Danish designer Norm Architects has taken both Scandinavian and Japanese design to create this collaborative space of gallery and workspace for Kinfolk magazine’s offices in Copenhagen. With a palette of wood and rendered walls in an understated organic tone which creates a simple and homey environment that feels like your living room rather then an office space.
The front end of the space is my absolute favorite with its full big glass windows where natural light streams in and fills the room in sunlight.
"Much like human well being, the essence of our work is found in balance – between richness and restraint, between order and complexity, our vision is to look beyond sight. We want to create spaces that feel good in every way. “ said Norm Architects in an article on Dezeen.
I am obsessing with all the bespoke wooden elements in the space, (those desks!) which are made from Dinesen oak and give a natural warmth to the space. Some of this Pinterest worthy lighting is from Swedish designer Jonas Wagell, these simple lamps with a concrete base and a brass dimmer switch (I die). They sourced many of these great pieces from Danish furniture brand Menu.