Swedish design by Daniel Svahn. This trio of work was a collaboration with Vasuma, the Swedish sunglasses label. Svahn made three different lamps from unused specs, which were auctioned off for a good cause. See more of Svahn's extensive portfolio on swedishdesign.org.
Swedish design by David Ericsson. His Whale Cabinet is really something special. Fantastically whimsical pattern design meets super high-quality cabinetmaking skills. See more on his SwedishDesign.org profile.
Swedish craft from David Taylor, one of Stockholm's foremost exponents in craft and artisanal work. This is the Table Lamp, a piece that illustrates the designer's incredible skill when working with mixes of materials. David's got some great work on his profile page over on SwedishDesign.org.
Swedish design from Staffan Holm. The split table has a structural quality about the way it seems to balance the table top which also underlines the cabinetmaking skills necessary to create this beautiful piece. See more of Staffan's work on SwedishDesign.org.
Swedish design from Daniel Enoksson Studio. Launched in Milan a few years ago Daniel's Enamel table was a huge success and continues to be one of the most popular works on SwedishDesign.org.
Swedish Fashion from SwedishDesign.org. More Maska this time and a brutishly effective white shirt/black trousers combination. She's been on the button for ages now. See more of her on Swedishdesign.org
Swedish Design by Fredrik Färg. Succession is Färg's herd of furniture, a real flight of fantasy. Each piece has a form derived from his own manufacturing process which involves wrapping each stool in rope and baking it. When the rope is removed its imprint lives on giving the incredible undulations.
Dusty Diamonds is a beautiful porcelain collection by Anna Elzar Oscarson. It's a hugely successful collection that's really put her on the map here in Sweden. If you like her work you should check out David Taylor whose profile is also on SwedishDesign.org