Highlights include; design entrepreneurs Mette and Rolf Hay, rebel chef Christian Puglisi’s pioneering new destination the Farm of Ideas, Tina Seidenfaden Busck’s reimagined design gallery, The Apartment, and Maria Foerlev of Etage Project on the power of curation – alongside cult craft beer microbrewery Mikkeller and mischievous Danish art trio Superflex. Volume eight brings together the Nordic protagonists who are bravely venturing into uncharted territory, while uncovering the creative practices that allow innovation to thrive in the north.
The highly collectible bookazine also presents a bound-in design insert, that delves into the stories of heritage brands in the Nordic world. By charting relationships around craftsmanship, tradition and a deep appreciation for quality and material, Oak uncovers the DNA of innovative Nordic companies and designers who continue to push the boundaries of creativity.
Oak – The Nordic Journal celebrates inspiring people and the finer things in life. A biannual magazine with themed issues that offers an intelligent perspective on the distinctive Nordic way of life. Featuring ambitious journalism and photography, Oak showcases visionary people through an insight into their life, ideas and spaces.
Format 30,5 x 23,5 cm, 184 pages, hardcover