Posts tagged with ‘Architecture’

  • Apr032019
    Linda Bloomfield at her pottery wheel in her West London studio.

    Why stories matter: ethical shopping for natural interiors

    Stories give products and interior designs an overall consistent theme. In Swedish, we call this the invisible “röd tråd”, literally,…

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  • Feb132019
    A cabin in the woods. Peace and tranquility in extreme weather excites and calms the soul. Image by Mauro Zamarian on Unsplash.com.

    A cabin in the Woods: 5 of the best

    Why does a cabin in the woods speak to our senses so deeply? Think about the times when you felt…

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  • May092018
    72 hour stress buster: Close to nature in a Swedish glass cabin on your own island. Read the full story on Chalk & Moss.

    The Swedish stress buster: 72 hour nature cure in a glass cabin

    Using nature as a stress buster has long been a part of Swedish life. And now scientists wanted to prove…

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  • Jan042018

    Ice Hotel Room Scheme in Full – A Rich Seam

    ICEHOTEL Sweden #28 is now open for the 2017-18 season, and, if you’ve followed the making series on Chalk &…

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  • Dec192017
    Monstera design as ice sculptures at ice hotel

    ICEHOTEL in Swedish Lapland now open for 2017-18 Season!

    The 28th edition of the famous ICEHOTEL in the Swedish Lapland has now opened its doors for the 2017-18 season!…

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  • Dec172017
    A geometric hole structure in the ice sculpted ICEHOTEL in Sweden

    ICEHOTEL Sweden 2018: The Final Build Phase

    Today we continue our exclusive look into the making of the 2018 ICEHOTEL Sweden. In case you missed the first…

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  • Dec062017

    ICEHOTEL Sweden 2018 – See it Happen Here and Now!

    A Unique Look into the Making of ICEHOTEL 2018 Have you seen pictures of the majestic ICEHOTEL in the Swedish…

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  • Sep072017
    Every part of this Norwegian log cabin is put to good use to make inhabitants comfortable.

    Log cabin – The heart and soul of Norwegian life

    The log cabin seems to form the heart and soul of Norwegian life. Having travelled around this remarkable country over…

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  • Jul202017
    Living in an apartment doesn't mean you can't have trees! Even if your access to nature is restricted by city living, the residents in these apartments gain a natural perspective.

    The Future of Design: Climate and Wellbeing as an Opportunity

    The future of design presents us with an opportunity for Positive Mental Attitudes, with regards to climate change and, importantly,…

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  • Jul112017
    Norwegian cabin that surrounds you wilderness.

    Norwegian Cabin: Manshausen Island Resort

    I was struck by this magnificent Norwegian cabin resort during my research into the country’s wilderness. The Manshausen Island Resort lies…

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  • Jun142017
    The outdoor sauna was specially commissioned for Kiruna as a place to bring the community together. A town displaced by the iron ore mining industry, the sauna is intended as a place to meet, socialise and discuss. The Solar Egg, perched in the spectacular northern landscape.

    Outdoor Sauna: Key Role in a Swedish Community

    The outdoor sauna is central to the social lives of many Scandinavians. No less so than for the residents of Kiruna,…

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  • May152017
    Natural interiors using biophilic principles: nature connected colours, materials, smells and sounds all contribute to wellbeing.

    Natural interiors for wellbeing: Biophilic Design reconnects us with nature

    Natural interiors using Biophilic Design aim to reconnect us with nature. These spaces use natural elements in our homes, offices, schools,…

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  • May092017
    A typical set up for Josef Frank of Svenkt Tenn

    Josef Frank: Freeform Botanical Patterns Funding Environmental Sustainability

    The textile patterns, furniture and relatively unknown paintings by Josef Frank of Svenskt Tenn have been exhibited at London’s Fashion…

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  • May012017
    Wood cladded visitor centre with large windows overlooking the woodland and Sculpture park. Cass Sculpture Foundation 2017

    Cass Sculpture Foundation: Impressively Inconspicuous Biophilic Design

    The Cass Sculpure Foundation on the Goodwood estate in West Sussex is beautifully inspiring in so many ways. Nestled in 26…

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