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In the News: Stockholm’s new, elite workspaceFebruary 24, 2017
This new work space in Stockholm is so chic, it was featured in Vogue this week.
Its aesthetic is inspired by Scandinavian design, down to the picnic-style tables designed by last year’s winner of the Building of the Year Award for the KTH School of Architecture. Members can reserve a seat, book the recording studio and eat locally-sourced, seasonal food.
Also in the news.
Ciders are for all seasons
Ciders aren’t just light and fruity summertime drinks. These dry, rich and barrel-aged Swedish ciders pair perfectly with winter meals, according to this New York Times food writer.
And if you’re looking for a tasty Swedish cider to try here in the States, look no further than Rekorderlig.
Party like the Swedes
According to a worldwide study by booking site Hostelworld of more than 12,000 people, Gothenburg is the best city to party. The Guardian story highlighted Gothenburg had the highest ranking for frequency of socializing with residents likely to agree they “will use any excuse to have a party.”
Move over Zlatan, there’s a new Swedish soccer star on the rise
Alexander Isak made his debut playing in the Swedish Cup last year at the age of 16 and recently was picked up by Germany’s Borussia Dortmund in January. His former teammate told ITV that Isak will become one of the best in the world.
Another Michelin star for Sweden
Scandi-land, a restaurant in Malmö known for its Scanian (Southern Swedish) cuisine, has just received its very first double Michelin star, according to The Independent.