“The book unfolds the photographer’s idea of capturing the dream of a sacred place. Places, both in the past or the future, fiction or real; the ones we travel to when we want to escape,” explains a statement from TEKLA. The series of images were shot at Anholt Fyrgård, a seaside cottage built in 1826 for a lighthouse keeper. Messmann captures his photos in a way that evokes a feeling of quietude, while portraying Sofie in a calm and playful state. The project is very close to Charlie Hedin, the founder’s heart, by representing the philosophy of TEKLA: thoughtful products with a minimal and serene aesthetic. To purchase a copy of Sacred Places, click here.