The newly restored Andrines House stands as one of the original seaweed houses on Læsø, an island off the coast of Denmark. The house is believed to have been built around 1790, though the exact year is not known. It had been protected in 1989 and has now been renovated with great respect for its original details. Continue reading Roof of this Historical Cottage in Denmark is Made of Over 32 Tons of Seaweed
Danish fashion brand Pieces has opened a new showroom, called ‘Her Social Studio,’ at its headquarters in Aarhus. The showroom seeks to immerse customers in a multi-faceted hub for co-creation and brand storytelling. Continue reading Self-Service Showroom For Danish Fashion Brand Pieces
Danish trade show CIFF will stage a session in Paris next January, according to the event’s boss Kristian Andersen, a leading figure in the Scandinavian and European fashion scene. Continue reading Danish Fashion Show CIFF Confirms Paris Plans
Patterned knitwear and yellow fisherman jackets appeared en masse in a chilly warehouse in east London this weekend, as 2,500 fans of the Scandinavian crime genre attended Nordicana, a two-day convention dedicated to the culture of emotionally detached detectives investigating murders among minimalist furniture and grey skies.
Amid the stalls selling Killing merchandise, smoked salmon, vodka and Swedish onesies for children, the biggest draw of the weekend were screenings of the shocking final two episodes of bleak Swedish/Danish crime drama The Bridge, which concluded its second series on Saturday night on BBC4. FULL STORY Continue reading Nordicana Sale in London Makes a Killing from Scandinavian Culture