Faroe Islands and the life around Restaurant Koks

A very very humble thank you to all who helped me in this project. 
Visit Faroe Island
Restaurant Koks
Hotel Foroyar
Atlantic Airways
And a special thank you to Karin Visth for taking good care of me!


Hansen - relaunching a classic

Had the enormous pleasure of working together with John and Michael, father and son, who together have relaunched the granddads furniture from the 50's. The've modernised them with beautiful colours and soft wool. Everything as handmade, with care attention to detail, and I am already hugely in love with mine.

They have just launched their site and webshop - check it our right here - and get one before your neighbour! 

Photo: Chris Tonnesen
Images are subject to Copyright


Moebe - Copenhagen Design Brand

MOEBE is a scandinavian design brand based in Copenhagen, 
founded by cabinetmaker Anders Thams and architect Martin D. Christensen.

At MOEBE we design, we produce and we keep things simple. 
The world is complex enough allready - we won't contribute further.
We focus on the essentials, try to stay curios
and keep our thoughts analogue. We strive to reduce our designs to their most
simple forms. Thereby creating intuituve and honest products.

At MOEBE we're convinced that this is how we best carry on
our proud scandinavian design traditions - and push on towards
new discoveries.

Photo: Chris Tonnesen
Images are subject to Copyright


Copenhagen Food - KOKS

Photographed at Restaurant Koks for the current edition of Copenhagen Food


Moebe - Creative danish wood designs!

Moebe consists of carpenter Anders and architects Martin. They rethink simple wood designs and make products that break with the classics. Clever designs, creative thinking and sustainability! Cant wait to get a few frames for my own home!

Photo: Chris Tonnesen - www.christonnesen.com
Designs by: Moebe - www.moebe.dk
Styling: Ida Lærke - www.idalaerke.com


Fra Mord til Bord #2

(read: From Murder to Table)

Some of my very best food friendly friends are making noise. They are trying to tell people where food/meat/beverages comes from, who makes them and why things such as seasonality, location and transparency are at the very core of what is imortant to us, our planet and the animals consume.

They held a pop-up restaurant to put focus on it. Animals was slaughtered and their heads served. Blood was spilled (into sausages and the dessert) and a graveyard in the center of Copenhagen was raided for herbs).

All in all, we had a fantastic night and we all got a little bit brighter and aware of what is going on around us!

FMTB is: Rødder, Martin Guf, Teitur Christensen and Martin Marko