Collected is an online magazine and a platform for my notes and photographs. Focused on art, design and travel.
TRAVEL This section explores places I’ve been and places I liked. Includes everything from a personal notes, moods, photo essays to lists of advices and recommendations I would give to my friends.
ART A random selection of pieces / installations I saw and found them inspirational. Including some of my favourite artists and little essays about them.
LIFESTYLE In fact, everything which didn’t fit in ‘travel’ and ‘art’ cathegory. My photo essays, notes.
CURATED Curated list of things I liked, watched, read. Mood boards, wishlists. Little bits and pieces, which made me dream.
Smell of spices and dust. Hectic, unorganised, chaotic. This heavy atmosphere infiltrates your mind. Makes you feel awake, changes your pace.
Budapest, charming capital of Hungary.
Kamppi, A Chapel of Silence in Helsinki, in the middle of the busy central square.
Photo essay about simple geometrics at El Bahia Palace in Marrakesh, Morocco.
Nusa Lembogan, little island near Bali.
The Barr, beer place and restaurant on the famous address of former Noma.
Situated on top of a small hill in ordinary residential area of Bispebjerg Bakke is a monumental church in size of a cathedral.
A little guide to Copenhagen.
Venice is a city of ambivalences, duality and masks. It is a year-round open scenery for 16.5 million tourists.
Alison Brooks Architects and their ‘Recasting’ installation for the 2018 Venice Biennale.
Mishima Tentou and his collection of drawings, book “Line Style”.
#Anothergenerosity installation at my all-time favourite Nordic Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2018
Rapture by Camille Norment at Nordic Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2015
The group of works called "Possible Result Of A Crafty Noise" by a Kristen Ortwed, an artist based in Copenhagen at her first solo Berlin exhibition.
I love a half glass of wine, a shallow fragrant pool at the bottom of the bowl.
Christmas. That special time of the year when I feel like drinking egg liquor.
Portrait of a plant N°2. Another lazy afternoon and one nice plant.
I wish all benches would look like this. Alvaro Siza, Evasão . Venice Biennale 2018 .
A photo essay about one of my plants. Taken one lazy Sunday afternoon.
A photo essay about beds in Bali. White, soft, luminescent tents.
“I’ve always loved oils…and little unknown things that I’ve never heard of. “ - Linda Rodin
A monochrome black kitchen in bamboo by Ask og Eng.
the forgotten accessorise.
A dream house of Xavier Corberó - “If You Get The Scale Right, Space Stops Being Space to Become Mind”
Fluid, bold and beautiful paintings by Carolline Walls, her home and story.
Faye Toogood and her “assamblages” - collections which explores shapes and materials.
Exibition Family by Ana Kras and Natalie Weinemberg - collection of pencil drawings and corresponding objects.