We’ve been huge fans RUM ID Magazine after picking up our first copy during a trip to Copenhagen two years ago. Despite being entirely in Danish (with the exception of two international issues printed each year), we immediately subscribed. The styling, imagery and curation are among the absolute best of any interiors magazine on the globe.
When they asked to shoot our Brooklyn apartments and Noho studio for this year’s December issue, we were humbled. Guided by the impeccable eye of art director and stylist Pernille Vest and beautifully captured by the NY-based photographer Sarah Elliott, we couldn’t be more thrilled by the final result!
Read excerpts from the feature story below (provided by the help of Google translate), alongside a few of our favorite shots from the spread. If you’re interested in seeing more, you can visit RUM International to order a copy or subscribe!
In a classic BROWNSTONE BUILDING from the 20’s, Tariq Dixon has decorated his home with MINIMALISTIC furniture and art framed by beautiful, ORIGINAL DETAILS.
An old factory in the NoHo district of NYC forms the framework for DESIGN UNIVERSE TRNK, where home enthusiasts can experience the founders’ handpicked collection and atmospheric universe, LIVE.
A universe where furniture, accessories, and crafts from around the world meet in a sharp, curated mix focusing on contrast in shape, materials and origin.