Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Dome of Visions {Copenhagen pages}

I always love exploring new things, and when I first saw the Dome of Visions - I knew I had to know more. Situated next to the Black Diamond Library in Copenhagen Harbour, it is indeed a Dome which was built as a project to envision how we can create buildings that are both sustainable in the broadest sense, and simultaneously energy-optimised. I went there with the girls and the Mr. and we all loved it. It has a special ambience inside, a calm tranquil atmosphere, and then it is beyond beautiful being able to look out, and get the perfect view of Copenhagen Harbour. I'd like to go back on a rainy day too - just to hear the raindrops on the glass roof. 
If you fancy knowing more, and for a list of upcoming events look here. What do you think? Don't you just love the architectural design of this. Absolutely fantastically FAB!!
Anya Jensen Photography

Anya Jensen Photography

Anya Jensen Photography

Anya Jensen Photography

Anya Jensen Photography

Anya Jensen Photography

The Dome of Visions project is about putting action into words and following through on new ideas in construction and urban thinking and planing. The dome is intended specially to inspire and to challenge regarding the solutions for the climate challenges to come.



Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Vases galore

Spring has Sprung, and I love to bring a bit of the outside inside - and the best way to do that is fresh flowers in cool vases. Housedoctor has an amazing selection, so if you need a vase you know where to go. Hope you had a marvellous few day off for Easter. Have a great week!
Cool metals - adds a bit of glamour to your home
 Glass vases are hot right now
 Ceramic  are beautiful - you can also try and find some on the flea market
  Add ambience to a corner with more vases in a similar style
 Ceramic pieces make for a cool tableaux
Get the table set with beautiful blooms and beautiful vases

Sunday, 20 April 2014

Out and about

This Easter weekend has been absolutely amazing. The Weather is perfect with temperatures reaching around 18* C - which is warm for April(and Denmark:). As usual we were out exploring. I made the little ladies walk, and walk, and walk. So when it was time for refreshment we enjoyed a delicious smoothie from McDonald's - made with real fruit puree and low fat yoghurt.  As they are building a new Metro in Copenhagen, the whole place is a building site. Cleverly though, they try and beautify the green walls with different decorations. This here is called 'Happy wall', with movable tiles so you can 'draw' what you like. Hope you're having  a marvellous Easter weekend.




This is a sponsored post for Smoothies  - the opinions are mine entirely