Founded in 2005, we published ‘KBH Magazine’ monthly for five and a half years before transforming ourselves into a communications agency.
The magazine’s main topic was the unusual hybrid of urban culture and urban planning in Copenhagen, the basic idea being that urban planning has as much impact on our lives as cultural life does. What can we do? How can we live? Where can we go? What do things look like on the way there?
The aim was to open the reader’s eyes to their surroundings and make more people interested in, and informed about, what their city had to offer.
As always, we put the recipient first and worked from an understanding of how he or she would wish such information to be presented. The answer, as almost always, being easy to comprehend, full of imagery and relating all information to the reader’s own life, thereby making it relevant.
The magazine became hugely popular keeping a steady print run of around 32,000 monthly copies as well as winning several awards.
Renewing a corporate yearly report — engaging a much wider audience
Waremakers is an ambitious project targeting a global market — with special emphasis put on the EU.
Streets.dk is a platform targeted at the Danish street sport community and potential members of it.