Foto: Patrick Miller

Hiding in plain sight

It’s been 42 years since Jonas Bohlin – then 28 years old and a freshly graduated interior architect – flipped the notion of what a piece of furniture should look like. For his graduation exhibition at Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts and Design in the spring of 1981, he had made the Labyrinth Formula, an equation of four rooms that showed how different conditions affect each other. Now he celebrates his 70th birthday by designing a bar for the furniture fair. Kerstin Wickman paints his portrait.

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