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Friday Inspiration # 6

Friday Inspiration # 6

Friday inspiration # 6 It’s the 1st of March, and the sun is shining in Copenhagen. We can feel Spring is coming, which brings up happy memories of spending time outdoors with friends and family. So today just a simple but happy reminder that things will soon be turning green again! What are you looking...
Friday inspiration # 5

Friday inspiration # 5

Friday Inspiration # 5 This week another thought about sustainability and design. We believe that when you buy a product, you don’t only get the pleasure of using it you also share the responsibility for it’s before- and afterlife. So look for brands that offer transparancy about their production methods, so you know what you...
Ten Virtues for the Modern Age

Ten Virtues for the Modern Age

  I am a big fan of the work by Alain de Botton. He writes essayistic books that are often described as a ‘philosophy of everyday life.’ They cover contemporary subjects and themes, that link philosophy to things we all tend to care about; like careers, relationships and travels. In his latest book Religion for Atheists,...
Make Virtual Tours With The World Wonders Project

Make Virtual Tours With The World Wonders Project

Craving for exotic adventures, but in lack of money? With Google’s World Wonders Project, you can now make virtual tours through famous monuments and other world wonders. This new guide gives you an interactive, 360-degree image of some of the worlds most beautiful places, and let you click through them. A great tool for dreaming...
HOW CITY LIFE CHANGES THE WAY OUR BRAIN WORKS

HOW CITY LIFE CHANGES THE WAY OUR BRAIN WORKS

A new series of behavioral studies offers in interesting insight on the effects of urban living on the human brain. A group of British psychologists reports that people who live in cities have a reduced power to pay attention compared to people from remote areas. With so much going on around them, people living in cities...
FRIDAY INSPIRATION # 4

FRIDAY INSPIRATION # 4

A weekly update of an inspiring thought, we would like to share with you. In light of valentine’s day, we would like to share a loving thought with you. It’s from one of the sweetest songs by Cat Stevens, called ‘Don’t be Shy’.
Tiny Lego-style appartment

Tiny Lego-style appartment

I felt very inspired by this tiny lego-style appartment in Barcelona. It was designed by architect Barbara Appolloni and is only 24 square meter. Her inspiration came from space-saving furniture on boats and the clean lines from small Japanese houses. The kitchen, toilet and cubboards are all hidden behind a wooden wall, which makes the...
Friday Inspiration # 3

Friday Inspiration # 3

A weekly update of an inspiring thought, we would like to share with you. This week a thought on sustainability and fashion. We all love our clothes, but the fact is that the fashion industry is one of the most polluting and human rights violating industries in the world. It is only 2 months ago,...
Friday Inspiration # 2

Friday Inspiration # 2

A weekly update of an inspiring thought, we would like to share with you.  
FRIDAY INSPIRATION

FRIDAY INSPIRATION

EXPO AT SCHUBLADEN IN BERLIN

EXPO AT SCHUBLADEN IN BERLIN

In Schubladen, a lovely design store in Kreuzberg, is now showing the first Hanemaai solo exhibition. Presented are the ‘My Infinite Home Tool’ suitcases and a new video work from the ‘Stories From Around The Globe’ project. Because I would like to see what my products could means to others, I visit people from all over the...
EXPO AT THE BAUHAUS ARCHIV

EXPO AT THE BAUHAUS ARCHIV

Together with the other nominees for the DMY AWARDS, that took place earlier this year, Hanemaai has been asked to present her work at the Bauhaus Archiv in Berlin. The exhibition ‘Awards & Jury Selection’ of the DMY festival shows innovative projects, experimental prototypes and unique design objects, by young designers from all over the...