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Memento mori

  • magazine : Form
  • numero : 516 - octobre 2016
  • date : 25 octobre 2016
  • catégorie : Art de vivre

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  • Design S Day

    Save the date

  • Klong

    Klong has a lingering clang

    par Susanne Helgeson
  • Bringing the gap

    The inner harbour of Copenhagen has been
    connected by a web of bridges, to the delight of the city’s
    cyclists and flaneurs. Rasmus Graakjær takes us on a walk
    in his pedestrian-friendly hometown.

    par Rasmus Graakjær
  • From riches to rags

    Textile designer Maja Sjöström was a rising star in
    early 20th century Sweden. Today she is totally forgotten.
    Pontus Dahlman traces the footsteps of a female pioneer who
    handlessly fell for a fascist dictator.

  • Secret of the unicorn

    The digital revolution is not as new as it sounds. Malin Zimm
    reminds us that we’ve been here before - and envisions how
    we all can become digital winners.

    par Malin Zimm
  • Green room

    Oslo is trying hard to become Scandinavia’s own Manhattan.
    Salka Hallström Bornold talks sustainablity with one of the hard workers
    behind the city’s green facade: Tom of Mad Arkitekter.

    par Salka Hallström Bornold
  • Sweet dreams are made of this

    The romantic tendencies are strong in jewellery, ceramics and
    fashion. It is memento mori all over again, in an era of
    roaring belief in growth and digital infinity.

    par Jenny Damberg
  • Buzz builder

    From the sculptural church to the
    fantasy scraper with a piezoelectric coiffure
    - Rahel Belatchew Lerdell emphasises the
    experiential qualities of architecture.
    Art critic Nils Forsberg and photographer
    Daniel Lundkvist visit the visionary
    architect in her Stockholm office.

  • One in a million

    What is it about The Million Programme that causes aversion,
    the inhabitants or the architecture? Writer Carlos Rojas and
    photographer Ola Bergengren find beauty behind the scenes in
    Sweden’s most demonised suburbs.

  • Chairity project

    Sami Kallio wants to create furniture by people, for people.
    His chairs are sculptures for sitting, created by a craftsman with a
    deep love for his chosen material: wood.

    par Bo Madestrand

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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