Svedbergs Magazine is the forum where we take a step away from the bathroom and instead capture a global perspective. We sit down with partners, architects, and families and get their views on the bathroom or something completely different.
There’s something special about driving through the open landscape, down to the sea. The light is different and the wind bites a little harder. But gradually, as we get closer to the coast, the typical Skåne cottages with their whitewashed stone walls start to appear.
How can we change a mindset that should have been overturned many years ago, without knowing whether it might be too late? How do we alleviate the concern and sense of hopelessness that constantly remind us that we need to do more?
Soft, playful and inviting are words Johan Körner, our own design manager at Svedbergs, uses to describe this years’ design week in Stockholm.
Buying and renovating a manor house may sound a bit too spontaneous for most of us, far beyond our comfort zone, but for Anna and Lars Norrman it feels like a natural stage of their shared journey.
What makes a home feel homely? I met Heli Virtanen, interior designer and founder of Iloa360. She described the art of creating that special ”comfy, homely feeling”, and how important this is.
”It’s an elegant mix of entrepreneurship, public education and activism.” This is how Joakim Kaminsky describes the role of the architect. He is fascinated by how the profession is constantly changing and developing.
A sustainability ideal that goes the extra mile. In leafy Sege Park, just outside Malmö’s city centre, the new residential area, Knytkalaset, is taking shape. In keeping with our times, the philosophy behind this project is to make life a little bit easier in every way for the families who live here.
Helena Kolhäger, agency in the Swedish market for DutZ collection and SILK-KA flowers. Not an obvious career choice, however, a choice that turned out to be perfectly right for Helena.
Pencil black, a new totality in the bathroom. From a design perspective, it’s about delivering an experience that stretches over multiple product categories.
I’m a small-town girl and the youngest of three who grew up in Mantorp. For the last around ten years I’ve worked as a full-time freelance photographer with focus on interior design, and over the years I’ve shot many ”at home” features all over the world.
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