swedish designer ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ช (Page 2)

“A better everyday life means getting away from status and conventions – being freer and more at ease as human beings.” Ingvar Kamprad
Hertha Hillfon a child's head

Several exhibitions followed this in and outside Sweden, most recently Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde in 2008. She was awarded the Lunning Prize in 1962. In 1971, she became a member of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts.Read More →

Bรธrge Mogensen Spoke Back Sofa 1945, Fabric 1963

This sofa’s straightforward execution and regular silhouette reflect characteristics that were considered essential for advanced design at the time. Nonetheless, the turned spindles, stretchers, and exquisite details owe a lot to Borge Mogensen’s use of the lexicon of traditional furniture formsโ€”especially American Shaker and English Windsorโ€”in his wRead More →

A & E Design a Swedish design consultancy was founded in Stockholm by Tom Ahlstrรถm and Hans Ehrich (1942โ€“). They worked in Italy earlier in the 1960s. The company has gained a reputation for functional, durable and ergonomically sound everyday products.Read More →

iKea Dragon flatware featured image

IKEA Dragon 20-Piece Flatware Set, Stainless Steel designed by Carl-Gustaf Jahnsson DRAGON flatware has beenRead More →

Hannah Ryggen featured image

Hannah Ryggen (1894 – 1970) was a textile designer and teacher from Sweden. She was born in Malmรถ and worked professionally in Norway.Read More →

Smaland Glassware Museum

Well crafted and masterfully designed glassworks have become one of Swedish design’s most recognisable andRead More →

Estrid Ericson featured image

Estrid Ericson, a pewter designer and design entrepreneur, was the founder of Svenskt Tenn, a highly influential Stockholm store and manufacturer closely associated with the Swedish Modern aesthetic and export success.Read More →

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Barbro Nilsson (1899 – 1982) was a Swedish Textile Designer. She was born in Malmรถ. Between 1913-17, she studied weaving, at Brunsson Vavskola, under Johanna Brunsson and Alma Jakobsson. Between 1917-20, at the Konstfackskolan and Tekniska Skolan, Stockholm. Read More →

Carl Malmsten furniture

Carl Malmsten was a Swedish furniture designer. Inspired by Italian Renaissance and Swedish 18th-century forms, his work is typical of the new trends of the 1920s. Read More →