Fare #12 Copenhagen

Fare aspires to follow connecting stories at the heart of a city's culture.

Each issue of Fare revolves around a single city wherein readers are guided through town by locals: down backstreets, and through forgotten histories, to local institutions and diverse neighborhoods—meeting amazing individuals, and learning more about the local food than just its taste. Our magazine is meant to excite and inspire, but also to introduce the reader to a richly complex city. Instead of a directory or guide to “it” or trendy places, our magazine concludes with a glossary of locally important terms, histories, and figures mentioned throughout the issue.

Each issue of Fare also includes a glossary of local terms, a helpful reference point for readers as they delve into the exoticism of a new culture and city.

In Fare Issue #12: Copenhagen

In this issue we explore how Copenhagen progressed into the city it is today, and its status as one of the most exciting culinary destinations in Europe. From world-class bakeries to Michelin-star restaurants, refined plates of smørrebrød to late-night flæskesteg sandwiches, in this issue we explore both the “cool” and the classic in the Danish capital.

We also journey into the city's most unique creative spaces, such as the Flora Danica workshop, where a small handful of artisans create some of the world's most precious porcelain by hand, or the noma test kitchen, where a talented team develops all of the dishes for the renowned restaurant.

It’s easy to fall in love with Copenhagen, a picturesque harbourside city that innovates with modern comforts, community living, and creative expression.

From swims at the pier to cosy candlelit afternoons, evenings spent cycling down sleepy historic streets, or rounds of Danish snaps and games at the bodega, Copenhagen always manages to match the mood and the moment.

200 pages of full-colour photographs, illustrations, original articles, interviews and essays

170mm x 240 mm, lithographically printed on Arctic matt and Cyclus Offset stock; perfect bound