by Toke Lauridsen, 2012. Permanent Collection.

    Delivery 5days.

    Steel Frame, Oak Seat.
    H 46, D 25, L 120 cm.

  • 6.000,00 DKK

    Adam bench is inspired by industrial design, an artist’s studio, and a workshop. The functionality and simplicity of the design, combined with strong materials, gives this bench a structural and utilitarian approach.
    Note: The solid oak is oiled twice. Due to the natural material, the seat can variate and will change finish over time. Design by Toke Lauridsen, 2012. Permanent Collection.

    Delivery 5days.

    Steel Frame, Oak Seat.
    H 46, D 25, L 160 cm.

  • 149,00 DKK 350,00 DKK

    Lavastone is extracted from the active volcano Mount Etna on Sicilly at a depth of 20-30 metres where the stone has been compacted for 2-3000 years. The lavastone is then glazed and decorated by hand and is transformed to ceramic by hours of oven-firing.

  • 450,00 DKK

    Lavastone is extracted from the active volcano Mount Etna on Sicilly at a depth of 20-30 metres where the stone has been compacted for 2-3000 years. The lavastone is then glazed and decorated by hand and is transformed to ceramic by hours of oven-firing.

  • 170,00 DKK

    Introducing The Weekend Special

    The spring issue of Kinfolk examines the nuances of free time, its rituals and rhythms and its capacity to reinvigorate. Rather than advising how to fill 48 hours, the issue offers insight into why we should fill our weekends, and how doing so can lead to personal fulfillment.

    With a dynamic mix of long-form journalism, interviews and shorter essays, plus concept-driven visual stories and contributors across the globe, the forthcoming issue of Kinfolk continues to dedicate its editorial to exploring personal values and quality of life.

    From the curious cultural mythologies behind sleep and fashion editorial for looking good on laundry day to interviews with Moses Sumney, Dimore Studio and more, this issue will inspire readers with a fresh outlook on going off-duty.

    192 pages, offset-printed and perfect bound, full color on uncoated and coated paper.

  • 499,00 DKK

    Multifaceted perspectives on the world of work today and in the future—from compelling business ideas to inspiring company cultures.

    The Monocle Guide to Good Business is a book for would-be business leaders, start-ups, and established companies that feel it’s time for some new ideas. It’s a book made to be used. Write in its margins and turn over the corners of its pages. But don’t expect management speak or miracles for untold riches. This is not a book about staging a revolution. Rather, this is a book about doing things well—from how you run the show to the pens you buy. And even about taking your dog to work.

    The 300-page book features original photography and illustrations printed on a selection of the highest-quality papers. The Monocle Guide to Good Business is a handbook for those who want to make a company that will last; it’s the ultimate reference for doing a job you love.

    304 pages, full color, linen hardcover, 20×26.5 cm.

  • 499,00 DKK

    A handbook for making a home that will stand the test of time; take knocks and scuffs in its stride; and where lives can unfold, children grow up, and dogs run wild.

    This Monocle book tells us how to turn a house into a home. Both a practical guide and a great source of inspiration, The Monocle Guide to Cosy Homes presents the interiors, furniture, and locations you need to know about along with portraits of the people who can make it happen.

    The Monocle Guide to Cosy Homes celebrates the durable and the meaningful through a collection of homes that tell a story. Most architecture and interior books show houses polished to perfection, manicured to the extent that it is hard to imagine anybody actually lives there: they seem to miss the point that homes are meant to be inhabited. They should be able to take scuffs and knocks and to be part of a community, whether in a Chicago skyscraper or on Australia’s sunshine coast.

    Full color, hardcover, 402 pages, 20×26.5 cm.

  • 199,00 DKK

    This issue contains stories about Melbourne, its coffee, and the people who drink it. For our fifth issue, we hear from dozens of locals, shop owners, roasters, patrons, entrepreneurs, writers, and photographers about what it’s like to drink coffee in Melbourne. The capital of Victoria is flush with cafes, boasting one of the highest concentrations of coffee shops per capita in the world.  Home of the flat white and avocado toast, this unsuspecting epicenter of the coffee world is at a crossroads, as its most towering figures take what they’ve learned to enterprises overseas, and leave the Australian city to recalibrate its identity.

    Drift, Melbourne guides us from Italy to Bali to New York, from 19th century pioneers to the future, as we take a magnifying glass to what makes Melbourne’s coffee scene tick.

    Drift: Melbourne includes:

    A look into Australian cafe culture, including the health-conscious dishes that have emerged from it, such as avocado toast and chia seed pudding.
    Photo essay of the city’s famous graffiti artists.
    How refugees seeking asylum in Melbourne are trained to be baristas at one of the city’s best shops.
    Tracing the history of the Keep Cup and environmental sustainability.
    A photo series dedicated to Melbourne office workers queueing for their morning cups.
    A profile of an artist building and refurbishing espresso machines.
    How Melbourne’s Italian community laid the groundwork for the city’s ascendancy to coffee shop Mecca.
    And more…

    160 pages, offset-printed and perfect bound, full color on uncoated paper.

  • 140,00 DKK

    Brooklyn, an incredibly diverse borough of New York City, is many things to many people. It’s where the Ebbets Field and stickball-loving old New York meets young creative types obsessed with artisanship, where old school Jewish deli owners and Latin American vendors meet chefs armed with tweezers in graffitied warehouses. In this issue, the borough’s great chefs—street vendors and guardians of hallowed centuries-old institutions, young guns and Roberta’s disciples—tell us, through their own words and recipes, about one of the most influential and complex regions in the world, and what it’s like to cook and eat there in 2016.

    Volume 3 eats its way through Brooklyn and brings you stories, photos, and light recipes from the New York City borough’s greatest chefs.

    In this issue, we hear from:

    Carlo Mirarchi (Roberta’s, Blanca)
    Andy Ricker (Pok Pok)
    Pamela Yung (Semilla)
    Jose Ramírez-Ruiz (Semilla)
    Andrew Tarlow (The Diner, Marlow & Sons, Achilles Heel)
    Claus Meyer (Meyers Bageri)
    Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø (Tørst)
    and more…

    7.5″ x 9.5″, 144 pages, offset UV-printed and perfect bound, full color on uncoated paper.

  • 140,00 DKK

    It is obvious that people have a strong awareness of the fact that the environment in which they work has a strong impact on how they work. That is why most people choose their comfort zones very carefully.
    Once they have found it, they feel able to live their potential to the fullest. That is why we dedicated this first issue to that one place, your comfort zone.
    Here is where it all begins.

    Issue One features the following artists

    Eike König, Berlin
    A Kind of Guise, Munich
    Eman Ali, London
    Formafantasma, Amsterdam
    Andrew Trotter, Barcelona
    Paweł Althamer, Warsaw
    Jasmine Deporta, Bozen
    the Stu, Munich
    Can Dagarslani, Istanbul
    Sinziana Velicescu, Los Angeles

    130 pages, offset-printed and perfect bound, full color on uncoated paper.

  • 499,00 DKK

    What characteristics and values define a country? Which countries are particularly successful in terms of education, economics, or culture? In this book, Monocle provides a global perspective on the distinct qualities of nations.

    Monocle’s books with Gestalten have shown you how to build a better life, business, and home. But now Monocle raises the bar: how do you run a great country? They are not talking about might, muscle, or nationalism—although you need a bit of a swagger every now and then. They are talking about a country that feels like a cohesive community, knows what to value, and goes out into the world to gently get its way with soft power, fine ambassadors, and compelling cultural offerings. At home, this country celebrates good education, well-made institutions, and its own people and their skills.
    How to Make a Nation: A Monocle Guide is a thought-provoking primer that informs and inspires. The best ideas don’t need to be invented—they need to be found and copied. Let Monocle be your guide.

    Based in London and acclaimed the world over, MONOCLE has delivered a unique briefing on global affairs, business, culture, and design since it was founded by Tyler Brûlé in 2007. Alongside the magazine, Monocle has created a 24-hour radio station, a film-rich website, retail ventures around the globe, and cafes in Tokyo and London.

    Full color, hardcover, 338 pages, 20×26.5 cm.

  • 89,00 DKK 170,00 DKK

    Introducing the Work Special

    This issue of Kinfolk revisits one of our most popular subjects—work and the entrepreneurial spirit. Alongside our regular mix of thoughtful lifestyle content, we dedicate the pages of a new section to finding out what makes a job meaningful.

    Through interviews with Nicole Farhi and Sophie Hicks and studio visits to Byredo, Stine Goya and more, readers can learn how to master their craft, roll with the punches and not panic over professional failures.

    Plus, the latest issue features a fresh outlook on office attire and delves deeply into the psychology behind group dynamics and the curious history of personality tests.

    192 pages, offset-printed and perfect bound, full color on uncoated and coated paper.

  • 89,00 DKK 199,00 DKK

    In this issue we are bringing you more than a handful of inspirational conversations, and this time around we have chosen to sit down with creatives dealing with taste & aroma in their own unique way.

    We have also visited a bunch of great places, places doing great things. We have looked for social initiatives that look to bring back to the community, either by employing homeless or refugees, or simply backing up local designers.

    Cover illustration by Derek Ercolano.

  • 599,00 DKK

    New Outdoor and Landscape Photography.
    Atmospheric photography that follows today’s intrepid adventurers to the most breathtaking places in the world.

    The Great Wide Open is a compilation of photographs that capture and celebrate the new desire for outdoor adventure. From Iceland to Mongolia, this book takes you on a visual journey to some of the Earth’s most breathtaking places.

    Lose yourself amidst endless horizons, within the depths of a forest, or on a mountain peak. An inspiring exploration of natural wonders, the book also includes a few stories from the people behind the lens—ordinary people who set out to do extra-ordinary things.

    The Great Wide Open is an ode to the outdoors, bound to awaken a thirst for adventure and prompt you to act on it.

    Full color, hardcover, 352 pages, 24.5 x 33 cm

  • 900,00 DKK

    Culled from our Illustration Now! series is this selection of today’s most successful and important illustrators from around the globe. In his introduction, Steven Heller fleshes out the challenging process of narrowing down a field of 600 illustrators to a selection of the 100 most significant. The final cut, including artists such as Istvan Banyai, Gary Baseman, Seymour Chwast, Paul Davis, Brad Holland, Mirko Ilić, Anita Kunz, and Christoph Niemann, provides a snapshot of the highly dynamic and diverse world of contemporary illustration.

    Features include:
    A self-portrait by each illustrator and examples of their work.
    A profile text about each illustrator by Steven Heller.
    Lists of selected exhibitions and publications.
    Illustrators’ quotes about his/her work.

    Hardcover, 2 vols. in slipcase, 24 x 31.6 cm, 640 pages

  • 249,00 DKK 499,00 DKK

    Living with Plants.
    From rooftop gardens to flora-laden balconies, flowers and plants bestow a warm grace to unconventional and indoor spaces.

    Private paradises nestled in the backyards of homes. Rooftops that act as community gardens. Edible patches of beauty hidden within city blocks. Evergreen shows the verdant aesthetic statement that allows city dwellers to bring nature back into the every day and quenches urban gardening desires. Living with plants is mutually beneficial; beyond the exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen, leaves, flowers, and stems bring a warm and individual charisma to any space. Throughout this engaging collection of projects, urban gardening is complimented by a softer side: balconies that add an extra relaxing touch to a morning cup of coffee, flowers that provide calming fragrances throughout the home, or romantic blooms that feed the soul rather than fill a plate.

    Evergreen also inspires those who already live in the midst of lush horticultural and sustainable oases. Straightforward plans and examples illustrate how to transform unused spaces, both indoors and out, into flourishing and functional patches. Sketched floorplans visually detail a myriad of projects including which plants thrive in dark living room corners or which foliage enjoys the damp environment of a bathroom. The profiles of both professional and hobbyist plant lovers provide an engaging guide to productively getting one’s hands dirty; herb gardens on fire escapes, greenhouses that double as living spaces, and community gardens atop roofs all awaken growing curiosities. From cactus farmers and florists to shop owners and activists, let Evergreen’s cast of characters guide you in making and maintaining a green utopia and in quenching gardening longings.

    Full color, hardcover, 256 pages, 24 x 30 cm

  • 98,00 DKK 399,00 DKK

    Max Beckmann (1884-1950) found his central theme in the angst of 20th-century interwar experience. With a style between Expressionism and New Objectivity, later softened into more radiant naturalism, the painter and printmaker probed the strife of the human condition in portraits, self-portraits, and allegorical tableau.

    Beckmann’s early pictures showed the influence of Impressionism, with a leaning towards biblical, historical, and allegorical themes. Serving in the medical corps in Belgium during World War I, he was discharged after a nervous breakdown, and would return to art with anguished new strategies of distortion, angularity, and exaggerated color. In chaotic scenes of the circus, cabarets, carnivals, and candelit chambers, he emphasized the theatricality of life and seemed to foretell the doom of the interwar Weimar Republic with his cast of lurid characters, often peppered with ominous fragments of myth, biblical reference, and opaque allegory.

    Beckmann’s Departure is the first in a series of triptych paintings recalling the juxtaposed scenes of heaven and hell, sin and salvation typical to medieval or Renaissance altarpieces. Though the artist denied that Departure had specific meaning, it is often regarded as an emblematic response to the rise of National Soclalism, painted at the time that the Nazis fired Beckmann from his professorship at the Frankfurt Art Academy.

    This monograph features more than 180 of Beckmann’s from 1907 to 1950, including many of his most famous self-portraits and triptychs. Biographical essays cover his war years, the 1920s in Frankfurt, his Nazi exile years in Amsterdam, and his emigration to the United States. Bonus additional material includes photographs on which many of his paintings are based, several exhibition shots, and images from other artists as Pablo Picasso, Eugène Delacroix, Max Ernst, and Edvard Munch that visualize Beckmann’s inspirations and context.

    Hardcover, 25.1 x 31.6 cm, 200 pages

  • 499,00 DKK

    A comprehensive collection of examples ranging from subversive to museum-worthy, this striking showcase positions collage between provocation and commerce. Presenting the work of more than 70 collage artists—from established names including John Baldessari and Richard Prince to up-and-coming talents such as Lola Dupré and Mat Maitland—the book explores the seemingly endless creative possibilities that result when disparate images are brought together in unexpected ways.

    Editors: Dennis Busch & Gestalten

    Format: 24 × 30 cm

    Features: Full color, hardcover, 320 pages

    Language: English

  • 210,00 DKK

    Size: Height 15 cm, diameter 12,5 cm
    Material: Glass
    Color: Clear
    Light source: E27 LED 25000 h

  • 99,00 DKK 199,00 DKK

    Dutch designer Lex Pott designed the Spring Scissors with NOMESS COPENHAGEN for the 2015 Wallpaper* Handmade Exhibition.
    The idea behind the product has its roots in traditional Asian craftsmanship. The Spring Scissors are designed with spring steel so they reshape to the original form after use and they are symmetric and suitable for left as well as right hand use. The distinct graphic and sculptural features added by Lex Pott transform this ordinary tool to an artistic object.

    MATERIAL: Spring Steel
    DIMENSIONS: 25,4 cm.

  • 35,00 DKK

    The Pensils are solid coloured black.

    MATERIAL: Wood
    DIMENSIONS: w:17.5cm.
    COLOUR: Black

  • 49,00 DKK

    Each pack contains three different Washi tapes in either orange or dark blue and B/W grid, so you can create creative patterns and decorations on walls, furniture or packagings.

    MATERIALS: Washi Paper
    COLOUR: Grid / orange
    INFO: 3 pcs.

  • 25,00 DKK

    Organise your documents with stickers. The pad can stick to any surface, making it convenient for you to access at all time.

    MATERIAL: Plastic
    DIMENSIONS: w:5.8/d:0.3/h:5cm.
    COLOUR: Dark grey / Orange

  • 45,00 DKK 99,00 DKK

    Nomess tray box is a multifunctional product, to storage and organize small belongings.

    MATERIALS: Cardboard / Dyed Paper
    DIMENSIONS: 12 / d: 12 h: 8 cm
    COLOUR: Dark red

  • 80,00 DKK

    Nomess has made a series of uniquely designed notebooks. The Colour notebook is just as beautiful on the insides as the outside. The notebook is perfect for your creative mind or simply to keep track of your handwriting.

    MATERIALS: Cardboard / Dyed paper
    DIMENSIONS: 13,4 / d: 19,2 cm
    COLOUR: Pink

  • 129,00 DKK

    Nomess has made a series of uniquely designed notebooks. The cork notebook is made of cork and paper and has a beautiful surface.

    MATERIALS: Cork / paper
    DIMENSIONS: w: 19 / d: 25 cm
    COLOUR: Nude

  • 129,00 DKK

    Nomess has made a series of uniquely designed notebooks. The cork notebook is made of cork and paper and has a beautiful surface.

    MATERIALS: Cork / paper
    DIMENSIONS: w: 19 / d: 25 cm
    COLOUR: White

  • 249,00 DKK

    Help indoor plants retain moisture in dry conditions, and do it in style with our popular 300ml Metal mist sprayer with press plunger action. A delightful contemporary addition to your collection indoor gardening accessories.

    Ideal for house plants/orchids/succulents
    Increasing humidity
    Easy press plunger for fine mist spray
    Gift boxed
    Dimensions 9cm x 9xm x 14.cm (L x W x H)
    Weight when full 0.4kg

  • 750,00 DKK

    Galaxy Globe is a collection of mobiles for your home.

    Dimensions: 41.5 x 41.5 cm

  • 125,00 DKK

    Forests are linked to health and well-being, as they hide numerous botanical treasures which have been widely used in alternative medicine as natural treatment methods. For that reason, we associated the blend of these very unique herbs with the forest ecosystems.

    FOREST is a combination of herbal flowers, leaves, fruits and seeds which all harmoniously balance between them, resulting in a smooth and full-bodied blend. You can enjoy it any time of the day.

    The distinctive flavour and taste of sage and fennel seed, in combination with the citrus hint of mountain tea and the bitterness of the rest of the herbs, leave a long-lasting hydrating aftertaste.

    • Certified organic.
    • Naturally caffeine free.
    • Drink it hot to get most out of its aromas.
    • It does not need any sweeteners. If you like your beverages sweet, you can add a teaspoon of honey.

    1-2 g tea, 170 ml water, 8-10 min, 95 degrees

    Read here about how you can plant it

  • 349,00 DKK 699,00 DKK

    The Block Candle Holder combines bold form with an honest presentation of material. They continue Malene Birger’s devotion to sculptural and simple design, featuring a polished brass stem offset with the natural tones of the marble base. These signature natural tones can be seen referenced throughout Malene’s ADDITIONAL range.

    Malene Birger has designed the ADDITIONAL range for NEW WORKS, taking inspiration from her diverse practice, and the individual qualities of the materials and techniques used in each of the objects. The range features her signature tones and patterns, and is to be viewed as an addition to the NEW WORKS collection.

    Design: Malene Birger

    Dimensions: H: 120 x W: 80 mm


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