Posted on February 25 2015
I’m writing this post from Dublin. I better explain that I have been living, studying and working in Dublin from 2005 onwards. I still rent a place in Dublin with my fiancée who is Irish (we travel back and forth between Dublin and Copenhagen weekly). But these days I, of course, spend most of my time in Copenhagen.
I’m back in Dublin to sort out a few tricky, bureaucratic (but necessary) things. It’s not as simple as it may sound to open a shop (be it only temporarily) in a different country from where your business is based and registered. But we have almost everything sorted now, although it did mean that I had to come over in person and sign a few important documents at the local council.
Dublin is a fantastic place to live and work. The city is a vibrant mess of different faces, different areas, different smells, and different expressions. I can’t wait to work here again when we open our exhibition/shop here very soon. I have to run to a meeting now with some old colleagues - so until next time.
(Klaus will be writing the next post from Copenhagen, where he’ll be telling you about his exciting experiences visiting and meeting designers.)
Thanks for reading,