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Located among the open fields on the island Ekerö outside of Stockholm, this stylish home in graphic black & white with a linear quality, belongs to blogger and interior stylist Annaleena – who also designs minimalist clothing rails and furniture as seen in this weeks story.

 
 
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Table Setting With Black Porcelain, Natural Linen & Marble

 
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Side Tables by H&M Home

 
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Circular Clothing Rail by Annaleena Interiors

 
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Mobile Pendant by Michael Anastassiades

 
 
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Stone Table by Annaleena Interiors

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Clothes by La Ligne

 
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The beautiful home of Annaleena was photographed by Kristofer Johnsson

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Revitalize
Revitalize | The Ruin Retreat
 

Dreaming of a getaway? This unique secluded retreat with an integrated ruin from the 1900s, located 25 min from downtown Stockholm – offers stunning views of the archipelago, private chefs for dining and SPA treatments. Welcome to Ruin Retreat:

 
 
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Revitalize | The Ruin Retreat
 
 
Revitalize | The Ruin Retreat
Revitalize | The Ruin Retreat

Revitalize | Blocked Unitard by G. Sport

Blocked Unitard by G. Sport

Revitalize | The Shakti Ma t  with 6,000 Spikes for Acupressure by Swedish Yogi Om Mokshananda

The Shakti Mat with 6,000 Spikes for Acupressure by Swedish Yogi Om Mokshananda

Revitalize | The ReNew Fleece Sweatshirt made from recycled plastic bottles by Everlane

The ReNew Fleece Sweatshirt made from recycled plastic bottles by Everlane

Revitalize | Arizona Sandals by Birkenstock

Arizona Sandals by Birkenstock

Revitalize | PREBIOTIC + PROBIOTIC Clean Ingredients Supplements by The Nue Co.

PREBIOTIC + PROBIOTIC Clean Ingredients Supplements by The Nue Co.


Design Directory

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1. Pottery Pitcher in Icy Blue by Sam Baron & Costas Voyatzis for Mateus
2. Cestita Table Lamp by Miguel Milá for Santa & Cole
3. Grand Palais Table by Anya Sebton & Eva Lilja Löwenhielm for Asplund
4. Hommage Side Table by Studio Matti Carlson for Tre Sekel
5. Giron Chair by DIS Inredning

 

Photography by Erik Lefvander

 
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.

 

 

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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.

 
 
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Flesh And Blood - Maja Michaelsdotter Eriksson

 
 
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What Happens On Earth Stays On Earth – Petter Rhodiner

 
 
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Berggrund – Emmeli Rolleberg

 
 
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Common Ground – Annelie Grimwade Olofsson & G. William Bell

 
 
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Bacteria - In A New Light – Jan Klingler

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Vessels - Conditions For Openness - Heinrich Ehnert

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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.

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The Michelin Chair – Asta Florestedt & Matilda Ellow for Woodstockholm

 
 
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Seats – Josefin Zachrisson & Mira Bergh Edenborg for Johanson Design

 
 
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Dolly – Isabel Wagner & Jone Skarbøvik for SA Möbler

 
 
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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.

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Helix - Dario Samardzic

 
 
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Candy Bench - Tom Schuster

 
 
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Urban Sprout - Mathijs Van Gageldonk

 
 
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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.

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Canvas Chair - Stoft Studio

Stoft Studio R-evolve Exhibition Stockholm Design Week

Eclipse Mirror - Stoft Studio

 
 
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Dear Disaster Cabinet - Stoft Studio

 
 

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

A New Collection
Nationalmuseum interior view. Photo © Nationalmuseum Stockholm.

Nationalmuseum interior view. Photo © Nationalmuseum Stockholm.

 

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!

 
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The Restaurant & Cafe – some of the country’s leading designers have furnished and designed everything related to the set table, furniture and fittings. 

 
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Nationalmuseum Stockholm. Photo Pia Uhlin.
 

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.

 
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Nationalmuseum Stockholm. Photo Pia Uhlin.
Nationalmuseum Stockholm. Photo by Pia Uhlin.
 

“Sand” Tableware by Carina Seth Andersson produced by Design House Stockholm.

 
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“Kolonn” Vases by Carina Seth Andersson produced by Skruf.

 
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“Nisch Sofa” Love Seat by TAF produced by Fogia.

 
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Nationalmuseum Stockholm. Photo by Pia Uhlin.

”Avavick” Stool by Katja Pettersson produced by Swedese.

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Nationalmuseum Stockholm. Photo by Pia Uhlin.

Tubular Sofa by Matti Klenell produced by Offecct.

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The “Atelier” Chair by TAF Studio produced by Artek.

 
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“Mela” Lights by Matti Klenell produced by Ateljé Lyktan.

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Easy Chair by Matti Klenell produced by Larsson Korgmakare.

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Modular Sofa by Matti Klenell produced by Offecct.

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“Husets Linne” Linnen Table Cloths and Napkins by Jakob Solgren produced by Klässbols Linneväveri.

 
Nationalmuseum Old Library. Photo by Andy Liffner.

Nationalmuseum Old Library. Photo by Andy Liffner.

 

Nationalmuseum Old Library interior design by Emma Olbers.

 
Nationalmuseum Old Library. Photo by Andy Liffner.

Nationalmuseum Old Library. Photo by Andy Liffner.

 

Library Lamp by Front Design produced by Zero.

 
Nationalmuseum interior view. Photo by Bruno Ehrs.

Nationalmuseum interior view. Photo by Bruno Ehrs.

Photography by Pia Ulin