Back in my hometown Stockholm visting Nationalmuseum, Sweden’s largest museum for Art and Design, (established in 1866) – newly re-opened after five years of extensive renovation and modernization. The institution commissioned five Swedish designers to work with local manufacturers to furnish the new interior spaces, as part of its initiative to promote Nordic design, called NM& – En Ny Samling/A New Collection.
Enjoy the tour!
The Restaurant & Cafe – some of the country’s leading designers have furnished and designed everything related to the set table, furniture and fittings.
Chandelier by Monica Backström, Matti Klenell, Ludvig Löfgren, Simon Klenell, Stina Löfgren,
Mattias Ståhlbom, Åsa Jungnelius, Katja Pettersson and Carina Seth Andersson produced by The Glass Factory.
“Sand” Tableware by Carina Seth Andersson produced by Design House Stockholm.
“Kolonn” Vases by Carina Seth Andersson produced by Skruf.
“Nisch Sofa” Love Seat by TAF produced by Fogia.
”Avavick” Stool by Katja Pettersson produced by Swedese.
Tubular Sofa by Matti Klenell produced by Offecct.
The “Atelier” Chair by TAF Studio produced by Artek.
“Mela” Lights by Matti Klenell produced by Ateljé Lyktan.
Easy Chair by Matti Klenell produced by Larsson Korgmakare.
Modular Sofa by Matti Klenell produced by Offecct.
“Husets Linne” Linnen Table Cloths and Napkins by Jakob Solgren produced by Klässbols Linneväveri.
Nationalmuseum Old Library interior design by Emma Olbers.
Library Lamp by Front Design produced by Zero.
Photography by Pia Ulin