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Hey Gents Issue 06

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In this issue, interviews include one with Swedish clothing label ASKET on the topic of ethical production and the challenges that face a fashion startup, as well as a conversation on creative inspiration, design collaborations and business with the CEO and the Design Director of Danish brand, Muuto. We visit design hotels throughout Scandinavia and beyond, including a tour of The Audo, admiring how historic buildings can be repurposed to offer enriching modern hospitality experiences. Our Drink & Dine guide to Copenhagen highlights an array of cafes, bakeries, restaurants, bars and breweries that each offer something special through a dedication to their craft.

Closer to home, we curated guides to Tasmania and the Mornington Peninsula. Then to cap things off, Australian design doesn’t go unnoticed, as we take a look inside two exceptional yet very different homes that overcome architectural challenges through careful consideration to meet the specific needs of their residents.

In this issue:

  • Drink & Dine: Copenhagen — Cafes, bakeries, restaurants, bars and breweries.
  • Interview: ASKET — Meaningful style essentials and the pursuit of less.
  • Haze House — A visually-striking, architectural home in Melbourne.
  • A MINI Guide To Tasmania — Where to eat, drink and stay.
  • A Minute With… — Q&As with creatives from around the world.
  • Staying In The Capital — A tour of design hotels across Northwestern Europe.
  • Interview: Muuto — New perspectives on Scandinavian design.
  • The List — Products we have our eye on.
  • Albert Park Terrace — An airy, light-filled home with double-height kitchen.
  • A MINI Guide To The Mornington Peninsula — Where to eat, drink and stay.
  • The Audo — A boutique hotel and creative hub in Copenhagen.

The publication is 176 pages and printed in Australia on uncoated paper that is PEFC certified from sustainably managed forests and controlled sources.