design
Moleskine Detour exhibition

Moleskine Detour exhibition

Moleskine will be presenting the Detour project during this year’s London Design Festival. A selection of notebooks by some of the most well known contemporary designers working today will be displayed in different Moleskine stores across London: Covent Garden, Harrods, Old Street and Canary Wharf. Artists and designers include: BCXSY, Yves Béhar, Tord Boontje, Fernando...
Svenskt Tenn anniversary magazine

Svenskt Tenn anniversary magazine

On October 25, 1924, Estrid Ericsson opened the interior design company Svenskt Tenn in Stockholm, Sweden. Ten years after the opening Estrid recruited Josef Frank to the company. Together they created the elegant and boldly patterned personal interior design style that continues to pervade the collection to this day. For the upcoming 90th anniversary, Svenskt...
Fall frames from Warby Parker

Fall frames from Warby Parker

Personality is what makes a good pair of glasses great. NYC-based optical brand Warby Parker is introducing nine new shapes in their fall collection. It contains a signature looks for both  the bold and the polished professionals;  everything from styles in crystal, acetate frames with titanium temples to angular silhouettes. At the same time Warby Parker has added...
Rapid handmade production

Rapid handmade production

3 to 5 Seconds is a project by Swedish industrial designer Jenny Nordberg. Like many other of her projects part of a larger and ongoing work about how we produce and consume today, how we’ve done historically and how we could do it in the future. In the project 3 to 5 Seconds she examines...
New York på Dalsländska by John-Michael Ekeblad

New York på Dalsländska by John-Michael Ekeblad

New York based Swedish designer and and communication and brand strategist John-Michael Ekeblad has been invited to host a solo show this past summer at Dalslands Konstmuseum called New York på Dalsländska. Here follows John-Michaels own story about the background to the show. I live and work in NYC, and have my roots in Dalsland,...
Collection of tiles "Tratti" by Inga Sempe for Mutina

Collection of tiles “Tratti” by Inga Sempe for Mutina

The new collection of tiles “Tratti” by French designer Inga Sempe will be launched by the italian company Mutina during the Cersaie fair in Sassuolo from the 22th to the 26th of September.
Marbelous Wood by Snedker Studio

Marbelous Wood by Snedker Studio

It is a culmination of years of experimentation and development that has led Pernille Snedker Hansen to produce her current works. Inspired by Suminagashi, an ancient Japanese craft, she has re-purposed the traditional craft of marbling. Working directly to explore the fluid nature of these techniques she manages to enhance materials and create unique forms. The...
Time to apply for Design S - the Swedish Design Award

Time to apply for Design S – the Swedish Design Award

Design S is the Swedish nation design award. The award is presented by Svensk Form and singles out creative and innovative solutions in a range of different design fields. Design S has been presented every second year since 2006. Before that the award was called Utmärkt Svensk Form (Excellent Swedish Design Award). Everyone wants design...
Graphic print and villa concept by TAF

Graphic print and villa concept by TAF

Paper Collective brings together graphic designers, agencies, artists and illustrators to create inspirational and iconic graphic prints while promoting great causes and charities. For every poster they sell, the donatation is at least 15%. In the collaboration between design and architectural office TAF and Paper Collective the donation will benefit the organisation ASF International (Architecture Sans...
Ceramic centerpieces by Benjamin Hubert

Ceramic centerpieces by Benjamin Hubert

Seams is a collection of five large ceramic centerpieces by British designer Benjamin Hubert for the iconic Italian ceramic manufacture Bitossi Ceramiche.  The collection stems from the studio’s research into creating mass-produced products with one off details by manipulating a traditional ceramic manufacturing process.