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Jean-Philippe Demeyer interprets Tolvekarna in exhibition at Svenskt Tenn
The Belgian artist and designer Jean-Philippe Demeyer’s love of nature is evident in the Al Fresco exhibition, which opens at Svenskt Tenn today. Al Fresco is an interpretation of Tolvekarna, Svenskt Tenn founder Estrid Ericson’s summerhouse. For the exhibition, Demeyer has, among other things, designed close to 30 exclusive cushions that will be for sale.
Chairs by Josef Frank exhibition opens – with the launch of three new chairs from the historical archive
This year’s first exhibition at Svenskt Tenn highlights Josef Frank’s philosophy for chair design and comfort. The full breadth of Josef Frank’s chair design will be shown, along with three new Josef Frank chairs launched from the historical archive.
Svenskt Tenn launches the Famna 2020 sofa, designed by TAF
On behalf of Svenskt Tenn, the design duo TAF – Gabriella Gustafson and Mattias Ståhlbom – have designed the Famna 2020 sofa with accompanying pouf. The furniture’s design is playful with a focus on craftsmanship and sustainability. Famna 2020 will be presented in an exhibition at the store running from 4 February – 22 March.
Now it’s Christmas at Svenskt Tenn
This year’s Christmas at Svenskt Tenn offers an unconventional colour palette where yellow, pink and blue tones are mixed with traditional red and green elements and classic Svenskt Tenn materials. Gathered here are Sam Wilde’s fruit-inspired Garden of Eden Christmas collection, Maja Sten’s Milky Way, and advent stars in timeless Josef Frank prints.
Liselotte Watkins moves into Svenskt Tenn
Liselotte Watkins’ first home accessories collection, Via Sallustiana, is being launched in the autumn at Svenskt Tenn, for Svenskt Tenn. The collection and exhibition, which are named after Liselotte’s home address in Rome, reflect the life of a woman, mother and artist with inspiration from Liselotte’s own childhood.
Welcome to the biosphere – an exhibition at Svenskt Tenn about meat consumption, palm oil, plastic, norms, ethics and the economy
Carbon dioxide emissions and meat consumption, ethics and the economy: These are some of the themes that are explored in Welcome to the biosphere, a climate exhibition by artists Eric Ericson and Lars Arrhenius. The exhibition, which is based on research from the Beijer Institute, opens at Svenskt Tenn on August 22, 2019.
Lars Nilsson designs textile collection for Svenskt Tenn
Fashion designer Lars Nilsson has experience from leading fashion houses including Nina Ricci, Christian Dior, Bill Blass, Ralph Lauren, Christian Lacroix and Balmain. He has also created his own men’s fashion line, Mr Nils. Active in Paris, London and New York since 1985, Nilsson is now venturing into interior design with his first interior textile collection, created for Svenskt Tenn in Sweden.
New Josef Frank interpretations offered by international textile talents
A new world of prints with influences from Asia, Europe and North America is taking shape as Svenskt Tenn has invited international design students to create contemporary interpretations of classic Josef Frank prints. Three of resulting designs are now added to Svenskt Tenn's regular range of fabrics and textile interior products.
Svenskt Tenn opens Christmas market featuring 90 years of design
The annual Christmas market now opens at Svenskt Tenn, brimming with desirable gifts and timely ornaments for the upcoming holidays. Among the featured items for this season, nearly a century of Scandinavian design is represented – from an all-new pewter box by Norwegian designer Marianne Andersen to Nils Fougstedt’s pewter casket, a vintage creation dated 1927.
Svenskt Tenn opens furnishings studio
This autumn, Svenskt Tenn will open a furnishings studio to provide even better customer service and shorter delivery times. The atelier is staffed by three skilled craftsmen, all of whom have recently fled to Sweden.
Linen textile and ’Corrugated cabinet’ lend inspiration to new wallpapers
Inspiration may come from many different sources. Svenskt Tenn has found it in its own range, resulting in six new wallpapers in various colours. They are intended to complement the other patterns and furniture designs by Svenskt Tenn. For a perfect match, the tones selected for the new wallpapers are adapted from other parts of the range.
Six pieces of furniture, four different interior styles
When Svenskt Tenn’s Interior Design Studio takes on a new assignment, there are often some existing furniture or interior details which should be preserved. Coupled with the needs and personality of each client, such legacy becomes the foundation for an interior that is like no other. Now Svenskt Tenn showcases four interior styles, using six selected pieces of furniture in different versions.
Svenskt Tenn adds Josef Frank flowers to wallpaper range
In connection with this year’s Summer exhibition, entitled “Bord Duka Dig” (Table Be Set), Svenskt Tenn presents three additions to its wallpaper range: Josef Frank’s “Stjärnmattan” – “Star Canvas” – print together with the classic “Eldblomman” and “Elefanter” prints which come in new colors.
New additions to gift range in time for spring celebrations
Svenskt Tenn has assigned the designer duo Nina Jobs and Stina Sandwall to create a set of pewter objects which make for suitable gifts, ideal for the upcoming spring and summer events. The resulting ”Silhuett” series includes a jug, a candle holder and a box, made of pewter with brass details.
Champagne and iced tea now served outdoors at Svenskt Tenn
On May 30, Svenskt Tenn’s Tea Room opens its outdoor seating at Strandvägen in Stockholm. An addition for this season is that guests can enjoy a glass of wine or Champagne, along with the city view over Nybroviken bay.
Josef Frank’s textile print ”Baranquilla” returns to Svenskt Tenn
The classic textile print Baranquilla by Josef Frank is now reintroduced by Svenskt Tenn. It was designed in 1943-1945 and most recently produced in the 1980s. The textile is displayed in a new interior exhibition created by Austrian architect Claudia Cavallar, who is also an authority on the works of Josef Frank.
Swedish Modern colouring book published by Thames & Hudson
Art book publishers Thames & Hudson now introduces Swedish Modern, an exclusive colouring book intended for adult design enthusiasts. The book contains images, sketches and texts documenting Josef Frank’s designs and Estrid Ericson’s interiors. It is now available at Svenskt Tenn and set for February 17 release at international bookstores and museum outlets.
Harri Koskinen collaborates with Svenskt Tenn to stage Shadow Play
Svenskt Tenn now introduces two new lighting items designed by Harri Koskinen. A floor lamp and a table lamp, where shades resemble Monstera foliage, are now added to the range. These designs are debuted in the Shadow Play exhibition, displayed with other Svenskt Tenn items and Koskinen-designed furniture upholstered with classic Josef Frank textiles.
Svenskt Tenn’s Christmas market opens with new seasonal collection
The annual, abounding Christmas market is now open at Svenskt Tenn. Scents of carnation and cinnamon flow from the Tea Room, and on the tables in the store gallery, a collection of Christmas ornaments for the new season designed by Carina Seth Andersson and Jakob Solgren, is showcased together with Christmas gifts by Eric Ericson, Josef Frank and Eva Schildt.
Svenskt Tenn adds Concierge desk for in-store pickup of online orders
Svenskt Tenn now adds in-store pickup as an option for online customers. They will be served by the new Concierge desk – or may just stop by in the street and have items brought to their cars. To enable this new service, the Svenskt Tenn store has been rearranged, which also has enabled the Interior Design Studio to move into an expanded space making its services more easily available.