The opening of Ikea’s pop up ‘Dining Club’ in East London’s Shoreditch, which as well as running as a café from 10 to 25 September
‘During the summer and autumn, we harvest what grows on our land as it reaches the peak of ripeness, and prepare it using methods we have rediscovered from rich traditions.’
Thanks to a partnership between Danish shipping container manufacturer, CPH, and Vandkunsten Architects, work will begin later this year on Copenhagen’s first affordable, purpose-built, student village, using recycled materials on underdeveloped land.
If you’d passed through Arlanda Airport in Stockholm this summer, you might have spotted a large, futuristic-looking silver box. The Climate Portal took up residence in the airport for four months, offering travellers the chance to ‘feel the destination’ before they arrived.
Inspired by the way the ancient Greeks personalised their alphabet, Stockholm-based designer Luca Nichetto’s range of lamps – Alphabeta – can be mixed and matched into thousands of combinations.
The Bjarke Ingels Group is an architectural practice that is BIG by name, and BIG by aspiration. Mountain House, 80 penthouse apartments atop a multi-storey carpark, and Power Station Copenhagen …
We have all seen talk of the four generation workplace, the unprecedented mobility that technology is offering, and the death of open-plan working as we know it.