Housed within a 1920’s former bank, Tokyo welcomes new boutique hotel designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune inspired by “aimai” (erasing borders) featuring a series of micro-spaces including a cafe, retail and fine dining.
Recently in Australia to visit Euroluce, Swedish lighting designer Magnus Wästberg brought with him copies of his lighting design manifesto, Lamps for Neanderthal Man.
Originally inspired by the classic Argentinian design, Swedish entrepreneur Lars Kjerstadius went on to dedicate 10 years of his life to perfect the fusion of the whimsical butterfly design and the comfort of a cloud for the Mariposa chair.
Introducing Move On, On Point and Carry On – a furniture trio designed by the Stockholm based architect and designer Mattias Stenberg.
The Gap Collection, from Sweden’s Swedese, is an all-around design favourite, and thanks to its unique customisation options is a perfect fit for any contemporary commercial fitout.
To honour the recent passing of IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad, we take a closer look at just what makes Swedish interior design so special.