Oak, The Nordic Journal Volume 7 (the Design Issue) is out now. Since the first issue, Oak - The Nordic Journal has continually set a benchmark for originality through ambitious journalism and photography about the Nordic region. The seventh issue of Oak explores the power of conversation to spark new ideas and creative collaborations within the design field, and beyond. The new issue brings together visionaries for insightful conversations, while examining how the Nordic design tradition engages in a lively dialogue with its legacy and with the next generation of innovators. Highlights include; Henrik Vibskov and the Mindcraft 17 artists and designers, Olafur Eliasson and Anders Byriel (CEO Kvadrat), Jan Gehl, and much more.
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.
Format 30,5 x 23,5 cm, 184 pages, plastic sleeve
Available Mid/End of April 2017
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