The summer holidays are officially over and it is now time to look ahead for fall news. Here is whats on my radar.
Above: On a tour through the home, ferm Living demonstrates with their new autumn collection their love for nature, craftsmanship, recyclable materials and colors like ebony and ivory to serene blues and burnt earthy nuances.
- I am planning an autumn getaway, Barcelona is always high on my list. This time I want to check into Sir Victor Hotel – set just off of Passeig de Gràcia—Barcelona’s grand, humming shopping boulevard— and a few doors down from Gaudí’s masterpiece Casa Milà. The architecture, the design and that roof top pool all looks amazing.
- Copenhageners mark your calendars: Please Wait to be Seated are planning their end of summer sale this coming Friday and Saturday (August 30 and 31) only.
- Across the world many animals are on the verge of extermination, rug company Rug Solid are with the sales of three new rugs helping the life of wild gorillas, tigers and parrots.
- Nina Holst, best known as Stylizimo, have just opened her own gallery in Drammen, Oslo, where she will be exhibiting her own art, but also other artists work.
- After years of developing, Royal Copenhagen has finally launched their new tableware collection, HAV – a dinner service that is timeless in design and use.
- Stelton, the Danish brand mostly known for its iconic coffee- and teapots, is releasing their very popular Theo collection in a new sandy color. Very Scandi.
- Ikea is opening (August 29) their first Planning Studio in the middle of Copenahgen. Not one of their classic massive warehouses, but a smaller store concept, where you can plan your new kitchen or wardrobe.
Previously in Weekly Obsessions:
- Weekly Obsessions: Flexible Workspace
- Weekly Obsessions: Subtle Summer Contrats
- Weekly Obsessions: Warm Sharp Architectural Lines