Posts tagged "monica förster"
Brass objects from Skultuna

Brass objects from Skultuna

Swedish company Skultuna is producing brass and sterling silver objects of the highest quality for both everyday use and for special occasions. They have been doing ot for a long time, Skultuna is one of the oldest companies in the world, founded in the year 1607 as a brass foundry by King Karl IX. At...
New book about the work of Monica Förster - Lateral Thinking

New book about the work of Monica Förster – Lateral Thinking

With a new extensive monograph called Lateral Thinking, Monica Förster sums up her 15 years as a designer. Lateral Thinking is published by Arvinius and will be launched during Stockholm Design Week. The book illustrates her collaborations with some of the world’s most renowned design firms such as De Padova, Poltrona Frau, Cappellini, Tecno and Alessi. As...
Marble 4420 exhibition at Svenskt Tenn

Marble 4420 exhibition at Svenskt Tenn

Svenskt Tenn has invited designer Monica Förster and creative director Björn Kusoffsky to a creative collaboration. They have created an installation and a series of objects based on the pattern Marble 4420 by Josef Frank. It is radically different from his other designs of flora and is said to have been created after a meeting...
Milan Design Week 09 preview: Monica Forster

Milan Design Week 09 preview: Monica Forster

Here follows a couple of projects by Swedish designer Monica Förster that will be launched at the Milan Design Week 09. Cappellini presents in cooperation with Liljeholmens  and designer Monica Förster, a unique candle for the 2009 Milan design week. The stearin candle has a stylish character and is even more beautiful in formations or in pairs. The...
Designer of the year

Designer of the year

We just got the news that female designer Monica Förster was awarded “Designer of the year” by the Swedish magazine Residence. We are very happy to report this, not only because Monica Förster is a very talented and cleverish designer, she will also every now and then write thoughtful words on the David Report blog!...