The Wonder Years

There’s nothing like the sweet childhood memories of dressing up, wearing everything from your mums closet with unbridled optimism and creating extravagant stories. From here you discover your mothers’ makeup bag to find her vintage lipsticks & eye shadows, not worrying about staying in the lines and using your imagination to be anyone you want, in

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The Art of Living : Gemma Ward

When you land in Tasmania the first thing that you notice is the landscape.  Sweeping fields of long dry grass, fence lines flanked with hedges and tear dropped shaped conifers speckle the landscape .. you could almost be in the middle of Italy.  However, Tasmania is not only famous for its majestic landscapes, it’s also

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Cinque Terre

Inspiration Gallery Cinq Terre: Monterosso, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, Riomaggiore, ITALY, September 2018

Tokyo: Chanel In Bloom

From the moment you step off the plane in Tokyo, you can feel that bustling wave of energy as it swirls around you, enveloping you in its intoxicating breath. Technology meets tradition, business men scramble subways, tourists pin balling through peak hour with their cameras while geishas pose for pictures as the throng continues on

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Saara: OF by Amanda Shadforth

Location scouting and I are never friends although hopefully you would never realise it.  At this point in time we’ve worked our magic against quite a few relatively challenging backdrops to say the least, a roadside quarry, an abandoned house, and even in my own backyard which isn’t so too bad just a little on

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Sensation

If only we were currently swimming in the fresh blue waters in the heart of Italy right now.   Alas the fantasy it is not so, and as the reality of mountains of editing from my latest shoot (which I cannot wait to show you my lovely friends) literally ‘sinks’ in I can only dream

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Common Denominator

Do you ever get the feeling that you’re missing out on something that everyone else knows about but you.  I somehow once missed a group message where my friends had organised tickets to see one of my favourite bands and I didn’t realise until it was too late ..  let’s just say fomo is my

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Cloud Blue

I turned 30 in December and wanted to do something special together with my friends. I booked a trip to this deamy hotel, Cloud Blue at Mykonos. It was hard to capture this beautiful place but here’s some of my photos. Except that our villa and studios were beyond our expectations, we also had the […]

Bliss Part I

Inspiration GALLERY Province of Krabi – Andaman Sea / Railay Beach / Ko Poda, May 2018

New work for Genova Property Group

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A little bit of spring

It might be a bit early to start dreaming about spring already. But I’m doing it anyway! At least it feels like spring at home.

New work for JM with Stylist Pella Hedeby

New work together with Stylist Pella Hedeby for JM.Filed under: Inspiration, Interior, Photography, Work

Birthday mood

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New work for JM

Here’s some of my favorites from my latest work for JM together with dear Marie Ramse.Filed under: Inspiration, Interior, Photography, Work

Twigs and knit

Twigs from last week when shooting autumn and Christmas themes with Pella Hedeby for IKEA Livet Hemma. And new knit from H&M in one of my favorite shades. Advertisements Filed under: Fashion, Inspiration, Interior, Photography, Work

New products

I recently discovered the skincare The Ordinary from Deciem and the inside is as good as the outside. I’m already addicted to it. I’m also trying out the new hand soap and hand lotion from Le Labo and I’m loving the luxurious fragrance.Filed under: Inspiration, Interior, Photography

New images capture MAD’s rock-shaped Chaoyang Park Plaza

This new set of images by photographer Khoo Guo Jie captures the mountain-inspired details of Chinese firm MAD’s Chaoyang Park Plaza as it nears completion in Beijing. Khoo Guo Jie’s photographs document the skyscrapers, office blocks and public space that make up the 120,000-square-metre complex built on the southern edge of Chaoyang Park – one of the city’s largest parklands.

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Ghana’s “UFO-like” National Theatre photographed by Julien Lanoo

French photographer Julien Lanoo took these images of the National Theatre of Ghana built in Accra in the early 90s, which features smooth, white volumes elevated above the surrounding streetscape. Lanoo has travelled to Ghana regularly in recent years to photograph or film architectural projects including an eco lodge in Cape Three Points and a children’s hospital in

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Photographer Marc Goodwin reveals new buildings under construction in Chinese city Ningbo

This set of images by photographer Marc Goodwin shows major new buildings under construction in Ningbo, China, by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and Schmidt Hammer Lassen. The photographer travelled to the coastal Chinese city, which contains one of the world’s biggest ports, to capture the progress of the Rogers Stirk Harbour-designed residential tower complex, Ningbo Gateway, and three Schmidt Hammer Lassen projects: Ningbo

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Eric Randall Morris mutates architectural photos to show “a distorted vision of the American dream”

Vernacular American architecture is removed from its context, distorted and turned into fantastical patterns in this manipulated photography set by architect and designer Eric Randall Morris. The ongoing series, titled An American Hyperreality, “explores a distorted vision of the American dream” according to Morris. The set is roughly split into two types of image. The

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Oracle Fox x CR.Capsule

  One of Australia’s largest fashion juggernauts released a press release this week stating… “It’s Country Road, but not as you know it”. It’s been near to seven years now since I began in the fashion industry.  It’s difficult to put into words what it feels like to have begun an independent website at the eve of the […]

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Denis Esakov uses drone photography to capture Moscow’s landmark buildings from above

Photographer Denis Esakov has used a drone-mounted camera to trace the history of Moscow’s architecture, featuring buildings from the city’s constructivist era alongside contemporary designs by architects including Zaha Hadid and David Adjaye. Local architectural photographer Esakov spent a year using a remote-controlled drone with a built-in camera to take the images, which are published in the book, Spying on Moscow: A Winged

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Jade Doskow’s Lost Utopias photo series documents past World’s Fairs sites

Photographer Jade Doskow has spent the last decade documenting crumbling and thriving World’s Fair sites across North America and Europe for her Lost Utopias series. Once a display of the time’s most pioneering ideas, these exposition sites now exist predominantly in a state of decline or dereliction. The dystopian-style series has seen Doskow travel to and photograph the remaining

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10 of the most captivating photo series to celebrate World Photography Day

Today is World Photography Day, and to mark the occasion we’ve rounded up 10 of the best photo series published on Dezeen over the past year – including 360-views of the Tate Switch House, an insight into Pyongyang’s unique architecture, and a look inside the flats of the Barbican estate. Barbican residents offer a look inside their

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Paris’ most eye-catching buildings take centre stage in Sebastian Weiss’ latest photo series

The silvery skin of Jean Nouvel’s Philharmonie de Paris concert hall and the cauliflower-like balconies of the Choux de Créteil tower blocks by Gérard Grandval are among the details captured by photographer Sebastian Weiss on his last trip to Paris. The photos are the second instalment from Weiss’ ongoing Dramatis Personae series, which has previously seen the architectural photographer document landmark buildings in Portugal, Denmark and

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Summer in mind

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Photographer Paul Raftery captures the “crazy array of architecture” in Expo 2017 host city Astana

These new images by British photographer Paul Raftery reveal the post-Soviet-era architecture that can be found in Kazakhstani capital Astana, which is hosting the world expo this year. The photographs show buildings that can be found in the downtown area of the city, from simple tower blocks to highly decorative structures. With Astana Expo 2017 taking place across the summer, this architecture has

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Royal Mail’s latest stamp collection celebrates the UK’s “renaissance of contemporary architecture”

Zaha Hadid’s London Aquatics Centre, EMBT’s Scottish Parliament and Haworth Tompkins’s Stirling-Prize-winning Everyman Theatre are just some of the landmark buildings featured on a new set of UK stamps dedicated to contemporary architecture. Designed by London design agency GBH, the Royal Mail Special Stamps Collection features 10 of the most famous public buildings from the last two decades. The buildings

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Christ & Gantenbein’s concrete extension to National Museum Zurich photographed by Rory Gardiner

British photographer Rory Gardiner took these shots of Christ & Gantenbein’s angular concrete extension to the National Museum Zurich when it was bathed in late winter sunlight. Gardiner visited Zurich in early March to shoot the new wing Christ & Gantenbein designed for the museum, which houses the largest collection of cultural and historical items in Switzerland. The Basel architecture practice selected raw concrete for the extension, which opened last summer, to

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Key projects by influential Indian architect Balkrishna Doshi

With Balkrishna Vithaldas Doshi set to deliver the Royal Academy’s annual architecture lecture this evening, here’s a look at four pivotal projects the architect built in Ahmedabad, captured by photographer Edmund Sumner. As one of India’s most influential 20th century architects, and an important collaborator of both Le Corbusier and Louis Kahn, Doshi has an impressive portfolio spanning over 70 years. Through the

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Simone Bossi captures glimpses of light in Amanda Levete’s subterranean gallery at London’s V&A museum

Architecture photographer Simone Bossi honed in on just the skylights and staircases of the newly opened underground gallery at the V&A museum, which was designed by Stirling Prize-winning architect Amanda Levete and her firm AL_A. Bossi used a tripod to create a series of restricted viewpoints of the recently completed gallery and courtyard known as the V&A Exhibition Road Quarter for Issue 43 of the

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Diébédo Francis Kéré’s Serpentine Pavilion photographed by Jim Stephenson

These images by architectural photographer Jim Stephenson offer an in-depth look at this year’s Serpentine Pavilion, an indigo-blue structure designed by Burkinabe architect Diébédo Francis Kéré. Stephenson took the photographs at a press preview of the pavilion this morning, ahead of its official opening on 23 June. The oval-shaped structure, designed by Berlin- and Burkina Faso-based Kéré, is defined by curving indigo-blue

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Architects unveil energy-themed pavilions at Astana Expo 2017

The Astana Expo opened to the public last week in the Kazakhstani capital. These images by architectural photographer Paul Raftery reveal the myriad pavilions on display, including the UK offering designed by Asif Khan and Brian Eno.  Raftery took the photographs at the opening of the Astana Expo 2017, where over 100 countries are presenting exhibitions and pavilions under the theme Future Energy.

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Ceramics Sand

I’m so glad to announce that we’re/Melo expanding our assortment of handcrafted products from Sweden. Last week we launched Ceramics Sand in a limited collection of 50 copies of 5 products; a plate, a small plate, a saucer, a bowl and a cup. The collection is designed by me and handcrafted in Dalarna by the talented […]

Foster and Heatherwick complete Shanghai theatre with curtain-like facade

Images have emerged of a new arts and culture centre by Foster + Partners and Heatherwick Studio, which forms part of a new financial quarter the two firms are building on Shanghai’s waterfront. The Fosun Foundation is the centrepiece of the Bund Finance Center, a new mixed-use complex designed by Norman Foster’s architecture firm and Thomas Heatherwick’s

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Photographs by Yueqi Jazzy Li provide first look at Ole Scheeren’s Guardian Arts Center in Beijing

These new photographs by Yueqi Jazzy Li reveal the “pixelated” forms of the Guardian Arts Center by Büro Ole Scheeren as it nears completion in Beijing. Scheeren’s architecture firm unveiled the new headquarters for the country’s oldest art auction house, China Guardian, in mid-2015. Conceived as the world’s first major museum and auction house hybrid, the arts centre provides two large auction halls, as

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Peter Zumthor’s stilted Zinc Mine Museum captured in photography by Aldo Amoretti

These new images of the Peter Zumthor-designed Zinc Mine Museum were taken by Barcelona-based photographer Aldo Amoretti during a winter trip to southern Norway. Zumthor designed a series of buildings for the site of the former Allmannajuvet zinc mines in Sauda, and they opened to the public for the first time in late 2016. Amoretti visited the museum during November

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Ole Scheeren’s pixellated MahaNakhon tower photographed by Hufton + Crow

British duo Hufton + Crow visited Bangkok to capture these images of Thailand’s tallest tower, which was designed by Ole Scheeren and features modular cutaways spiralling around its facades. The 77-storey MahaNakhon tower topped out in 2015, becoming the tallest building in the Thai capital at 314 metres. As the project neared completion last year,

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Lighthouse

From my latest work for JM together with dear Marie Ramse. I fell in love with this apartment right away. Go to the Hitta hem blog to see more! Styling Marie Ramse Photography me Client JMFiled under: Inspiration, Interior, Photography, Work

New photographs offer a look inside a modernist theatre in Le Corbusier’s Chandigarh

Neelam Theatre, one of three cinemas built as part of Le Corbusier’s construction of Chandigarh, is revealed in these new images by British photographer Edmund Sumner. Built in the early 1950s, Neelam Theatre is located in Sector 17, the commercial district of the modernist city that was famously masterplanned by Le Corbusier in post-independence India. But the building was actually

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MAD’s mountain-shaped tower complex nears completion in Beijing

New images by photographer Edmon Leong offer a first look at the nearly completed glass volumes of MAD’s Chaoyang Park Plaza – a commercial and residential complex based on rock formations in Beijing. MAD’s 120,000-square-metre complex of skyscrapers, office blocks and public spaces is located in Beijing’s central business district, which sits on the southern edge of Chaoyang Park –

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Hammershøi vase

Spring feeling! Photo from this bright morning at home with the large Hammershøi vase in white and my favourite spring flowers in it. The vase is from the Hammershøi range and comes in four sizes and six colours. Which one is your favorite? The Hammershøi range is designed by Hans-Christian Bauer. Styling and photography by me. Post in collaboration with Kähler.Filed under: Interior, Photography, Work

Kris Provoost photographs the most flamboyant architecture of China’s building boom

OMA’s trouser-shaped CCTV tower and Herzog & de Meuron’s Bird’s Nest stadium feature in this photo series by Kris Provoost, which documents the “weird architecture” China has tried to ban. Architect Kris Provoost, who lives and works in Shanghai, spent seven years creating The Beautified China photoset. In it he captures some of the more unusual projects created by world-renowned architecture practices

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Palette at home

These shades is all over my home at the moment. How I love spring, these bright soft shades, and the light this time of the year.Filed under: Fashion, Inspiration, Interior, Photography

Edmund Sumner reveals archive photographs of Ryue Nishizawa’s seminal Moriyama House

Photographer Edmund Sumner has revealed decade-old images of one of Ryue Nishizawa’s most famous buildings, Moriyama House – a full-size model of which was recently installed inside London’s Barbican. After visiting the Barbican’s “highly impressive” exhibition The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945, which includes a full-size model of the Tokyo house, Sumner dug out his photographs from when the building was first completed

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Hufton + Crow’s new photographs capture Sweden’s Treehotel at sunset

British photography studio Hufton + Crow has visited the Treehotel in northern Sweden to capture its seven unusually themed woodland suites. Among the themed cabins architectural photography duo Hufton + Crow shot is a flying saucer-shaped cabin and a mirror-covered box designed to reflects its forested setting. Husband-and-wife team Kent and Britta Lindvall set up Treehotel in 2010 to cater to tourists visiting the Arctic Circle in search

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New photographs reveal Snøhetta’s Lascaux IV Caves Museum in southern France

These photographs capture the jagged roofline of the museum that Snøhetta has designed at the Lascaux Caves in France, to frame a huge replica of some of the world’s most famous prehistoric cave paintings. Snøhetta worked with local firm Duncan Lewis and exhibition designers Casson Mann to create the tourist attraction, which opened at the end of 2016. Finishing touches have now been completed

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Jan Kempenaers documents Soviet-era war memorials in black and white photo series

Belgian photographer Jan Kempenaers has documented a series of second world war memorials across Europe, from a neglected lattice-wrapped library to the star-shaped entrance to a fortress. Like the photographer’s Spomenik series, The Untitled photoset focuses on a series of ruined concrete monuments built in the 1960s and 70s across the former Yugoslavian territories. This time, Kempenaers has also included structures in Germany

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RUM hemma

It was a dream to shoot this. The theme, the shades and of course the colleagues Pella and Alicia. Here’s some of my favourites. See the full story in the latest issue of RUM hemma. Styling by Pella Hedeby. Assistant Alicia Sjöström. Photography by me. For RUM hemma.Filed under: Inspiration, Interior, Photography, Work

IM Pei’s Museum of Islamic Art captured in new photographs by Yueqi Jazzy Li

These photographs by Yueqi Jazzy Li show the monumental form of IM Pei’s Museum of Islamic Art, eight years after the building completed in Doha, Qatar. New York-based Jazzy Li captures both the exterior and interior of the museum, which Pritzker Prize-winning architect IM Pei, 99, designed for artificial island on the Arabian Gulf just off

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Photographer Sebastian Weiss presents Calatrava’s Valencian architecture as white sculptures

In his latest photo series, Sebastian Weiss hones in on bright white details of Santiago Calatrava’s Valencian art complex, blocking out the larger picture to capture a blanched kaleidoscope of repeating struts and identikit forms. The series, White Sculptures, takes a close-up look at Calatrava’s handsome but controversial City of Arts and Sciences scheme in Valencia, which has attracted

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Marc Goodwin photographs 11 architecture studios in Beijing

Photographer Marc Goodwin visited 11 architecture studios in Beijing to create this photoset, which offers a glimpse inside the workplaces of MAD, Zhang Ke and Vector Architects. The board variety of offices in the Chinese capital captured by Goodwin, who runs the photography studio Archmospheres, range from a darkly lit former boiler room to apartments once used by diplomats. Zhang Ke’s

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Nelson Garrido showcases buildings left empty after financial crisis hit Portugal

These images by Portuguese photographer Nelson Garrido reveal buildings left deserted in the aftermath of the last financial crisis. Garrido first presented the series, called Home Less, in an exhibition for last year’s Venice Architecture Biennale. It features buildings from all across Portugal, from holiday villas to mass housing blocks. Some of the buildings were left

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Schmidt Hammer Lassen reveals new images of Greenland cultural centre to mark its 20th anniversary

These newly released photographs show the undulating timber-clad form of the Katuaq Cultural Centre of Greenland, which Danish firm Schmidt Hammer Lassen credits as being its “breakthrough” project. Now celebrating its 20th anniversary, Schmidt Hammer Lassen won an international competition in 1992 to design the building with a proposal intended to reflect Greenland’s dramatic landscape. The 4,800-square-metre Katuaq Cultural Centre

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David Adjaye’s African American Museum photographed by Brad Feinknopf

These new images by photographer Brad Feinknopf offer a tour through David Adjaye’s Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, which opened last fall in Washington DC. The museum – often referred to as NMAAHC – was designed by British architect David Adjaye in collaboration with US firms The Freelon Group, Davis Brody Bond and SmithGroupJJR, while

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Pauliina Salonen

Pauliina Salonen

Pauliina Salonen is a brilliant Finnish Photographer. The beautiful images above are part of her work for Wilma Kalusse and Asun Magazine in collaboration with the great Stylist Pia Kalliomäki from Studio Kalliomäki who is also based in Finland. Pauliina’s work has been allover the Minimalism world — The quality of her work and her brilliant collaborations have given her the recognition she clearly deserves. Visit her website for more.

Columbia GSAPP presents architectural models and photos in Stagecraft exhibition

Intricate models of buildings by Le Corbusier, Norman Foster, Peter Zumthor and more are going on show at New York’s Columbia University, alongside photographs by James Ewing. The scale models were created by students at Columbia’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) between 1993 and 2004. They represent the Pavillon des Temps Nouveaux

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Arwana Estate Villa

Just some random shots of Dominique (owner of Fashionbook) at one of the gorgeous Arwana Estate villas in Umalas. #taoofsophiaphotography

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Deserted Japanese theme park photographed just before demolition

The abandoned and overgrown landscape of Nara Dreamland, a theme park closed for over a decade, is revealed in this set of images by French photographer Romain Veillon. Built in Nara Prefecture in 1961, the theme park was expected to become Japan’s answer to Disneyland. But it struggled to compete when both Disney and Universal Studios opened up their own

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Peter Ortner photographs 500 bus stops in former Soviet Union

German photographer Peter Ortner has spent seven years documenting 500 bus stops across former Soviet countries, including a triangular pavilion, a winged shelter and several colourful mosaic designs. Ortner visited seven former-Soviet territories including Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia, The Crimea Peninsula, Ukraine and Moldova to create the Back in the USSR photo series. Unlike the grey concrete buildings often associated with socialist architecture built throughout

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Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers share Centre Pompidou photographs on 40th anniversary

Archive photography from the offices of Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers shows the dramatic inside-out form of the Centre Pompidou in Paris, which is celebrating its 40th birthday. One of the most famous examples of the high-tech style, the Centre Pompidou was assembled from a kit of huge prefabricated steel parts. Over 15,000 tonnes of steel were used in

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Upcoming work for RUM Hemma

Two details from this weekend shooting with Pella Hedeby and Alicia Sjöström for RUM Hemma. The work will be out in a few weeks. Looking forward to share it!Filed under: Fashion, Interior, Photography, Work

Travel Memories of Last Years

With a miserable hangover, I found out my macbook’s hard drive was failing last Saturday. People warned me I could have lost all my data. Funnily enough, freaking Time Machine warned

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Ben Murphy photographs makeshift architecture in the mountains of southeast Spain

Photographer Ben Murphy has spent the last decade documenting the temporary dwellings created by multi-cultural nomads living in rural southeast Spain. His series called The Riverbed reveals the variety of homes created by these counter-cultural communities, ranging from customised vans and trucks, to tents and timber-framed structures. For instance, one shot shows a shelter with straw bales for walls and a

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BIG’s VIA 57 West skyscraper captured at sunset by Hufton + Crow

British duo Hufton + Crow have become the latest photographers to shoot BIG’s first contribution to the Manhattan skyline, capturing the building’s dramatic silhouette from across the Hudson River. The tetrahedral shape and metallic cladding of the VIA 57 West residential tower clearly stand out against neighbouring skyscrapers in Hufton + Crow’s images. BIG founder,

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Tadao Ando’s Shanghai Poly Grand Theatre captured in new photographs

Large tunnels carve through Tadao Ando’s concrete and glass theatre in Shanghai, which has been documented in these new images by architecture photographer Yueqi Li. The Poly Grand Theatre is located between two man-made waterways in Jiading district, 12 miles northwest of Shanghai’s centre, and is accompanied by a housing and office tower, also designed

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Luis Barragán’s “emotional architecture” recreated in model photographs

The colours and atmosphere of buildings by legendary Mexican architect Luis Barragán are captured in these realistic model photographs by American artist James Casebere, set to go on show in New York. Casebere recreated elements of Barragán’s iconic buildings to create the body of work for the exhibition, titled Emotional Architecture. “The title of the

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Latest work for JM

Here’s some of my favourites from a work I did for JM a couple of weeks ago. Love how these soft shades gives the apartment a warm and welcoming feeling. Read and see more over at the Hitta Hem Blog. Styling by Marie Ramse.  Photography by me. For JM.Filed under: Inspiration, Interior, Photography, Work

Fjäder By Alcro

When I got my apartment a few months ago I knew right away that I wanted to paint it in a bright grey shade. After looking through a few options I chose a shade called Fjäder from Alcro. It’s the brightest shade of grey, neutral. I didn’t want it to be warn or cold. My apartment isn’t that […]

Hammershøi

 Kähler’s new grinder is the latest addition to the Hammershøi range. The grinder is available in three colours, Anthracite, Marble and White. They do match very well with my Ombria ceramics, right? The Hammershøi grinder is decorated with a porcelain knob with the historical, decorative furrows, which are a feature of the entire Hammershøi range, designed by Christian Bauer. Styling […]