Posts tagged "stockholm"

Images from DesignBoost at Arkitekturmuseet

DesignBoost at Arkitekturmuseet took place last week during the Stockholm Design Week. Now you will be able to see a lot of images from all different parts of this DesignBoost including BoostChat (workshops), BoostTalk (lectures and panels), BoostShow (exhibition), coffee breakes, lunches and after hour events like cocktails and the big closing party. 24 BoostChat with...
Going Gray at Svenskt Tenn

Going Gray at Svenskt Tenn

Today Svenskt Tenn opens its new exhibition, where illustrator Mats Gustafson and designer Ted Muehling have staged a home environment inspired by Estrid Ericson and Josef Frank. This is the first occasion where the designer couple has worked together. They have named the exhibition ”Going Gray”, where the moderate gray colour scale reflects the need for...
iLike the Stockholm Design Week

iLike the Stockholm Design Week

Studio Bernstrand & Co asked 100 architects, designers, politicians, journalists, etc to take a cell phone picture of their favorite product/phenomenon during the Stockholm Design Week. The pictures will then be sent to studio Bernstrand & Co by MMS, where they will be printed and shown in the exhibition iLike. The address is Bondegatan 11...
No Early Birds

No Early Birds

Don´t get confused, NoEarlyBirds is not a newly discovered species. It is the name of a new Swedish furniture manufacturer and the result of a 10 year old dream of architect Per Söderberg and creative director Peter Simonsson to create a brand that reflects their personal believes regarding design and lifestyle. With over 20 years...
Ross Lovegrove to DesignBoost

Ross Lovegrove to DesignBoost

The knowledge company Designboost is announcing today that Ross Lovegrove will attend and talk at DesignBoost February 12 at Arkitekturmuseet in Stockholm. Also Henrik Otto, design manager at Electrolux and Jens Fager, the new hope for Swedish Design, will come and share their visions about how we create design for a better life. The complete list of speakers and panelists...
Karim Rashid among others at Arkitekturmuseet

Karim Rashid among others at Arkitekturmuseet

As reported earlier DesignBoost will take place at Arkitekturmuseet in Stockholm February 11-12. The overall theme is “Design for Life”. As earlier years Designboost has invited speakers from all over the world which represent the true frontline within design. Today Designboost reveals four new speakers for the BoostTalk (lectures) on February 12th. Karim Rashid –...
Jasper Morrison at Hallwylska Museet

Jasper Morrison at Hallwylska Museet

Jasper Morrison exhibits in Stockholm. With reference to the Stockholm Furniture Fair in February Forum, the magazine for Scandinavian architecture, interiors and design, brings Jasper Morrison and his exhibition Jugs, Jars and Pitchers to Stockholm. The exhibition will be shown at Hallwylska Museet. As the name implies, the exhibition consists of personally selected jugs, jars, and pitchers...
Designboost brings Design for Life to Arkitekturmuseet in Stockholm

Designboost brings Design for Life to Arkitekturmuseet in Stockholm

The theme of this autumn’s DesignBoost in Malmö was Design for Life. Now the question is once again being posed, how to make design economical, ecological and fair when DesignBoost collaborates with Arkitekturmuseet in Stockholm. At this DesignBoost people of worldwide reputation such as Stephen Burkes, Ineke Hans, Katrin Olina, Ilkka Suppanen, James Irvine, Richard...
New glassware from Svenskt Tenn

New glassware from Svenskt Tenn

Svenskt Tenn has just got some new designs from the Swedish glass artists Ann Wåhlström and Carina Seth Andersson. The assignment was to combine functionality with classic yet modern forms. The vases are produced in collaboration with the glassworks Skruf and Reijmyre. Dagg by Carina Seth Andersson for Svenskt Tenn. Iris by Ann Wåhlström for Svenskt Tenn.
New Josef Frank textiles at Svenskt Tenn

New Josef Frank textiles at Svenskt Tenn

Svenskt Tenn in Stockholm is launching two new Josef Frank textiles. Aramal and Ceylon were designed in the 1940s but have not been in production until now. Even if they were designed almost 70 years ago I think they feel up-to-date and interesting. Textile Ceylon by Josef Frank from Svenskt Tenn. Textile Aramal by Josef...