Danish studio Norm Architects designed a European office space for Kinfolk magazine in central Copenhagen. The welcoming atmosphere embodies qualities of a well-curated home and reaffirms Kinfolk’s commitment to considered living, warm minimalism and community gatherings.
Delving deeply into home, work, style and culture, leading slow lifestyle magazine Kinfolk promotes quality of life since 2011. So it is not surprising that Norm Architects developed the concept for Kinfolk’s European headquarters (the independent publication was founded in Portland, Oregon) in close dialogue with Kinfolk’s co-founder/editor-in-chief Nathan Willams.
The entire location is divided into three zones that progressively increase in privacy, starting from the entry. The first space is multifunctional and designed to host exhibitions, dinners, workshops etc. The area also functions as a collaborative