Posts tagged as 'Sweden'

Mon 7.7.

Strömkajen Ferry Terminals by Marge Arkitekter (SE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 07.07.2014 - Tagged as: , ,

Strömkajen Ferry Terminals by Marge Arkitekter, photo: Johan Fowelin

Strömkajen Ferry Terminals by Marge Arkitekter, photo: Johan Fowelin

In Strömkajen, one of Stockholm’s most visited areas, opposite the Royal Palace, next to the Grand Hotel and the National Art Gallery, is Marge Arkitekter’s new terminal buildings for archipelago boat traffic.

 

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Wed 9.10.

Fratelli Gridelli by Staffan Holm (SE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 09.10.2013 - Tagged as: ,

Fratelli Gridelli by Staffan Holm, photo: DDR photography

Fratelli Gridelli by Staffan Holm, photo: DDR photography

Designer-architect Staffan Holm has designed the interior of Fratelli Gridelli, a family owned catering workshop, delicacy shop and restaurant/cafe located in Gothenburg, Sweden.

 

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Mon 2.9.

Smart student flat by Tengbom Architects (SE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.09.2013 - Tagged as: , ,

Smart student flat by Tengbom Architects

Smart student flat by Tengbom Architects

A student flat designed by Tengbom Architects, only 10 meters square, is currently being exhibited at the Virserum Art Museum in the county Småland, Sweden.

 

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Thu 29.8.

‘Kafé Bulten’ interior by Moodus AB (SE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 29.08.2013 - Tagged as: , ,

'Kafé Bulten' interior by Moodus AB

‘Kafé Bulten’ interior by Moodus AB, photo: Mathias Nero

Named for the old block where it’s located, the Kafé Bulten is a central gathering spot in the new Hornstull mall in Stockholm. In keeping with the property owners ambition to achieve a commercial area full of life and diversity, the coffeeshop attempts to capture the spirit of Hornstull, formerly a working-class neighbourhood, now a place that’s looked upon as a creative melting pot in Stockholm.

 

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‘Pal’ stool by Hallgeir Homstvedt for One Nordic Furniture Company

Inspired by his childhood fascination with skateboards, the Oslo-based furniture designer Hallgeir Homstvedt has realised this easy to assemble, pared-down stool for the recently-launched Scandinavian design brand, One Nordic Furniture Company. Called ‘Pal’, the simple, flat-packable stool is made of lacquered ash and it is produced in Sweden. Watch the video about ‘Pal’ below… (more…)

Thu 25.10.

‘The No.1′ wristwatch by Form Us With Love for TID (SE)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 25.10.2012 - Tagged as: , , , ,

‘The No.1′ wristwatch by Form Us With Love for TID

The Stockholm-based design studio Form Us With Love have collaborated with a recently-launched small Swedish design brand TID on its first product – a wristwatch. Aptly named ‘The No.1′, the minimalist, monochrome timepiece is made of stainless steel and encompasses a Japanese-made quartz clockwork fastened onto a simple woven nylon strap. (more…)

‘Tati’ coat rack by Broberg & Ridderstråle for Asplund

A new addition to the reduced yet playful, award-winning ‘Tati’ range, this simple steel, brass-and-marble coat rack has been put into production by the Swedish manufacturer Asplund earlier this year. Designed by the Stockholm-based design duo Broberg & Ridderstråle, the hanger has already been awarded the prestigious ‘Furniture of the Year’ title by the Swedish design magazine Sköna Hem and it is a part of a ‘Tati’ collection of furniture and home accessory pieces which include several side/coffee table designs and a floor and wall mirrors. The coat rack is available in two different sizes and variety of vibrant colours such as; anthracite, white, violet, olive, nougat, deep blue and orange. (more…)

‘Hexagon’ acoustic tiles by Form Us With Love for Träullit; photo by Jonas Lindström

The Stockholm-based award-winning design studio Form Us With Love have developed this collection of geometrical sound-absorbing wall panels for a small, family-owned company Träullit. Made from a natural, recyclable material composed of wood wool, cement and water, ‘Hexagon’ tiles have not only sound-absorbing qualities but are also moisture-regulating and heat-accumulating. Available in eight different colours, ‘Hexagon’ was recently presented as part of the ‘Young Sweden’ exhibition during the London Design Festival. Watch the FUWL designers apply their new sound absorbing wall panels in the video below: (more…)