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A bright future

  • magazine : Form
  • numero : 618 - décembre 2018
  • date : 05 décembre 2018
  • catégorie : Art de vivre

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  • Save Ereskine’s village

    Architect Ralph Erskine's brilliant arts center Skaparbyn is for sale.
    But who will buy it, and how will it be put to use? Nils Forsberg
    presents a modest proposal.

    par Nils Forsberg
  • A sinking ship

    Olafur Eliasson's Gesamtkunstwerk is a towering failure.

    par Rasmus Graakjær
  • A self-playing piano

    Renzo Piano's seductive architecture is on show in London.

    par Daniel Golling
  • Form follows emojis

    The new museum in Helsinki is an Instagram success

    par Daniel Golling
  • King of New York

    With his logo for New York City, Milton Glaser created an immortal
    symbol for the city that never sleeps. Now, at 89, he is still hard at work,
    exhibiting and creating anti-Trump posters.

    par Martin Brusewitz
  • Future’s so bright

    Three years ago at the Salone del Mobile in
    Milan, her lighting system Block was nominated
    for an innovation award. Then it was like
    someone pulled the plug. Where did Johanna
    Jacobson Backman go?

    par Nils Forsberg
  • Light from the east

    The sun, the wind, the water – those are a few of his favourite things.
    Hiroshi Sambuichi, recipient of the 2018 Daylight Awards, incorporates
    elemental flow and nature's fluctuations into his architecture.

    par Nils Forsberg
  • 18 and over

    What were the best, loveliest and smartest things
    that happened in 2018? And what do you hope for next year?
    We asked 16 Nordic designers and architects
    – and got as many answers.

    par Emilia Engblad Béranger
  • Money for nothing ?

    If you want a sustainably produced chair, you’ll have to
    cough up. But who says four wooden legs and a cushion also
    have to cost an arm and a leg?

    par Bo Madestrand
  • Larvae lamps

    Lamps made of streptococci, salmonella, or why not coli
    bacteria? Jan Klingler transforms contagiously disgusting
    lth into beautiful light art, while at the same time opening
    the doors to a postanthropocene design that questions the
    design world’s many dogmas.

    par Leo Gullbring

A propos du magazine

Form
Form FORM is the meeting between the industry's top writers and photographers. It is one of the oldest design magazines in the world, founded in 1905. FORM is a Stockholm based, covering architecture and design with a special focus on the Nordic region.

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