DESIGN / RETAIL
New Helsinki flagship store’s carbon footprint diminished by 15% with proprietary process
CK One becomes the first fragrance to achieve Cradle to Cradle Certified Gold level
SCIENCE / FASHION
Mounid creates ink colour for textiles with microalgae — and it’s safer for everyone
Interactive installation invites people to experience three utopian, ”ideal” cities in 2040
Transition Labs partners with Running Tide to sustainably remove carbon from the atmosphere
IKEA creates urban temporary forest to explore how a city can face future challenges
Sympatex partners with PUMA on an innovative approach to recycled polyester-based materials
INSIGHTS / MATERIAL INNOVATIONS
”We plan to use a fermentation process with specific bacteria to create bio-ethanol”
Andreas Ackerup – Caught in the moment
His photography is direct, reality-based and always has a strong sense of presence. In this film Andreas invites us to his home with open arms. Exploring the rules of creativity.
Rehearsing the future
In the quest of seamlessly infusing tech into our lifestyles, Isabelle Olsson is nothing short of a luminary one. Her work as Design Director at Google comes with the responsibility of humanising all of the tech giant’s hardware. As the internet of things is connecting our homes, Olsson doesn’t want you to notice it.
The founder of Teenage Engineering opens up to his creative space
Jesper Kouthoofd envisioned living in a one-room apartment without any money. But life wanted something different for the Swedish ad-man and founder of music-tech company Teenage Engineering. We were granted an exclusive audience in Kouthoofd’s 18th-century house in Stockholm.