Formex Formidable 2017 – the big competition of the year for interior design
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1. Villagatan 1 AG:12
Designer: Anette Gullmander
A pattern that conveys the delicate evanescence of
watercolors and the spontaneity of the splash of a paintbrush. This lively textile can be interpreted as a terrazzo mosaic or the petals of the flowers lining a garden path, depending on the eye of the beholder.
Vote for nr 1
2. Floristen & Fotografen B04:50
Designer: Linnea Persson/Peter Ericsson
Inspired by Renaissance painter Arcimboldo’s strange personal portraits using flowers and fruit, this is a contemporary trompe l’oeil, where handmade compositions are joined with photography to create an instant that changes flora to fauna.
Vote for nr 2
3. Målerås Glasbruk B06:31
Designer: Anna Kraitz
After braids and belts, Anna Kraitz is now also bringing crinoline into the design world. Her glass debut is a series of beautiful vases where Swedish handicraft is crossed with passion and French espri.
Vote for nr 3
4. Eldblå A09:24
Designer: Karin Kloth
Ease and warmth in a double woven wool throw that is a dream during cold winters. Straightforward and with no excuses, it shows the massive potential of simplicity and becomes a textile overflowing with Danish hygge.
Vote for nr 4
5. Iris Hantverk B08:31
Designer: Lovisa Wattman
This impressive brush is the perfect union between function and tradition. A well-balanced tool for the outdoor days of summer – a subduer of all breadcrumbs and leaves. Made by hand by visually impaired craftsmen.
Vote for nr 5
6. Skrufs glasbruk B05:11
Designer: Carina Seth Andersson
Pallo is a perfect sphere – a crystal ball that witnesses the new energy in the Kingdom of Crystal. It is now also available in reflective black, an additional enhancement of the classic form.
Vote for nr 6
7. Mutant B12:47
Designer: Emma Persson
Toys for children and interior design details for adults. The anteater, frog, duck and stingray lend a calm, aesthetic added value for everyone. Cuddly animals for the entire family, in the favorite armchair.
Vote for nr 7
8. Klässbols Linneväveri B04:21
Designer: Lena Bergström
The warp’s shadings in different tones create stripes and patterns – and the wealth in the skillfully coordinated color system reminds us of nature, and the changing of the seasons, from dawn to dusk.
Vote for nr 8
9. Studio Joanna Günther, B12:50
Designer: Joanna Günther
Coiling clay is an ancient handicraft and one that is carried out here with playfulness and fresh humor. A self-willed vessel that exudes power and hints of African craftsmanship.
Vote for nr 9
10. Tranquilo kitchen B15:11
Designer: Henrik Nilsson/Jennie Andersson
Enameled pans, vessels and pots serve as an invitation to a party of paella, mussels and other Southern dishes. To be used on an induction stove or as a platter – generous and inviting.
Vote for nr 10
11. Pernilla Svenre B10:50
Designer: Pernilla Svenre
Knitted sweaters with long sleeves are Pernilla Svenre’s signature. The sweaters are made on Gotland by a handful of women. The new pattern, Körsbärsblom, is a nod to both history and today in a feminine model for all occasions.
Vote for nr 11
12. Svenska Kakaobolaget C03:39
Designer: Fredrik Alverén
Chocolate is a contemporary food handicraft that offers the taste buds sensual pleasure. With a beautiful graphic design, the eye is also able to enter the rich world of the cocoa beans. Here, inspired by twilight and spilled milk.
Vote for nr 12
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