THE ARCHITECT ZAHA HADID

                                             Edited by Kristin Bae Mysen The famous Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid died 31st of March this year, and I had to make this collage as a tribute to one of my favorite architects. I discovered […]

THOSE 80s

Photo: Kristin Bae Mysen In a vintage store in Oslo the other day I stumbled over these skinny leather ties from the 80s. So fun to see them again, and I had to buy them right away. I remember very clearly that I gave a turquoise one as a birthday gift to a friend at […]

MY ROOM FROM THE 70s

The 1970s were an interesting time for style and design. I was a teenager at that time, and remember with joy my new decorated room. A brown corduroy sofa and chair, a green table next to a couple of orange plastic furniture. From the ceiling a macramé with a green plant, and on the brown […]

FALL ‘EN IN LOVE

Photo: Kristin Bae Mysen I am in love with this time of the year. Picking red, juicy apples from the trees and mushroom from the forests. Planting tulip bulbs and spending the whole afternoon stacking woods.    For more inspiration, watch this! Or buy the great book by Lars Mytting  “Hel ved” (Norwegian version) from here […]

LATE SEPTEMBER THERAPY

Photo: Kristin Bae Mysen I do love this time of the year. To work in the garden with the smell of autumn in the air, and little by little preparing my garden for the change of season. In Scandinavia at the moment the flowers have their last blooming, and all the leaves are turning red, orange and […]

LET US GO BY THIS !

The Cardamom Law You shall never bother others you shall be both fair and kind, and whatever else you do  I shall not mind. In this complicated world I tend to believe in simple truths like this law written by the constable Bastian in the town of Cardamom from the famous children’s book When the Robbers […]

HUNG UP ON PHONES!

Photo: Kristin Bae Mysen Hung up on phones! The turquoise from student life way back in time, and the red one found at a market in Sweden this summer. Now one is seated in my office and the other one in my living room.