FOLD brings forward the best in Latvian and foreign creative industries to help discover, understand, learn and collaborate. FOLD focuses on design and design thinking. FOLD was launched in April 2013 as a merger of three long–lived self–initiated projects — «DesignBlog», «Plikums» and «Fine Young Urbanists».
Evelīna Ozola — director
Architect and urbanist who has also tried her hand at graphic design and illustration. She has written on city and architecture both for online and printed media.
Veronika Viļuma — editor
When writing for herself and for others, Veronika combines the knowledge acquired in art history studies with an innate passion for journalism. Veronika curates the content and coordinates the contributors of FOLD.
Elīna Lībiete — editor’s assistant
Architect with a keen interest in cities, people, and their interactions.
Architect and urbanist Evelīna Ozola, head and co–founder of «Asketic» design studio Miķelis Baštiks, author of website building tools «Berta» and «Froont» Sandijs Ruļuks, lawyer Ilze Peipiņa, architect and urbanist Toms Kokins, head of graphic design studio «Associates, Partners et Sons» Edgars Zvirgzdiņš.
Postal address: Andrejostas iela 1A–2, Riga, LV–1045, Latvia.
To submit your work, enquire about advertising or simply say hello, send us a message to email@example.com.
Design and programming — «Asketic»
Logo — FOLD and «Formup»
Fonts — Proxima Nova and Noticia
Translations — Andris Kuprišs, Anna Celmiņa, Guna Gavare, FOLD editorial staff
Proofreading — Anete Kauce, FOLD editorial staff
FOLD supports free access to and distribution of information, but we strongly believe in intellectual property, protecting creative work, and promotion of authors’ interests. When reposting FOLD articles or their fragments, images, video or audio recordings, you are obliged to credit FOLD as the source and provide a link to the relevant page of the website. Any use of aforementioned materials for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited. The responsibility for factual accuracy and expressed opinions lies solely with authors.