HÅNDværk bookazine is a new biannual magazine about crafts and design.
HÅNDværk bookazine has a global outlook from a Scandinavian perspective.
Facts about HÅNDværk bookazine:
Topics: crafts and design
Contents: interviews, feature articles, inspiration
Format: biannual advertising-free bookazine
Languages: Danish and English
Size: 215 x 280 mm (softback) approximately 150 pages
Paper: 150 g
Recommended retail price: DKK 170 – SEK 240 – EUR 23
Publication date: vol. 1, no 1 is released on 31 October 2019 with the theme ‘at the table with crafts’
Vol. 2, no 1 is released on 30 March 2020 and deals with the ‘soft matter’ of textiles – in the home as well as in fashion
In no 1, Rigetta Klint speaks with gallery owners, craft makers, industrial designers and architects, including Chris Liljenberg Halstrøm, who oversaw the renovation of the beach hotel Svinkløv Badehotel, and Josephine Akvama Hoffmeyer, who is the driving force behind FILE under POP. Josephine has designed five colour cards exclusively for the readers of HÅNDværk bookazine.
Vol. 1 also brings you interviews with an oyster fisherman, the owner of a micro-cheese dairy, a lemon grower and a ceramicist.
HÅNDværk bookazine also contains still life photos of mainly Scandinavian craft and design products.
At the back of the bookazine is an overview of the more than 80 companies covered in this issue.