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Mad og Bolig ScandinavianMad og Bolig Scandinavian

Mad og Bolig Scandinavian

Mad og Bolig Scandinavian

Mad & Bolig is Danish and directly translated means ‘food and home’. Mad & Bolig Scandinavian is a Danish lifestyle magazine that focuses on stylish interior design and delectable gourmet food, and appeals to both the head and the heart. In the following pages, you can enjoy an update on Danish design trends in 2018. We visit the home of Danish designer Emil Thorup and discover the Danish design duo GamFratesi's tips for their favourite places in Denmark's capital city of Copenhagen. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can have a go at creating Danish gourmet food that you can make in your own kitchen. You can also meet one of Scandinavia's growing numbers of top chefs.

Land:
Denmark
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Aller Media A/S
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scandinavian living in its essence

Little wonder if you’re struggling to comprehend the title of this Magazine. Mad & Bolig is Danish and directly translated means ‘food and home’.Mad & Bolig is a Danish brand that has existed since 1991. It is a lifestyle magazine that focuses on stylish interior design and delectable gourmet food, and appeals to both the head and the heart. In the following pages, you can enjoy an update on Danish design trends in 2018. Join us on a visit to the home of Danish designer Emil Thorup and discover the Danish design duo GamFratesi's tips for their favourite places in Denmark's capital city of Copenhagen. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can have a go at creating Danish gourmet food that you can make in your own kitchen. And you can…

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danish design

FABULOUS FRINGINGThe iconic table lamp Fringe was designed in 1960 by Swedish Hans-Agne Jakobsson. Until recently its existence was limited to sporadic appearances at various auctions, but it’s now available for all design and fringe lovers. Comes in two colours: cream white or pale pink as a table or floor lamp. From DKK 2,995 (400 euro).(Warm Nordic).A LOW BATThe elegant lounge chair Bat has now been produced in a low-backed version if you’re after a comfortable chair that doesn’t take up too much space in the living room. The chair is designed by the duo GamFratesi and prices start from DKK 12,595 (1,700 euro). (Gubi).FLOOR OR WALL ORNAMENTSDesigned for adorning the wall or as a warming or decorative element on the floor. The graphic and colourful Arqui rugs are the…

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classic villa with muted tones

Grey walls, white panels and dark floors create a calm ambience if you want to use colour in your interior design yet still retain a classic expression. The sofa and coffee table are from Meridiani, the rug is from Morocco, the blue tray with green plant is from Rosmosegaard, and the candlestick is by Tom Dixon. The painting is by Emil Madsen Brandt, the floor lamp is by Contardi, and the bookcase Oblique is from Moooi. The picture was a personal gift to Helle Holstein from Robert Jacobsen when she visited his gallery as a child.“I always look at people’s art instead of their bookshelves when I visit their homes. Colours tell you everything because they are so good at creating atmosphere.”HELLE HOLSTEINGive your herringbone parquet floor a modern lift…

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how to create a classic style

Don’t be afraid of coloured walls – they can help put your existing furniture in a brand new light.Don’t worry so much about other people’s styles, but try creating your own individual look.If you can’t find the perfect furniture item, get it custom made. It's not necessarily more expensive and it gives your home personality.Look around you. Just because items are usually positioned in a certain way, it doesn’t mean you can’t easily move them around. Moving your sofa is also good exercise.Buy art abroad. When you are on a city break, make the effort to find some good galleries. You might be lucky enough to find good and unusual art that can both embellish your walls and be a lovely souvenir.…

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gamfratesi’s guide to copenhagen

“It really is wonderful to live in a city so close to the water, and if you drive just a little north, you’re suddenly surrounded by a huge forest with lots of deer. These contrasts make Copenhagen into something really special.”ENRICO FRATESIWhere can you swim in the harbour, sit back and relax in historic design icons, experience open-air opera, play rounders with friends, enjoy modern art and dine at Michelin restaurants at the end of the day? The answer is Copenhagen, of course. And the best thing is that most of the attractions are within walking distance. We caught up with the design duo GamFratesi to hear their views on Copenhagen, where the couple live and work.Stine Gam was born in Copenhagen, while Enrico Fratesi comes from the Italian town…

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about gamfratesi

1975: Stine Gam, born in Copenhagen1978: Enrico Fratesi, born in Pesaro, Italy2004: Stine and Enrico meet each other at Universitá de Architettura in Ferrara, where Enrico graduates as an architect.2006: Stine graduates as an architect from Aarhus School of Architecture.2006: Stine and Enrico establish the design studio GamFratesi.2008: GamFratesi launch their first design: The Cartoon chair for Swedish Swedese.2008: First solo exhibition at the Design Museum Denmark.2014: Guest of Honour at Stockholm Furniture Fair.2015 + 2016: Curators for Mindcraft during Salone del Mobile Milano…

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