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Isangs. The body shop that cares.


I’ve long been looking for a place in Copenhagen that aligns with my plastic-free dogma. Well, I finally found it. It’s a little place called Isangs. Laura and I found it while stumbling along Istedsgade. The shop specializes in body care products and has a salt of the earth ambiance with two awesome owners who Continue Reading →

Louisiana, Museum of Modern Art


For this post we’re stepping a little bit outside of sustainability and a little bit outside of Copenhagen. Suck it up. We visited Louisiana this Sunday and it was absolutely magnificent. I’ll tell you all about this wonder of a museum with fine architecture in Humlebaek, Denmark. The museum was originally an estate and is Continue Reading →

Finders Keepers. The design market in Copenhagen.


Sustainability often means buying directly from a producer. Well, here’s a chance to do exactly that. Finders Keepers is a design market that is held a few times per year, and brings together producers of all kinds. Here you’ll find art, fashion, and even furniture. Laura and I went and were immediately met by a Continue Reading →

Nørrebro Bryghus. The CO2 neutral brewery with tasty beer and great ambiance.


Beer is one of my favorite beverages and coincidentally a large part of Danish culture. Whether it’s cold, hot, sunshine or overcast there’s always time for a beer and most Dane’s would agree. Laura and I have been checking out places that have good variety on tap and preferably brew themselves. Naturally, we stumbled upon Continue Reading →

Torvehallerne, Copenhagen


When it comes to food, quality is important. One of the best places I’ve found in Copenhagen is Torvehallerne. A place where organic, ecological food is plenty and artisans of all sort are willing to show you their goods and give you samples. Originally established in 1889, it was Copenhagen’s vegetable market until 1958, it was renovated Continue Reading →