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2021.11.07

Fifty years ago there were more than 50 glassworks in the region Småland, aptly labelled the “Swedish Kingdom of Crystal”. The rich heritage stems back to the 18th century and created a thriving industry beyond the Swedish boarders. Today there are only a few of the old glassworks left, but the industry is seeing a revival of a new generation of glass designers combining old traditions with new techniques and exciting forms. Creating a dramatic, yet subtle backdrop inspired by 19th century still life imagery, stylist Sophia Bratt and photographer Kristofer Johnsson pay hommage to the long Swedish tradition in a still-life exclusively produced for The New Era.

2021.11.07

Fifty years ago there were more than 50 glassworks in the region Småland, aptly labelled the “Swedish Kingdom of Crystal”. The rich heritage stems back to the 18th century and created a thriving industry beyond the Swedish boarders. Today there are only a few of the old glassworks left, but the industry is seeing a revival of a new generation of glass designers combining old traditions with new techniques and exciting forms. Creating a dramatic, yet subtle backdrop inspired by 19th century still life imagery, stylist Sophia Bratt and photographer Kristofer Johnsson pay hommage to the long Swedish tradition in a still-life exclusively produced for The New Era.


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Earth, Wind, Fire, Water

How do artists explore the potential of materials and our natural elements? Bringing together a number of distinguished writers and thinkers from the Nordic region, the critical anthology Earth, Wind, Fire, Water investigates nordic craft and its relationship to our natural elements. The anthology is edited by Randi Grov Berger and Tonje Kjellevold and produced by the Nordic Network of Crafts Associations and Galleri F 15. It is published by arnoldsche Art Publishers.

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Earth, Wind, Fire, Water

How do artists explore the potential of materials and our natural elements? Bringing together a number of distinguished writers and thinkers from the Nordic region, the critical anthology Earth, Wind, Fire, Water investigates nordic craft and its relationship to our natural elements. The anthology is edited by Randi Grov Berger and Tonje Kjellevold and produced by the Nordic Network of Crafts Associations and Galleri F 15. It is published by arnoldsche Art Publishers.

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“A circular economy is a process for the whole of society and we will not achieve a circular transition if we don’t collaborate.”

2020.12.19
Waste is a great resource, says Dag Duberg of Tarkett

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LAUNCHING ISSUE 03 / SEPTEMBER 2021

In issue three we investigate a world brimming with possibilities. We visit the enchanting studio of acclaimed artist Eva Lange, and we travel to an island where a house has been built in the midst of a forgotten fairy-tale garden. The design icon Pia Wallen takes us on an exclusive tour of her home and architect Thomas Sandell invites us to his seaside home that measures just 13 square metres. “It’s a professional challenge to fit in as much as possible on a small scale,” he admits. “But you don’t have to live in a huge space to thrive.” Elsewhere in the issue, we look at the tendencies shaping our future – from breaking away from the homogenisation of social media to the mass exodus from cities. “Designing is about understanding a situation,” says architect Pernilla Wåhlin Norén on our visit to her home built entirely of pine. “It’s about things like fresh air, sunlight, atmosphere and purpose – not about choosing products.”

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LAUNCHING ISSUE 03 / SEPTEMBER 2021

In issue three we investigate a world brimming with possibilities. We visit the enchanting studio of acclaimed artist Eva Lange, and we travel to an island where a house has been built in the midst of a forgotten fairy-tale garden. The design icon Pia Wallen takes us on an exclusive tour of her home and architect Thomas Sandell invites us to his seaside home that measures just 13 square metres. “It’s a professional challenge to fit in as much as possible on a small scale,” he admits. “But you don’t have to live in a huge space to thrive.” Elsewhere in the issue, we look at the tendencies shaping our future – from breaking away from the homogenisation of social media to the mass exodus from cities. “Designing is about understanding a situation,” says architect Pernilla Wåhlin Norén on our visit to her home built entirely of pine. “It’s about things like fresh air, sunlight, atmosphere and purpose – not about choosing products.”

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2020.12.30

How will we eat, live and consume 2021? How will we travel, communicate – and feel? Will we move into a culture of longer-term thinking? After a year defined by challenges, mostly spent confined in our homes, we all long for a brighter time ahead. We asked a number of creatives about their views of the year to come.

2020.12.30

How will we eat, live and consume 2021? How will we travel, communicate – and feel? Will we move into a culture of longer-term thinking? After a year defined by challenges, mostly spent confined in our homes, we all long for a brighter time ahead. We asked a number of creatives about their views of the year to come.


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