The ninth issue of Oak looks to spaces and places that inspire Nordic creativity — not just regionally, but internationally. Highlights include: art legend Olafur Eliasson on running his Berlin super studio; re-envisioning the simple summerhouse with Nordic retreats; fine jewellery designer Sophie Bille Brahe on Copenhagen’s most creative spaces; three extraordinary design homes change everything; Babba Canales on breaking new ground in NYC, and Finnish author Anu Partanen discusses how her move to the United States prompted her to think more closely about “the Nordic theory of love.” Volume 09 unites the leading names in Nordic art, design, architecture and culture and explains how where they work and live influences their art, fuels inspiration and shapes their creative habits and practices.
Release date: April 2018
Format: 9 1/2″ x 12 1/4″
Features: Full color, hardcover, 172 pages