Wednesday could NRK present as well as a brand-new interiørtrend.
the Books to be turned in the bookcase. Away to the colorful binders and the informative backs. Hide any traces of what is on the pages. Hidden to all the testimony of the creator or the originator.
The 2,500-year-old book should be reduced to a grip to get harmony and wholeness in the home.
perhaps There is dust to stir up over this, but can people please get their act together?Of the grain is a daily satirical look from Dagbladet journalists.
When author Anne B. Ragde pull forward the concept of "cultural rennesteinsmennesker" about the ones she had to see this with, it is easy to think that the bookcase should be construed as a status symbol.
A kind of testimony that you are a well read and intellectual individual.
A proof of your cultural capital.
But a bookcase is so much more than that. As both the children and grandchildren of the bookstores I take height that I can romantisere a little excessive around these aggregates of cellulose, but a quick glance at their wall gives me the following:
A half-shelf meters consists of 70-year-old yellowed books inherited from my grandmother and grandfather.
Just below these are 12 emerald books on Robin Hood that probably was read a dozens of times in his childhood.
To the left of the eskapadene in Sherwoodskogen is the blue textbook in 3MX because I with flying colors strøyk on matteeksamen in 2004, and had to take it up as an external candidate.
Oldervoll, Orskaug and Vaajes tårefremkallende study on integrals, vectors and trigonometry is flanked by J. R. R. tolkien's the Lord of the Rings in pocketutgave from the 1970s.
The black bokryggene is almost just filler because they have been on both the hike in Rondane and beach holiday in France.
Different colors, the memories, the shame and history in the discretion of the association.
So, unless the total interiørdesignerkorps have already followed Atle Antonsens recommendation to "rush off to put themselves out in the woods to die", they must have me excused.
I'm going home and turning the tv.