Stockholm 2011: young Swedish designers Form Us With Love present an exhibition of their latest projects in a converted church in Stockholm this week.
Entitled A Glossary for Successful Collaborations, the show includes an outdoor lamp for Swedish metal manufacturers Westal, a concrete bench heated with water pipes and a range of modular felt pendant lamps.
The church is in the process of conversion into a centre for entrepreneurs.
Photographs are by Jonas Lindström.
The information that follows is from Form Us With Love:
During the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2011, Swedish design studio Form Us With Love presents five new projects for five different manufacturers in an exhibition called Form Us With Friends.
Located in a hidden away church in central Stockholm, the exhibiton is open by appointment from Monday feb 7 and ends with a party on Thursday feb 10. The 2011 edition is named "A glossary for successful collaborations".
”Form Us With Friends is a concept designed to bring to- gether our clients, partners and customers. This year we are focusing on the collaboration, the most important aspect of any project, showing extensive behind the scenes images, movies and prototypes” said, John, Petrus and Jonas from FUWL.
The exhibition and party is now annual and is being held in Stock- holm for the second year in a row. After the Stockholm Furniture Fair, the concept will move to Milan for the Salone del Mobile.
Companies and projects presented:
"Hexagon" for Träullit
"Hood" for Ateljé Lyktan
"Artisan" for Bolon
"Fasett" for Westal
"Gottsunda" for Santa & Cole
FORM US WITH LOVE is a design studio from Stockholm. Started in 2005 by the trio of Jonas Pettersson, John Löfgren and Petrus Palmér, the studio aims to challenge the conventional through design initiatives. FUWL partners with companies involved in the development and production of everyday objects, furniture and lighting.
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