Soviet Poster Art at Liljevalchs in Stockholm

Liljevalchs’ major autumn exhibition is an in-depth study of the Soviet Union of the 1920s. We will be presenting film and propaganda posters from a unique Japanese collection, produced during the brutal regimes of Lenin and Stalin by some of the foremost Soviet artists.

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Joel Fjällström and Rebecca Petrini – new guestagrammers @formmagazine

Joel Fjällström and Rebecca Petrini are Form Magazine's new guestagrammers @formmagazine on Instagram. They have recently graduated from Carl Malmsten Furniture Studies, where Joel went to the Furniture Design programme and Rebecca went to the Furniture Upholstery programme. Together they have created the armchair Mammut, which is a part of this year's edition of Ung Svensk Form (Young Swedish Design).

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This is Noma 2.0

Architect firm BIG has now released images of the famous Noma 2.0 restaurant, located in the Danish capital Copenhagen. The group of architects has transformed a deserted historic building that has become a Michelin starred and famous restaurant in the north. Enjoy!

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Skärmavbild 2018-09-06 kl. 14.06.06

Made in Japan

Norm Architects is one of our favourite interior design firms in Denmark, always with a sense of serenity and elegance. Recently, they launched a series of furniture in collaboration with Japan’s largest wooden furniture manufacturer, Karimoku. Here are some images from their journey to Japan – and the beautiful result.

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Erskine’s treasure for sale

An architectural gem is for sale. If you happen to have seven million kronas, you could become the owner of one of the finest and last projects by Swedish-British architect Ralph Erskine: Skaparbyn, a former art village on a sandy peninsula in the Swedish hinterland, 160 kilometres north of Stockholm.

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Screenprints av Jollygoodfellow.

Promotion: The Swedish Design Pavilion opens in London

Ready for the London Design Fair? Don’t miss The Swedish Design Pavilion, with 13 design companies from southern Sweden showing their new works. Here’s a sneak peek of the exhibition, curated by Karin Lundberg in collaboration with Swedish Wood and…

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Rawness by Råman

Beauty equals simplicity in Ingegerd Råman’s world. The legendary Swedish designer is always up to date, now with a series of baskets in an unexpected material – corrugated cardboard. Right now they are displayed at the National Museum of Modern…

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Paf Kontor Åland

742 solar panels cover the gaming company Paf’s new headquarters

The gaming company Paf's headquarters in Åland is now finished. Both the facade and the roof are covered with a total of 742 solar panels and the building's main building materials is glued wood. On the inside of the building there's an open office landscape with a floating meeting room shaped like a ball.

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Eingang Süd

Promotion: ORGATEC 2018

During ORGATEC 2018 everything will revolve around work culture, work processes and work environments. The event and congress programme of the fair showcases the current trends and developments as well as best practice examples from all over the world.

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Man Yau @Helsinki Design Week

During Helsinki Design Week, a set of urban installations will once again take over the city. The series HDW HOP consists of works by international designers and architects, and each work will have something to say about Helsinki Design Week’s theme for 2018: Trust

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The world’s most scenic town hall?

Deep in the spectacular Faroese landscape is a town hall completely merged with nature: The green-roofed town hall of the small Eysturkommuna is not just a building but serves as a bridge for the citizens to cross the river.

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Resting Bear Front for Vitra

Maison et Objet: Front go feral again

It’s Maison et Objet o’clock, time to revisit the grand old interior fair in Paris. The Swedish star design duo Front have announced that they will launch their new accessory collection for Vitra: Resting Animals. The animal kingdom is a…

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Warhol 1968 – soon at Moderna Museet in Stockholm

Did you know that Andy Warhol’s first solo exhibition at a museum in Europe was at Moderna Museet in Stockholm in 1968? Criticism for pro-American propaganda was anticipated – but the reactions were divided. “Warhol 1968” is an exhibition about this exhibition. It also attempts to explore the complexity of Warhol’s oeuvre from the perspective of the pivotal year of 1968.

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Sophie Hardy – our new guestagrammer

Sophie Hardy is the new guestagrammer on our Instagram account @formmagazine. She graduated from HDK Steneby, Academy of Design and Crafts, with a BA Furniture Design in 2017 and she is a part of Ung Svensk Form 2018 (Young Swedish Design) with a stool from her exam project Object of Value. Get to know Sophie Hardy the following weeks!

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Noémie Goudal @ Fotografiska

Illusory views and fantastical constructions. What is reality and what is fiction? Layer by layer, Noémie Goudal constructs photographs which convert the viewer into the transfixed co-creator of an intimate private universe, a universe which Goudal is now generously sharing. The exhibition Stations shows results born from thorough research and meticulous planning, and punctuated by intuitive impulses, playing out in rugged terrain.

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Fashion Week Stockholm: Ida Klamborn

Ida Klamborn is a Swedish fashion designer, situated in Stockholm. Ida’s relatively fresh design career started with remarkable promise, having graduated with a Master degree from the Swedish School of Textiles, her Bachelor of Arts degree collection earned her the Italian Fabric Award and resulted in her participation in Milan Fashion Week.

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