A big fat coffee-table book for anyone living in Copenhagen (or in love with it from afar) who considers themself a foodie. Mad About Copenhagen celebrates the madness of Copenhagen’s food scene via portraits, personal stories, essays and a few recipes thrown in for good measure.
Lay it proudly on your coffee table, curl up in bed with it, read to your grandchildren, or use it as a hipster prop for all your future Instagram posts.
Copenhagen Style Guide
Sparkling waterways, world-famous interiors and friendly well-dressed people on bicycles-welcome to Copenhagen, capital of Denmark, and home to the Danes, the happiest people on earth. Copenhagen effortlessly combines the latest trends in fashion, design, furnishings and architecture with a refreshingly relaxed approach to life. And, while this is a city that enjoys an international reputation […]235 SEK
Architecture - Art - Cityguide - Design - Food & Drink
Curated Copenhagen (Oak – The Nordic Journal)
Curated Copenhagen presents our ongoing conversation with the city and celebrates the females who are cultivating its creativity. Intimate portraits of the Danish capital’s female pioneers are accompanied by a refined selection of our favourite places in Copenhagen crafted by female visionaries. These recommendations are complemented by an exploration of Copenhagen’s emblems, paired with an […]125 SEK
Cityguide - Travel
The Monocle Travel Guide Series – Copenhagen
Bicycles. Mid-century modern furniture. New Nordic cuisine. These are likely to be some of the first things that spring to mind when you think of Copenhagen. And with good reason: Denmark’s capital really is filled with design-savvy people with chic homes who are only a quick pedal from some of the world’s finest restaurants. But […]195 SEK
Cityguide - Travel
LOST iN – Copenhagen
The bridge between Europe and Scandinavia, Copenhagen stands at the vanguard of all the trends making the northern countries shine. The cradle of the new continental approach to fine dining, it has also absorbed its hippy credentials into fresh interpretations of sustainability. And the community of half a million has produced a disproportionate output in […]139 SEK