We love the aesthetics, functionalty & design idea of the products which came out of Braun & Dieter Rams office especially in the 60´ties.Read More
Inspirational architecture by Dutch architects RAAAFRead More
On the outskirts of our city Aarhus , locally placed Wienberg Architects and Friis and Moltke created a villa with a special atmosphere which is both cooling and calming.
The unconventional Villa Wienberg is the result of a conversion of a 1940s Danish summerhouse.
Inside the villa's articulated floor plan a interesting mix of contrasting materials creates a intriguing experience. Each room supports the architects' intention to create a visually stimulating space.
The villa opens to its surroundings with windows which are perfectly proportioned for the purpose of inviting nature in as well as creating a cozy and private space.
The playful villa is a well thought mix of angles and split levels. It seems to organically grow out of the rich vegetation of pine, temple-tree and rhododendron leaves.
See more on : http://www.wienbergarkitekter.dk
Revealing forgotton and unfamiliar architecture is the primary work of photographer Bart SynowiecRead More
Oliver, a well-traveled man who finds inspiration in architecture and the nature, has been fortunate to explore fascinating places around the world. He loves taking pictures of abandoned sites and knows how to convey a story through the lens.Read More
Our interest in various art forms and architecture made us notice Kevin Hviid.Read More
Q & a Lasse Hyldgaard – The furniture collector
At Journal we have a general passion for well designed items, especially furniture, art & architecture always seems to catch our interest.Read More
We are amazed with work of Swedish Architects Skälsö on this old bunker, called building 8. It is now a holiday home in the north of Gotland, Sweden.Read More
For the photo shoot of our Winter season collection, we used the renowned and praised Aarhus University, which dates from 1931. It is a unique and coherent university campus with consistent architecture, homogenous use of yellow brickwork.
The University is as an integrated complex which unites the best aspects of functionalism with solid Danish traditions in form and materials. C.F. Møller has directed the design of the university buildings from the beginning to the present day.
The architectural masterpiece is selected to be a part of the Danish culture canon of the greatest, most important works of Denmark's cultural heritage.
All images courtesy of C.F.Møller
For our coming Autumn collection, we had the privilege to collaborate with Swiss architects Holzer/Kobler. The Autumn 2014 collection is inspired by one of their Masterpieces, a stunning building called Paläeon…soon the collection is delivered to the shops and we will give you the full story .