“The Wave” is back in Copenhagen

Featured“The Wave” is back in Copenhagen

“The Wave” by Vertigo is back. Frost 18 opened this weekend. Once again “the Wave” is a highlight of the Copenhagen Frost Festival. Last year, this 80-meter-long and 4-meter in hight installation by Vertigo on Ofelia Plads got massive international attention, and this year is no exception and is already well-visited. Continue reading ““The Wave” is back in Copenhagen”

Capturing Copenhagen in an Instant

Capturing Copenhagen in an Instant

Being on Instagram has given me some new perspectives on the city I dear so much, Copenhagen. While I am in love with the old Copenhagen, it seems that when it comes to photographically capturing the city, I have a fondness for contemporary buildings. With its clean lines and simplicity, I must say, it does do well in pictures.

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Copenhagenize – a Way of Living

Copenhagenize – a Way of Living

The Danish bicycle culture is something that for a Dane often is taken for granted. But with an experience of living abroad, I began to appreciate the city planners of Denmark. When the bike was introduced, it was considered only a means of transport. This perception changed in many countries when the car came along, but not in Denmark. For Danes, the bike was still perceived as a primary form of transportation. Continue reading “Copenhagenize – a Way of Living”

NU in Jægersborggade – Copenhagen Meets Berlin

NU in Jægersborggade – Copenhagen Meets Berlin

The little speciality shop Nu in Jægersborggade is a refreshing little shop. Its bare interior beams of bustling Berlin. In some way the location and the rustic deco is a perfect fit for Nu. The Street has in recent years undergone major changes. A huge part of the process of shaping the street into what it is today is Nu and other little speciality shops and cosy Cafes that’s popped up.

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