Stockholm articles


Eytys mixes Scandinavian brutalism and some Miyake realness in London

London – This new Soho store presents a fun architectural mixtape, featuring some Japanese oddities, a bit of Piano and a whole lot of rock – that is, concrete.


The five best installations at the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair

Stockholm – Bolon’s flooring materials become a ‘forest’ of tubes hanging from the ceiling; Luca Nichetto designs a bar in the spirit of Stonehenge.


Form Us With Love shows us an unexpected side of champagne

Stockholm – Creative director and co-founder John Löfgren explains why the studio chose a raw, industrial set-up for the Spritmuseum Champagne exhibition.


Universal Design Studio banks on art for At Six Hotel

STOCKHOLM – Tasked with humanizing a brutalist bank building, Universal emphasizes local art and bespoke furniture to reinvent Scandinavian hospitality.


Alma: the new, cool, Scandinavian school of co-working

STOCKHOLM – To facilitate good design as a basic human right, Fredrik Carlström and Anna Behring Lundh open Alma, a members-only club for the creative class.


Axel Arigato goes offline with its new Stockholm pop-up store

Stockholm – Christian Halleröd supplements the Swedish designer’s online store with a new – and this time temporary – offline experience.


Stockholm Design Week 2017 – the best that lit up the room

STOCKHOLM – St-W looks at the fair’s standout pieces, from a shelf that’s always ready for its next home to ethereal luminaires that embrace darkness as much as light.


Stockholm Design Week 2017 – the best of softness and seating

STOCKHOLM – St-W reports on the innovative fabrics and nostalgic chairs at the biggest week of the year for Scandinavian design.


Note's exhibition-slash-installation sheds light on light

STOCKHOLM – By using one main spatial gesture, Note devised a sculptural installation and exhibition space in one at Nordiska Museet in Stockholm. 

Summerhouse T by Krupinski/Krupinska Arkitekter. Photos Åke E:son Lindman

A small house has big character thanks to Krupinski/Krupinska Arkitekter

STOCKHOLM – Krupinski/Krupinska Arkitekter was bound to a maximum footprint of 40 sq-m for a family summerhouse off the coast of Sweden.

The co-working space inside Clerkenwell church sports Tom Dixon's Industrial Landscapes.

Tom Dixon depicts London's chaos for Ege's Industrial Landscape collection

In a valiant visualisation of London's chaotic mix of picturesque castles and ugly buildings, British designer Tom Dixon stamps swirls of smog upon the latest collection with ege.


Guise goes grayscale for Fotografiska museum's retail concept

STOCKHOLM – Guise architects sculpts a monochrome concept that illustrates 19th century pictorial noise for a Stockholm photography museum Fotografiska.