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Lovely Readers!

As you probably have understood lately, I have had a hard time finding time to write this blog. I really whish it would have worked because when I have the time I love writing about sustainability and how to make good choices for our planet.

Keep up the good work for our planet and thank you so much for reading my blog!!!



Where does it come from, where does it go?


My second exhibition is one of three trend-exhibitions at the Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair now in February.  The theme is ”Nature is back for good” and my outdoor area is an interpretation of the different trends of design that I see at the moment. At the same time I want to raise important questions; where does the material come from? Where does it go? Is it recyclable? With expertise help from Swedish Environment Institute I will try to, in a simplistic way, rank different kinds of materials from a sustainability perspective. I hope thereby to contribute to a better understanding and an increased awareness of the importance of choosing the right materials, for the sake of our environment. Choices that I believe is important both with producers, designers and for the consumer.

Welcome tos stand C02:43!!!


Talking Pieces!

Talking Pieces Inbjudan 1

I´m so sorry that I have been gone with the wind for like two weeks but the Swedish Furniture Fair is coming up and I just have too many things going on at the same time. I promise to be better! Here some info on one of the exhibitions that I do together with talented Lisa Hilland.

”An exhibition about meetings, cooperation and communication. The meeting between different kinds of material, different technics, the meeting between companies and the meeting between two designers. Can we influence how we communicate by designing furniture in a certain way? Talking Pieces is a series of objects/furniture that calls for us to interact, to talk more to each other. Something we believe would benefit all of us!”