Hot Spots in Copenhagen

Hot Spots in Copenhagen

The Daily Scandinavian Team has explored hot spots in Copenhagen together with local friends to find out where to stay, where to eat and...

Aarhus – European Capital of Culture 2017

Hip bars, plenty of hygge and daring design, Aarhus - European Capital of Culture 2017, Denmark’s second largest city, invites visitors to be happy...

Christmas in Denmark’s City of Smiles

Aarhus is a fine alternative to a Copenhagen weekend. The city has also been appointed European Capital of Culture 2017, but has so far...

Salty Scandinavian Inspiration in Hong Kong

Inspired by Scandinavia, the seafood restaurant Salt Recipes in Hong Kong is fully furnished by Normann Copenhagen to match their cuisine with a Scandinavian...

Daily Scandinavian – New Website Design

We are thrilled to finally launch our new website design! Why a new look and feel to our site? To put it bluntly, the...
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14 Funny Facts about Scandinavia

Usually Scandinavia is associated with winter sports and fjords; countries inhabited by tall, statuesque blondes and Vikings.  Yet there is so much more to...
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Legendary Mathieu Matêgot Flirting with Danish Interior Designers

Mathieu Matêgot’s Organic Forms Presented by the Danish Interior Design Company Gubi.   Mathieu Matégot's lightness of touch created a sense of joy and was...

Norwegian Designer Makes Traditionally Knitted Reading Lamps

Cosy Concept is all about going back in time, use old handicraft techniques and old patterns to give them a modern look. With traditional...

Almost Forgotten Norwegian Romantic Painter Exhibits in National Gallery, London

When the prestigious National Gallery in London exhibits the Norwegian landscape painter Peder Balke as a modernistic pioneer it is quite an event. In 1992...

New designs by Norwegian interior designer Andreas Engesvik

The Norwegian interior designer Andreas Engesvik’s  studio is working in various fields of design ranging from furniture and tableware to industrial design for various international clients such as Iittala,...

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