Scandinavian lover of light!
Two dimensional dynamic installation!
Right Angle Mirror
A simple yet intriguing piece by Daniel Rybakken, that has recently become part of the Ligne-Roset collection, is the Right Angle Mirror. The idea is the reflections and shadows on surrounding walls to create the illusion of being suspended in space.
Fantastic styling from Cia Wedin. A Swedish design journalist and stylist, whose work belongs within an eco aesthetic approach and is strongly influenced by Scandinavian Modernism.
1. Forward, Clothes hanger, 2011, 2. Hangover, Clother hanger, 2011
Staffan Holm, is a young Swedish designer with a studio in Gothenburg.
His impressive work in interior architecture, industrial design and furniture design has been exhibited at Salone Satellite in Milan and at the Stockholm Furniture Fair for the last three years in a row.
The ksilofon is a clothing rack made in wood – oak sticks and plywood panels.
The bonbon is a family of lamps, colorful strings knitted manually. All with a retro allure, created by ANA KRAŠ from Belgrade.