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Illusion, färg och komposition. Formgivare: Emma Brålander. Foto: Erika Kindblad

Illusion, färg och komposition. Formgivare: Emma Brålander. Foto: Erika Kindblad

Young Swedish Design 2018

8 February - 18 March

Discover the most intriguing new designs from Sweden’s young creatives. The exhibition Young Swedish Design displays unique pieces from a range of disciplines: from product design to crafts.

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Young Swedish Design provides a window to the future and a platform for young designers to showcase their ideas. The exhibition shows, among others, Matilda Norberg’s collection Earth’s Crust – Material rules that studies knitting as a technique, Björn Friborg’s sculpture Implosion which resembles a frozen moment, and Hemmo Honkonen’ s Audible Furniture that produces sounds when used.

Designers: Linnea Olmarken, Jennifer Bergkvist, Emma Brålander, Kristin Larsson, Mariana Silva Varela, Ida Pettersson, Isa Andersson, Victor Alge, Andrej Maiinin, Matilda Noberg,Josefine Gennert Jakobsson, Julia Westerberg, Martina Skyttberg, Kyung-Jin CHO, Emelie Kasholm, Anna Pers Bräcke, Anna Sjöberg Malin Berglund, Helen Runting, Karin Matz, Agga Anne Mette Stage , Joel Fjällström & Rebecca Petrini, Hemmo Honkonen, Alecsander Rothschild, Daniela Juvall in collaboration with Rola, Nima, Mohammed, Riccardo, Klara, Fabian, Masa, Bo, Amin and Ali and Göran Söderström at Östberga fritidsgård, Per Nadén, Sophie Hardy, Björn Friborg, Amanda Borgfors Mészàros, Alvina Jakobsson, Benedetta Crippa, Anton Kolbe.

The exhibition has grown out of an award with the same name. Young Swedish Design 2018 is a co-production by Svensk Form (The Swedish Society of Crafts and Design), ArkDes, IKEA and The City of Malmö.

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Implosion. Designer: Björn Friborg

Implosion. Designer: Björn Friborg

Earth's Crust – Material rules. Designer: Matilda Norberg. Photo: Ceen Warhen

Earth's Crust – Material rules. Designer: Matilda Norberg. Photo: Ceen Warhen

Möbler som låter. Designer: Hemmo Honkonen

Möbler som låter. Designer: Hemmo Honkonen

Över isen. Designer: Martina Skyttberg

Över isen. Designer: Martina Skyttberg

Mammut. Designer: Rebecca Petrini och Joel Fjällström

Mammut. Designer: Rebecca Petrini och Joel Fjällström

KläOm. Designer: Alvina Jakobsson

KläOm. Designer: Alvina Jakobsson

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Young Swedish Design provides a window to the future and a platform for young designers to showcase their ideas. The exhibition shows, among others, Matilda Norberg’s collection Earth’s Crust – Material rules that studies knitting as a technique, Björn Friborg’s sculpture Implosion which resembles a frozen moment, and Hemmo Honkonen’ s Audible Furniture that produces sounds when used.

Designers: Linnea Olmarken, Jennifer Bergkvist, Emma Brålander, Kristin Larsson, Mariana Silva Varela, Ida Pettersson, Isa Andersson, Victor Alge, Andrej Maiinin, Matilda Noberg,Josefine Gennert Jakobsson, Julia Westerberg, Martina Skyttberg, Kyung-Jin CHO, Emelie Kasholm, Anna Pers Bräcke, Anna Sjöberg Malin Berglund, Helen Runting, Karin Matz, Agga Anne Mette Stage , Joel Fjällström & Rebecca Petrini, Hemmo Honkonen, Alecsander Rothschild, Daniela Juvall in collaboration with Rola, Nima, Mohammed, Riccardo, Klara, Fabian, Masa, Bo, Amin and Ali and Göran Söderström at Östberga fritidsgård, Per Nadén, Sophie Hardy, Björn Friborg, Amanda Borgfors Mészàros, Alvina Jakobsson, Benedetta Crippa, Anton Kolbe.

The exhibition has grown out of an award with the same name. Young Swedish Design 2018 is a co-production by Svensk Form (The Swedish Society of Crafts and Design), ArkDes, IKEA and The City of Malmö.

Catalogue