Now you can check short flick-throughs of each book in our web bookshop, or just visit our homepage on Vimeo to catch them all!
We are very proud to present to you this interview published in the Jyllands Posten on the 14th of July, written by the journalist Astrid Ellemo. Our founder Marianne Ibler has showed a glimpse of her own home in Aarhus and shared her aesthetic philosophy —— ´We have to follow the time without giving up the past´.
The interview emphasizes Marianne´s opinion on how to keep a balance between the modern and the heritage from the past. Especially the art of restructuring and remoldingin design and architecture has become a more important topic over time. Reusing a structure and changing the purpose of architecture requires a high level of professionalism. This is also going to be partly a subject in our upcoming new book News in Nordic Architecture – Space + Interior, which will be launched in September.
We want to introduce our new interns Yujia and Lena who are going to be part of our marketing department for the following 6 months!
Yujia lived in China before, but now she is doing a master´s degree in University of Copenhagen. Lena is a student of Business Administration from Austria. She just arrived in Denmark and is totally ready to start her new life in Aarhus.
Let’s welcome them!
The baroque book shop
We continue our trip in Porto, at the visit to the over 100 year old book shop Lello e Irmão. Founded by the brothers José and António Lello in 1906, the book shop is famously know world wide for its incredible fantasy like charm. As the centerpiece in the bookshop is the charismatic staircase, that leads you to the second floor, with magnificent views of the beautiful stained glass window with the families motto ‘Decus in labore’ – which means ‘dedication to the work’. This is truly a stop worth while for any kind of book lover.
Perfectly patterned tiles
Archipress M went on a small study trip to beautiful Porto in Portugal, from which we want to share some inspiring moment from. We will start by zooming in on one of the very distinctive characteristics from Porto: beautiful patterned tiles.