Soaking in the streets of København
This summer I had the opportunity to travel to København and attend workshops centered on connected products and design for inclusion at UN City. It was a great experience that allowed me to challenge myself by collaborating and sharing ideas with a diverse range of individuals on topics centered around the sustainability development goals. To summarize - my time here was well spent with fun, creative and thoughtful people.
Here's a list of a few more things from this trip:
I stayed right next to the Lakes on the street across from the busy inner city life. This is a great area to take a walk and relax by the water. There are many shops and cafes along the street where you can find inspiration for fashion, food and lifestyle. If you want to grab a beer later in the evening I would recommend stopping by a bryggerhuset on Blågarsgade or go a little further west to Mikkeller in Vesterbro.
2. Hay House
If you enjoy appreciating or shopping for Danish furniture and accessories, this is a great store to discover local products designed for modern living.
3. Europa 1989
I was lucky enough to be in København during the jazz festival in July and will forever reminisce in the wonderful memory of enjoying the summer buzz and enjoying the live music while sitting by the window with a smørrebrod and elderflower cider.