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Out-Of-The-Box
Ung Svensk Form at ArkDes Stockholm Design Week
 

This weeks newsletter continues with a feature from Stockholm Design Week 2019 and the many innovative exhibitions with young designers presenting new ideas and out-of-the-box thinking.

 

 

Young Swedish DesigN

Finalists in the Ung Svensk Form/Young Swedish Design award 2019, whose purpose is to broaden and deepen knowledge about young and innovative Swedish design.

 
 
Ung Svensk Form at ArkDes Stockholm Design Week

Flesh And Blood - Maja Michaelsdotter Eriksson

 
 
Ung Svensk Form at ArkDes Stockholm Design Week

What Happens On Earth Stays On Earth – Petter Rhodiner

 
 
Ung Svensk Form at ArkDes Stockholm Design Week

Berggrund – Emmeli Rolleberg

 
 
Ung Svensk Form at ArkDes Stockholm Design Week

Common Ground – Annelie Grimwade Olofsson & G. William Bell

 
 
Ung Svensk Form at ArkDes Stockholm Design Week
 
 

Bacteria - In A New Light – Jan Klingler

Ung Svensk Form at ArkDes Stockholm Design Week
 
 

Vessels - Conditions For Openness - Heinrich Ehnert

Ung Svensk Form at ArkDes Stockholm Design Week

Lobster - Martin Thübeck

 

 

in transit

Beckman’s College of Design presents a collaboration between final year students from the Product Design program and seven of Sweden’s foremost furniture producers.

Beckman’s School of Design In Transit

The Michelin Chair – Asta Florestedt & Matilda Ellow for Woodstockholm

 
 
Beckman’s School of Design In Transit

Seats – Josefin Zachrisson & Mira Bergh Edenborg for Johanson Design

 
 
Beckman’s School of Design In Transit

Dolly – Isabel Wagner & Jone Skarbøvik for SA Möbler

 
 
Beckman’s School of Design In Transit

Table Embla – Anne Obel & Elsa Ekdahl for Gärsnäs

 

 

outdoor diversity

Final year students at Konstfack, University of Arts, Crafts & Design present a diverse line-up of new objects, exploring benches, soft seating, lighting and the use of existing elements to enhance the connection between nature and furniture.

Outdoor Diversity Konstfack

Helix - Dario Samardzic

 
 
Outdoor Diversity Konstfack

Candy Bench - Tom Schuster

 
 
Outdoor Diversity Konstfack

Urban Sprout - Mathijs Van Gageldonk

 
 
Outdoor Diversity Konstfack

RoC - Pierre Labarre

 

 

R-evolve

Exhibition by Stoft Studio revolving around the desire to explore the relationship with materials and find new transitions between craftsmanship and industrial manufacturing.

Stoft Studio R-evolve Exhibition Stockholm Design Week
 
 

Canvas Chair - Stoft Studio

Stoft Studio R-evolve Exhibition Stockholm Design Week

Eclipse Mirror - Stoft Studio

 
 
Stoft Studio R-evolve Exhibition Stockholm Design Week

Dear Disaster Cabinet - Stoft Studio

 
 

Photography courtesy of:
Svensk Form/Ung Svensk Form, Beckman’s College of Design, Konstfack & Stoft Studio

The Baker's House
The Baker’s House installation by Färg & Blanche
 

One of my favorites from Stockholm Design Week was the French-Swedish design duo Färg & Blanche’s very personal exhibition The Baker’s House, showcased in Emma’s great, great grandfather’s grande apartment from 1889. The setting provided a striking backdrop for the studio’s experimental and playful new designs inspired by the family history and the Knäckebröd factory they had back in the time.

 
The Baker’s House installation by Färg & Blanche
 

A Swedish crisp bread-inspired chandelier.

 
The Baker’s House installation by Färg & Blanche
The Baker’s House installation by Färg & Blanche
The Baker’s House installation by Färg & Blanche
The Baker’s House installation by Färg & Blanche
 

Succession stool made of an innovative composition of materials which has been dressed in textile and leather and had ropes tied around it before being baked.

 
The Baker’s House installation by Färg & Blanche
 

Melting candle holders.

 
The Baker’s House installation by Färg & Blanche
 

A keyhole-shaped fabric stool inspired by Emma’s childhood memories looking through a keyhole in the house.

 
The Baker’s House installation by Färg & Blanche
 

Emma Marga Blanche and Fredrik Färg.

 
 

Photos courtesy of Färg & Blanche