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KALK – Swedish Design Awards 2018 winner

Off-road motorcycle KALK won the Industrial- & Product Design B2C category, when the Design S – Swedish Design Awards took place last week. KALK is an off-road motorcycle powered by electricity instead of petrol, reducing both emissions and noise, with a chassis of aluminium and carbon fibre in a total weight of less than 70 kg.

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Congrats, Cushy! Design S winner 2018

The designer duo Gripner & Hägglund and their CUSHY won the furniture category in Design S - Swedish Design Awards 2018. The award ceremony took place yesterday at Kulturhuset Stadsteatern in Stockholm. Form Magazine’s editor-in-chief Bo Madestrand was a jury member of the furniture category. Congratulations Sanna Gripner and Märta Hägglund!

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Who’s tooth? Houndstooth!

Josefine Gennert Jakobsson, Form Magazine's current guestagrammer @formmagazine just graduated from the Swedish School of Textiles. Her degree project is called Who's tooth? Houndstooth! and it uses houndstooth pattern to generate form and surface with a cut-and-weave method.

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Friends Of Handicraft Degree Exhibition

Friends Of Handicraft / Handarbetets Vänner is one of the oldest and most distinguished Handicraft and textile institutions in Sweden. Now their degree exhibition is open. It's called 183 km garn (183 km of yarn).

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Degree projects from School of Industrial Design @Lund University

As usual, the Skåne region’s architecture and design educational programmes are combining forces and gathering at Form/Design Center to present this year’s graduation projects at the bachelor’s and master’s levels. Form Magazine took a closer look at some industrial design projects.

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HDK Degree Exhibition

The HDK Degree Exhibition is on display between 18 and 27 May in Frihamnen in Gothenburg. Students from Ceramic Art, Jewellery Art, Metal Art, Textile-Body-Space, Textile-Art, Furniture Design, Applied Art & Design and Crafts show their degree projects and below you can have a look at two of them!

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Konstfack Degree Exhibition 2018

This year Konstfack presents 175 projects by artists, designers, craftspeople and educators in exciting new locations. Form takes a closer look at some of them. Today: Kristina Lundsjö and her project Waste Not, Want Not!

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Arkitekternas Rödfärgspris – some favourites among the nominees

Arkitekternas Rödfärgspris (The architects' Red Color Award) rewards architecture that, through various solutions, shows how modern contemporary design meets traditional sludge - ranging from private villas and cabins to public buildings. The winner will be presented at the Red Color Prize gala on October 25th.

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Prototypa @Clerkenwell Design Week

Join Stockholm based Form Us With Love for the second installment of Prototypa in London during Clerkenwell Design Week as a part of Shaw Contract week long series Design Sense. Prototypa is an articulation of where design is headed, an evolving initiative by Form Us With Love, moderated by design strategist Lia Forslund.

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Clerkenwell Design Week coming up!

Soon it's time for Clerkenwell Design Week, more specifically May 22-24. Bolon is one of the Swedish companies that participate this year. See their new floor collection Elements here, designed by Shanghai based Neri & Hu.

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Museum update

A museum as a meeting place, literally speaking, is a vision that was first tried and tested in art contexts in the nineties. The lounge-like installations popped up here and there, embodying a high level, albeit with low thresholds. This apparent openness has since spread. The Nordic Museum's new theatre is an offshoot of the concept. It is meant as a venue for events like concerts and debates, as well as socialising in line with Artur Hazelius's vision of parties, people and packedness in true Nordic style. Responsible for the interior is Halleroed. A deep blue floor, natural linen and light coloured walls, but the furniture series Meden is the icing on the cake. Made of radially sawn pine in collaboration with the joinery Tre Sekel.

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BLOX opens in Copenhagen on May 6th

In the heart of Copenhagen the new building BLOX will soon open. BLOX will provide a setting for recreational outdoor urban spaces, playgrounds, homes and cafés as well as a unique forum for the built environment with room for work, exhibitions, research and reflection. The opening takes place on May 6th.

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Norwegian Presence 2018

For the past three years, Norway’s annual appearance at Milan Design Week has been showcasing the work of a selection of the most talented Norwegian designers and craft artists, and bringing thousands of visitors face to face with the country’s thriving community-driven, mutually supportive and cross-disciplinary design culture. This year’s exhibition, Norwegian Presence, marks the beginning of a new chapter for Norway in Milan, as the show makes its debut appearance in a new location – the city’s rapidly evolving creative hotspot, Zona Tortona.

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Hemma – Stories of Home

The spilt coffee has not yet dried, the bed is still warm. Someone just left the room and you are invited to experience scenes from everyday life. The Swedish Design Moves project will bring to Milan, in a unique location in the heart of Brera Design District, a selection of Swedish companies and designers who look at the future while trying to improve the lifestyles of the individual and of the community by a functional and aesthetic approach to space and furnishings.

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