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.
Flesh And Blood - Maja Michaelsdotter Eriksson
What Happens On Earth Stays On Earth – Petter Rhodiner
Berggrund – Emmeli Rolleberg
Common Ground – Annelie Grimwade Olofsson & G. William Bell
Bacteria - In A New Light – Jan Klingler
Vessels - Conditions For Openness - Heinrich Ehnert
Lobster - Martin Thübeck
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.
The Michelin Chair – Asta Florestedt & Matilda Ellow for Woodstockholm
Seats – Josefin Zachrisson & Mira Bergh Edenborg for Johanson Design
Dolly – Isabel Wagner & Jone Skarbøvik for SA Möbler
Table Embla – Anne Obel & Elsa Ekdahl for Gärsnäs
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.
Helix - Dario Samardzic
Candy Bench - Tom Schuster
Urban Sprout - Mathijs Van Gageldonk
RoC - Pierre Labarre
Exhibition by Stoft Studio revolving around the desire to explore the relationship with materials and find new transitions between craftsmanship and industrial manufacturing.
Canvas Chair - Stoft Studio
Eclipse Mirror - Stoft Studio
Dear Disaster Cabinet - Stoft Studio
Photography courtesy of:
Svensk Form/Ung Svensk Form, Beckman’s College of Design, Konstfack & Stoft Studio