Posts tagged "Denis Sytmen"
The first time I was to winter bathe, I was very nervous. What exactly I was nervous about, I dont know, but I thought the cold water would hurt, or I would get a heart attack, and the cold water would be very very uncomfortable.
It’s no secret we love cooking, so when I was asked to make product shots of a cool little kitchen tool from Danish Rye and more, I was all fired up. Especially because it was a tool used for baking bread.
A perfect activity for the upcoming winter break.
When me and my family crossed the polar circle, around two years ago, I earned a new nickname, to mark the event. In fact the whole gang earned new nicknames. We “baptized” each other in a fire heated sauna in Lapland. So now whenever were north of the polar circle, I go by the name “NorthFox”. Denis is “FireFox” and Mika is “Sunfox”
Learn how to make a traditional nordic rose hip soup.
This video is a part of a series about how to connect with nature. It's an excerpt from our book "Luk Naturen ind - hele året" (let in nature - All year). It's about tips on how you can interact with nature, and create a relationship with it, so we all can appreciate our beautiful Blue Earth, and thus help protect it.
The silence in the snow, the contrasted colors, the landscape and the wild energy levels the dogs exhibited, gave us a incredible experience. It was like being in another kind of dimension.
We started our Easter holidays with an sprouting workshop hosted, in the private home of the founders of SWBB in central copenhagen. The workshop was lead by Anna Taws from Urban Gardening Company, our good green friends.
Snowdrops, Winter Aconite and hyacinths are starting to show up, here in Scandinavia, and we are starting to feel the good vibes of spring.
We at summer will be back, feel like inviting our friends for Easter lunches, tea in the garden or at the office, eat delicious cookies at beautiful table settings.
There is just something about japanese crafts that keeps inspiring us. The material combinations, the craftmanship, the know how and tradition, it's all part of our conception of the innate nature of japanese culture.