Archives exhibition during Stockholm design week 2020
Hannah Trickett | Scandinavian interiors + lifestyle blog
by Hannah
3y ago
The Archives exhibition at Stockholm’s National Archive gallery during Stockholm design week 2020. Curated by Hanna Nova Beatrice (who was very busy that year curating multiple spaces) and styled by Annaleena Leino. This exhibition brought four brands together from Denmark and Japan, Le Klint, Friends and Founders, Ariake and 2016/ Arita. ‘The Old National Archive in Stockholm, by architect Axel Fredrik Nyström, was built in 1890 and is one of the first purpose built archive buildings in Europe’ – via Le Klint A dramatic exhibition with cohesive elements of detail, craftsmanship, simplicity a ..read more
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Ted Space an artful curation
Hannah Trickett | Scandinavian interiors + lifestyle blog
by Hannah
3y ago
Former Editor of Residence magazine Hanna Nova Beatrice curated Ted Space, a contemporary art gallery in a beautiful Stockholm apartment. Styled by the ever so creative Kråkvik & D’Orazio studio, Alessandro D’Orazio and Jannicke Kråkvik. The selection of pieces were a combination of art pieces, furniture, lighting sculpture and objecst by Frama, A.part, Lotta Agaton, Matti Carlson, Folkform, Jenny Nordberg and many more. A breathtaking exhibition and sanctuary from the craziness that is Stockholm design week. All Photography/images © Hannah Trickett The post Ted Space an artful curation a ..read more
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Stockholm Furniture Fair 2020, thoughts and what’s next for 2021
Hannah Trickett | Scandinavian interiors + lifestyle blog
by Hannah
3y ago
*tl:dr, Opinion piece. Sorry to Stockholmassan and the Stockholm Furniture fair, I do love you, but. It all started out so optimistic didn’t it? 2020 was going to be an awesome year. To kick off the year Stockholm design week. Who knew what would happen next? A damn global pandemic. Then as we knew it 2020 got cancelled. Nevertheless, the design world did get to enjoy Stockholm Design Week in a normal sense. As I think back, I’ve been in a constant state of brain fog as soon as the lockdown began in March 2020 (here in Denmark). I’m sure I’m not alone with this.Just as I was about to write ab ..read more
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Inspired by nature | Georg Jensen Christmas Collection 2020
Hannah Trickett | Scandinavian interiors + lifestyle blog
by Hannah
3y ago
AD – paid in collaboration with Georg Jensen for their stunning Christmas Collection 2020 by Sanne Lund Traberg Georg Jensen’s annual Christmas decorations have retuned. For this year’s Christmas collection Designer Sanna Lund Traberg references Georg Jensen’s historical work and style of the Art Nouveau period. This was combined with observing frozen nature in her wintry nordic garden and the works of early 20th century photographer Karl Blossfeldt. And while I haven’t quite got into the Christmas spirit decorating my home I spent this time looking into the details of these pieces. I was ins ..read more
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Blacksmith ceramics, Hannah Blackall-Smith
Hannah Trickett | Scandinavian interiors + lifestyle blog
by Hannah
3y ago
Oh how Instragam can connect you with the most wonderful people. I became instagram friends with Hannah Blackall-Smith while bonding over being expats in Denmark. Where to go in Copenhagen, some cool ceramics we both admired etc. I’ve always been drawn to pottery since my uni years. Finding someone in Copenhagen that was doing it professionally and a Brit, I just knew I had to meet. Essentially after seeing pictures of Hannah’s work, Blacksmith ceramics, I just knew that I needed to see them in real life. And at a ‘Keramik Market’ we finally met! Hannah’s work is tactile, honest, rustic and s ..read more
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It’s all in the details. New additions to the Bernadotte collection for Georg Jensen
Hannah Trickett | Scandinavian interiors + lifestyle blog
by Hannah
3y ago
ad – in collaboration with Georg Jensen for the Bernadotte collection. Autumn 2020 sees new additions to the Bernadotte collection for Georg Jensen. A contemporary series inspired by the work of the Swedish designer, Sigvard Bernadotte (1907- 2002).From the very beginning of Bernadotte’s collaboration with Georg Jensen the designs were representative of their time. This collection beautifully captures the soft curves and femininity of the Art Deco period together with the straight lines and functionality of early Scandinavian Functionalism. Georg Jensen Press release – “The new additions incl ..read more
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Watching from the sidelines – Reshaping my business and relationship with social media
Hannah Trickett | Scandinavian interiors + lifestyle blog
by Hannah
3y ago
disclaimer; a long blog post that I started long ago. A result from over analysing social media, confusion, frustration and venting. enjoy! I don’t know about you but over the past year or two I’ve been finding the noise of social media all too much. It feels CONSTANT and somewhat repetitive, narcissistic, fake yet weirdly it holds a presence in our lives. I realise that I may have slammed the industry I work in but you must admit that the volume is at an all time high. It can be overwhelming, bad for our mental health, influence for bad and not good and silence voices that may not seem to be ..read more
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Norwegian architecture and design firm Snøhetta create the Terra collection for Georg Jensen
Hannah Trickett | Scandinavian interiors + lifestyle blog
by Hannah
4y ago
ad – the Terra collection is a paid collaboration with Georg Jensen. Craftsmanship and design I truly love Norwegian architecture and firm Snøhetta have collaborated with Georg Jensen delivering chic green living to the brand. Perfect for the modern gardener. The nine piece collection made from stainless steel and terracotta are designed to be used inside and out. The Terra collection has that visibly soft aesthetic, organic with an industrial edge. Inspired organic forms found in nature, the undulating waves and reflective flow of water. With subtle forms that are wider base for beauty but m ..read more
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Ad – As the summer light fades, I’m thinking about lighting. Illumination that brings function and style to the home (nest.co.uk)
Hannah Trickett | Scandinavian interiors + lifestyle blog
by Hannah
4y ago
*ad | in partnership with nest.co.uk The summer light is fading, and quickly may I add. The growing shadows in my home only highlight how important lighting is. When we moved into this house in Denmark it had no lights. Well, only those for the kitchen and bathroom. All other ceilings and walls were blank, no ceiling roses, just a few strange squares in the wall (I’ll tell you about that later). Apparently this is common in Denmark. You add lighting in the rooms to suit your needs. I like that idea. It’s personal, makes sense thinking back to the London town house I lived in with 24 spot ligh ..read more
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Copenhagen’s Botanical Gardens
Hannah Trickett | Scandinavian interiors + lifestyle blog
by Hannah
4y ago
Stepping in to Copenhagen’s Botanical gardens. A treasure in the centre of the city. A place of tranquility so very close to the bustling area surrounding Nørreport station. While entering the gardens the noise is silenced and grey streets turn into luscious greenery where wildlife quietly inhabit’s the lake and surrounding land. Over looking the 10 hectares of space sits the ‘Palm house’ dates back to 1874, filled with beautiful palms and botanical delights. It’s the largest Botanical garden in Denmark and in truth it’s a small Kew Gardens (London) but no less impressive. A place to visit to ..read more
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