Teamwork is our second name.
We just love it because all the fun and new ideas for the future.
This time we took good old Viks WOODaLIKE, a bike that marks the beginning of our collaboration with Viks distributor in Benelux countries – Velowland, some old friends and new ones and went to discover the fascinating scenery of Port Noblessner, old submarine factory and mine harbour by the Gulf of Tallinn. Once again a historical place that is in the wind of change and will be very different soon.
The history of the port dates back to 1912, when Alfred Nobel’s nephew Emanuel Nobel and a torpedo manufacturer by the name of Lessner established a submarine plant on the site to serve the navy of the Russian Tsar. All photos below were taken in Valukoda (foundry), one of the largest historical industrial buildings in Noblessner port which is also unique in entire Nordic region for its uncommon excels, in extraordinary acoustics and valued by its industrial architecture. Really worth of visiting.
It was sort of mixture of cold, sun and mist in this early April morning that turned these huge premises even more magical. Come check it out yourself.
Slav squats (well, at least one proper) and Nordic design. Photo: Magnus Heinmets
Waiting for the sun to come down. Photo: Magnus Heinmets
Drawers. Lots of drawers on office side of foundry and practical “Lund” backpack from miDeer.design. Photo: Marek Metslaid
Should I stay or should I enter (featuring long cardigan from Woolish and laptop sleeve “Bodem” again from miDeer. Photo: Magnus Heinmets
Hours by the window. Photo: Marek Metslaid
You. Photo: Marek Metslaid
Oil tank reflection. Photo: Magnus Heinmets
Showing the most comfortable way of carrying Viks on stairs. Photo: Marek Metslaid
Participating brands – miDeer, Woolish and Viks packed for detail rich closeup. All Estonian made, all hand crafted. Photo: Magnus Heinmets
All the boys were found from restaurant and store SFÄÄR and the girls is put out by miDeer. Photo: Marek Metslaid
One proper Pelago commercial accompanying felt made bike briefcase “Holm”. Suitable for carrying your laptop and documents. Can be attached to bike frame. Photo: Magnus Heinmets
Let’s play “I’m looking something from my backpack but dunno what it is” game. Photo: Magnus Heinmets
Beautiful everything. Photo: Magnus Heinmets
Teamwork always pays off. Photo: Magnus Heinmets
On board with us this time:
Marek Metslaid Photography
Magnus Heinmets Multimedia
Felt accessories miDeer
Urban cruiser PELAGO Bristol from JOOKS Rattastuudio
Models Karin Kallisma; Sten Jõgi; Henri Vares; William Sarevet; Ron Mamers
MUAH Make up by Kadri.Katariina