Event: Inspiring Future Urban Innovations Copenhagen

You can livestream the event on June 8, 17.00 - 19.00 CET here: http://ddc.dk/en/2016/06/livestream-inspiring-future-urban-innovations-copenhagen/  

Africa Reframed: visual storytelling from contemporary Africa

http://www.africareframed.com/#africareframed

On our way to Circular Economy: the African Continent

https://www.flickr.com/photos/98168367@N06/26345685293/in/album-72157667577236050/

Before even leaving the stores, OKO wins the first design award.

http://www.iconic-architecture.com/en/iconic-directory/iconicdirectory/show/Project//oko.html

Jens Martin Skibsted i Børsen: Fremtiden skal designes – ikke forudsiges

http://borsen.dk/nyheder/opinion/artikel/Fremtiden skal designes – ikke forudsiges

The new Ogojiii 6 is out!

Subscribe to the Ogojiii Magazine: http://ogojiii.com/subscribe/ Find OGOJIII in Denmark at: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art - http://www.louisiana.dk/ Cafe Depanneur - http://depanneur.dk/ African Touch - http://www.africantouch.dk/ Kihoshk - http://www.kihoskh.dk/

About OKO in Berlingske Livsstil

http://www.b.dk/mode/formel-1-paa-to-hjul

The new Biomega OKO is out

Created for ease of movement, urban transportation, and individual appeal, Biomega and KiBiSi have collaborated to produce the next evolution in commuter bikes. Smart European design and commuter technology collide with furniture design and metropolitan style – and culminate in an alternative bike paradigm. The OKO appearance takes inspiration from traditional fuel powered two wheeled motorized vehicles, whereas the OKO is fitted with a super effective (and importantly lightweight) electrical power bank instead. Bringing a state of the art and efficient E-bike to the market has been a truly international undertaking, and has tapped into talent from Denmark, France, South Korea and China, meaning that the OKO is developed for the global urban commuter, wherever those streets may be.                   https://biomega.com/product/oko-2-speed-automatic/

About Ogojiii and African culture on DR Kultur

https://www.dr.dk/tv/se/salon-k/salon-k-kultur-afrika-rykker#!/  

DR Culture: Article on Ogojiii Magazine

http://www.dr.dk/nyheder/kultur/medier/ekspert-begejstret-nyt-dansk-papirmagasin-i-afrika Subscribe to the Ogojiii Magazine: http://ogojiii.com/subscribe/ Find OGOJIII in Denmark at: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art - http://www.louisiana.dk/ Cafe Depanneur - http://depanneur.dk/ African Touch - http://www.africantouch.dk/ Kihoshk - http://www.kihoskh.dk/