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2021.05.05

”I think it’s more important than ever to stay true to your community now”, says Frama founder Niels Stroyer Christophersen. The Danish brand recently took their Studio Store concept to Barcelona, now sharing space with the innovative family owned florist Alblanc Atelier in the neighborhood Poblenou. The Studio Store concept is based on collaborations with local creatives and an inventive way to explore design ethos and build friendships with similar thinking brands and ateliers in different communities.

2021.05.05

”I think it’s more important than ever to stay true to your community now”, says Frama founder Niels Stroyer Christophersen. The Danish brand recently took their Studio Store concept to Barcelona, now sharing space with the innovative family owned florist Alblanc Atelier in the neighborhood Poblenou. The Studio Store concept is based on collaborations with local creatives and an inventive way to explore design ethos and build friendships with similar thinking brands and ateliers in different communities.


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LAUNCHING ISSUE 02 / APRIL 2021

In our second issue we visit the couple behind acclaimed interior architecture firm Halleroed at their forest hideaway, and we visit a 17th-century home and garden where time has stood still. ­Celebrated fashion designer Diana Orving creates a textile art installation in an empty museum exclusively for us, and we spend some time in the beautiful, sparse home of glass maestro Ingegerd Råman. “We are not easily tempted to buy things,” she says about her and her ­husband’s decision to live with the bare minimum of objects.

“I will defend the empty space.” Elsewhere in the issue, we ­discuss the profound effects of the built environ­ment on our wellbeing. “I want to be part of a cultural movement that recalibrates what ­matters in society, and in life,” says Danish chef Fredrik Bille Brahe in Hugo Macdonald’s article on reconnecting with our roots. “I think courage to be local is ­important.” Born at a time of change, our hope is to inspire new ideas on the subject of living well. It’s time to ­welcome in a new era.

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LAUNCHING ISSUE 02 APRIL 2021

In our second issue we visit the couple behind acclaimed interior architecture firm Halleroed at their forest hideaway, and we visit a 17th-century home and garden where time has stood still. ­Celebrated fashion designer Diana Orving creates a textile art installation in an empty museum exclusively for us, and we spend some time in the beautiful, sparse home of glass maestro Ingegerd Råman. “We are not easily tempted to buy things,” she says about her and her ­husband’s decision to live with the bare minimum of objects.

“I will defend the empty space.” Elsewhere in the issue, we ­discuss the profound effects of the built environ­ment on our wellbeing. “I want to be part of a cultural movement that recalibrates what ­matters in society, and in life,” says Danish chef Fredrik Bille Brahe in Hugo Macdonald’s article on reconnecting with our roots. “I think courage to be local is ­important.” Born at a time of change, our hope is to inspire new ideas on the subject of living well. It’s time to ­welcome in a new era.

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How will we eat, live and consume 2021? How will we travel, communicate – and feel? Will we move into a culture of longer-term thinking? After a year defined by challenges, mostly spent confined in our homes, we all long for a brighter time ahead. We asked a number of creatives about their views of the year to come.

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How will we eat, live and consume 2021? How will we travel, communicate – and feel? Will we move into a culture of longer-term thinking? After a year defined by challenges, mostly spent confined in our homes, we all long for a brighter time ahead. We asked a number of creatives about their views of the year to come.


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