Why make little repetitive patterns, when you can go big and bold? Norwegian-Danish duo Mijo Studio defy textile conventions.
Art by accident
What will tomorrow’s art museums look like? Leo Gullbring visits Liz Diller’s new art centre on top of the High Line in New York looking for clues.
From poetic light creations to recycled clothing and organic 3D prints. Leo Gullbring finds the gems at this year’s design week in Milan.
The little grey house
Emotions ran high when this year’s Kasper Salin Prize was awarded to a little private home on Gotland. But why are people so upset? Nils Forsberg called up the architect, Anna Chavepayre.
10 ways to save the world
Everyone is talking about the climate, but nobody is doing anything about it. How can designers contribute to a more sustainable future? We asked leading researchers and authorities for some advice and came up with a to-do list.
Notes for Underground
In The Kinship Project, five Swedish designers did an experiment in collective design that resulted in some unusual chairs. Salka Hallström Bornold brought them together for a therapy session on the outskirts of Stockholm.
Architect Erik Gunnar Asplund pioneered the International style in Sweden. Now, an untouched interior by him is being restored to its former glory.
Mad about Moomin
Who needs 92 Moon cups? Ida Berg insists she doesn’t. She only has 62 of them in her kitchen cupboard.
Management by fear
Managers love open-plan offices. Employees loathe them. Nils Forsberg reads a report that confirms our worst suspicions.
Making museums great again
Nille Svensson on the future for design museums
Bureaucracy at work
Nils Forsberg is upset by the fluffy nonsense published by ArkDes