Object MattersWe asked seven of Copenhagen’s creative leaders to share the stories behind their most precious possessions.

Object MattersWe asked seven of Copenhagen’s creative leaders to share the stories behind their most precious possessions.

“When you grow up in Scandinavia, light is important because you have so little of it”

Silas Adler (Image 1) — Co-founder and creative director of Danish fashion brand Soulland Silas Adler lusted after Marcel Breuer’s Wassily Chair long before his girlfriend gave it to him as a housewarming gift. In Silas’ home, the chair not only serves as an iconic Bauhaus piece but has also become a refuge. “Our home isn’t full of clutter so it feels like everything really has its place and gets a lot of attention. For me, the chair has become a spot where you can reflect because you can’t see the TV from it. Obviously, you can sit on it and look at your phone, but it’s more of a place where you take a book, sit down and try to focus. That’s really what I love about it.”

Kwamie Liv (Images 2 and 3) — Musician Kwamie Liv’s belongings are reflective of the two const...

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