It's no secret that I'm a huge fan of Studio Esinam, whose beautiful architectural prints I introduced you to in this post. I get so much enjoyment from my Paris Landmarks and Stockholm Elevations prints, and by the number of people who ask me about them on social media, I'm clearly not alone. So when co-founder Josefine Lilljegren told me news of the newly released København Elevations and Landmarks prints I knew I had to share. The prints, which are in a limited edition of 1000 pay homage to the architecture of Denmark's capital. A city that I long to travel to, and the home of so many designers and design studios who I feature here on the blog, these prints hold a special place in my heart!
Both posters feature the signature Studio Esinam simple line drawings and depict Copenhagen’s ornate 18th century grandeur and its pared-back Modernism that evolved 250 years later. This includes the repetitive facade of the Danmarks Nationalbank, designed by the country’s most celebrated Modernist architect, Arne Jacobsen. You can find out more about the architectural buildings featured in the prints here. To see some of the beautiful photography shot during a visit to the Danish capital by Studio Esinam prior to the release of the prints, take a look here and here.
Understated and elegant, I love the all-white styling of the beautiful monochrome København prints. To see the full range and to shop online with free worldwide shipping, take a look here.
Images courtesy of Studio Esinam