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 with Jackson Pollock’s art in New York but is as topical today. Monica Förster and Björn Kusoffsky have created an unique installation of handcrafted items and a film that goes deeper into Joseph Frank’s world. Marble 4420 is shown in an exhibition of Swedish Tenn temporary premises in the old Astoria cinema in Stockholm, Sweden, from 8 to 27 February.

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