Type: Set design Client: Riksteatern - The Swedish National Touring Theater Year: 2020/21 Set Design for the dance/theatre piece ‘I Själva Verket’ at The National Swedish Touring Theatre by Björn Säfsten. The design is based on a range of references linked to the performer’s background in contemporary dance. It takes its starting point in the music video Vogue by Madonna from 1990.
Type: Product design Client: ARKET Photography: Nicole Bachmann, David Luraschi Art Direction: Olga Prader Year: 2017 A series of vases for ARKET. Mouthblown vases in soda-lime glass – making each one unique in its own way. The small opening is suited for a single flower or twig and can be grouped with the larger vase in the series.
Type: Interior design Client: & Other Stories Year: 2013-2015 Interior and furniture design for fashion brand & Other Stories during its first 3 years. The concept has its starting point in the artist’s studio where furniture and spaces can be easily rearranged. A white canvas that can be added to, while preserving as much detail as possible in the original structure.
Type: Product design Client: ARKET Photography: Nicole Bachmann, Erik Wåhlström Art Direction: Olga Prader Year: 2017 A flower pot made of terracotta with a matching saucer. Plants can be placed directly in the pot and drain well, thanks to a hole in the bottom and a high-rim saucer that collects excess water. Both the pot and the saucer are glazed to prevent dampness on the surface where the pot is placed. Since some of the steps of the manufacturing process are performed by hand, each piece has a unique appearance.
Type: Product design Client: ARKET Photography: Anders Kylberg & Erik Wåhlström Art Direction: Olga Prader Year: 2017 A set of stoneware bowls for the launch of lifestyle brand ARKET. An everyday bowl that comes in three sizes. The Salt bowl, the Side bowl and the Muesli bowl.
Type: Exhibition design Client: Gallery Barklund & Co Year: 2020 Exhibition Design for (smiling) Faces at Gallery Barklund & Co in Stockholm. The exhibition shows works from domestic and international artists, addressing how the phenomenon of the smiley symbol is reflected within the field of crafts.
Type: Product design Client: ARKET Year: 2017 Masks for children, designed for lifestyle brand ARKET. Made in felt and secured with an elastic strap.
Type: Set design Client: & Other Stories Photography: Viktor Sjödin Year: 2015 Set design for & Other Stories. A framework style greenhouse was designed as a structure to hang flowers working as an upside down garden. Photos used as in-store material. Art direction and flower arrangements by Marika Vaccino Andersson.
Type: Interior design Client: Sneakersnstuff Collaborator: Bofink Design Studio Year: 2019 Interior and furniture design for sneaker retailer Sneakersnstuff in Tokyo in collaboration with Bofink Design Studio. The installations / furniture pieces combine elements from the sneaker world with references to traditional japanese craft and anime characters.
Type: Product Design Client: ARKET Photography: Anders Kylberg, Erik Wåhlström & Nicole Bachmann Art Direction: Olga Prader Year: 2017 A family of drinking glasses for ARKET. Available in three sizes. From small and wide to long and tall, with a thin slightly curved bottom. The glasses are handmade from borosilicate glass – which is resistant to temperature change, allowing it to go from holding hot to cold liquids right away.
Type: Workshop Client: Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts & Design Collaborator: Jenny Bergström Year: 2012 A workshop curated at Konstfack - Collage of Arts & Crafts in Stockholm in collaboration with Berlin-based designer Jenny Bergström. The workshop was the first in a planned series under the theme “Build to Think”. This edition was named Curiousity and the basic task was to build a space shuttle using a limited set of materials and tools. The participants worked in groups within a marked area using intuitive drawings made by another group as a reference. During the process the groups were introduced to and distracted by ‘Oblique Strategies’ to set them off their course.
Type: Set design Client: & Other Stories Art direction: Bodil Gustafsson Fürst Photography: Cecilia Malm Year: 2015 Landscape with painted stone surfaces on chipboard. Set design for commercial photo shoot at & Other Stories, working with the set as a concept. Imitating materials and emphasising the flaws and shortcuts that occur in the process.
Type: Product design Client: ARKET Photography: Erik Wåhlström Year: 2017 A weighty, silver-plated candlestick holder inspired by antique chambersticks from the 18th century. Cast from 100% natural brass, it belongs to a family of products that includes a small bowl and small plate.
Type: Product design Client: ARKET Photography: Erik Wåhlstrand & David Luraschi Year: 2017 Large glass vases inspired by vintage canisters. Available in 3 sizes.
Type: Set design Client: Nike + & Other Stories Photography: Viktor Sjödin Year: 2015 Set Design for & Other Stories in collaboration with Nike. Designed as a work-in-progress studio, the set was created as the actual production was taking place. Wooden boards with fading colors and spotted patterns were produced and arranged to set the theme for the photo shoot. A collaboration with art director Marika Vaccino Andersson.
Type: Public Art Client: Region Halland Year: 2015 Public art event as the final exhibition of an artist residency. In the late 1800’s Varberg was a big player in the Swedish stone industry with the producing and exporting of stone. The stone was used to build various high profile buildings in Sweden and abroad. Accordingly you can find traces of Varberg in many places around Scandinavia. The production of blue spheres was made as a contemporary adatation of this manufacturing. The non-stop production of spherical shapes made the base of the exhibition. Throughout the day the shapes filled a room in the exhibition space, eventually falling out the open windows. Taken by the wind or collected by visitors they were spread around the city. Similar to the spreading the stone, the spheres left traces of the exhibition aorund the city of Varberg.
Type: Artwork Year: 2015-2018 Final Drawings is a series of artworks made in wood with hand-made cut-outs.
Type: Installation Year: 2015 Exhibition of Slow Works / Batty. Part of group exhibition "Sunday Run-up" - curated by choreographer Cristina Caprioli (CCAP).
Type: Product design Client: City of Stockholm Year: 2020 Collaborators: Dehlin Brattgård Arkitekter, Florian Kosche AS Shortlisted in a competition for designing new bus and tram shelters for Stockholm County.
Type: Interior design Client: H&M Lab Collaborator: Open Studio Year: 2019 Interior and furniture design for a new concept store by H&M Lab in Berlin. With Open Studio.
Previous employers and clients include –
- Specific Generic
- Jonas Dahlberg Studio
- Raumlabor Berlin
- Sneakersnstuff/Bofink Design Studio
- Open Studio Stockholm
- & Other Stories
- Teenage Engineering
- The Ode To