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Yes, we can

  • magazine : Form
  • numero : 415 - 2015
  • date : 01 août 2015
  • catégorie : Art de vivre

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  • Smells like Sissel’s spirit

    She has made smellscapes of cities, produced human cheeses
    and recreated the stench of male fear. Now Sissel Tolaas, smell researcher and
    designer, wants to start an institute for emotional knowledge.

    par Salka Hallström Bornold
  • Casa mia

    She started at the top, at Jean Nouvel and Herzog & de Meuron. For the past ten years,
    she has worked under her own name, and has just been involved in completing a large
    housing complex in Paris. Bo Madestrand meets Mia Hägg, one of Sweden’s most
    successful international architects, for a conversation about Slussen, social architecture
    and how to breathe new life into the Million Programme.

    par Bo Madestrand
  • Done in 5 seconds

    A candleholder in three to five seconds, a piece
    of furniture in three to five minutes. Bo Madestrand meets
    Jenny Nordberg, the designer who explores the
    missing link between industry and craft.

    par Bo Madestrand
  • We live in a political world

    The times they are a-changin’. Here’s a new generation that
    wants to make a difference in society. Students from the fashion
    and design academies in Sweden address everything from
    gender issues to meat consumption and poverty.

    par Salka Hallström Bornold
  • Starcraft

    Tribute owers, a clever necklace and zen ceramics
    – the Form team has gone news hunting again.

    par The Form Team
  • Welcome to Metalville

    The brass foundry of Skultuna was founded by a malicious
    monarch in 1607. Today, the factory produces contemporary products
    in cooperation with the Swedish designer elite. What happened in between?
    Salka Hallström Bornold and Carl Hjelte search for Skultuna’s sinuous
    history along the riverbanks of Svartån.

    par Salka Hallström Bornold
  • Gimme shelter

    Of course you can change the world with architecture.
    The Finnish firm Hollmén Reuter Sandman explains
    how and hope that others will follow.

    par Bo Madestrand
  • The fibre revolution

    The conventional textile industry is devastating to the environment.
    But a brighter future is approaching – fabrics that can purify water, measure
    ECG or conduct electricity. Annica Kvint tells of the revolution that is
    taking place in the School of Textiles in Borås.

    par Annica Kvint
  • Game of stones

    A new brood of Swedish jewellery designers
    make the scene. Stina Persson Helleday and Marcus Palmqvist
    show some of their intriguing works.

  • Art star on the move

    Ulrika Elovsson is leaving her position as creative director at Issey Miyake’s
    former studio Reality Lab. The curtain is going up for something new. This fall, we get
    to see the textile designer’s contribution to the exhibition Utopian Bodies, made out
    of materials that she buried around the world – from the Dead Sea to Santa Fe.

    par Nils Forsberg
  • Sofia Hedman

    Futurism, Bruegel and archaic jewels - there's a new curator in town, who takes inspiration from history.

    par Sofia Hallström
  • Danish steel

    Vipp has come a long way since the first
    pedal bin was made in the thirties. Form
    visits Vipp shelter, the Danish company's
    new venture.

    par SH
  • Playtime in Paris

    A nordic pavilion is currently being made according to the game of whispers principle, inspired by Michel Foucault.

    par Salka Hallström Bornold
  • One in a million

    The altruistic designer from Helsinki was chosen for the grand prize. Ilkka Suppanen
    is on his way to gothenburg this fall.

    par Salka Hallström Bornold
  • Team Razavi

    Very very gold designer Farvash Razavi is
    back – as football manager for the team
    swedish heartists. "that's what drives me, to
    find loopholes in the rules", she says.

    par BM

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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