Before the world could have post-war Swedish design, it needed a post-war Swedish power tool, writes Tim Abrahams
Annica and Marie Eklund, the flooring company’s directors spoke to us as they launched three new collections in Stockholm
Magnus Wästberg, the man behind the eponymous brand, believes that lamps must respond to our primeval instincts
In the lead-up to Stockholm Furniture Fair this week, Jonna Dagliden Hunt visited an old working-class area on the city's Södermalm island, where artists and designers have transformed the industrial buildings into one of the world’s hippest hangouts. Her articles and these photos by Christopher Hunt appear in our latest issue
Emerging talent, in the Form Us With Love-designed “Greenhouse” space, and tableware made of sulfur were among the most intriguing displays at the Swedish capital’s annual exhibition
The furniture giant’s products are usually clever and design-focused, so why is its name still trapped in an outdated yellow lozenge? It’s time to take a modular approach, says Daniel Freytag
William Siesjö sweats it out in Raumlabor’s new project, a “bastu” inspired by the harbour’s industrial past – and a place to discuss its future
Kjellgren Kaminsky has added a striking spruce-clad hotel to Gert Wingårdh’s country club in the southern Swedish countryside
Johan Celsing's crematorium for a UNESCO-listed cemetery in Sweden is a delicate balance of technical and emotional demands
Work by Formafantasma, the Campana brothers, Max Lamb and Vivienne Westwood are on display as part of an exhibition at the spectacular Artipelag gallery in Sweden that shows off design that embraces rather than exploits nature. Curator Lidewij Edelkoort told us more about it
The design practice has launched a series of lights for Swedish brand Zero at Stockholm Furniture Fair
In advance of their appearance at Stockholm Furniture Fair next week, the Copenhagen-based design duo told us about their latest collection: Strike, a series of lights that eliminate the need for a shade
Fascinated by the historical resonance of objects, the Swedish designer has created her own mythical artefacts
Tham & Videgård Arkitekter’s summerhouse in the Swedish archipelago reinterprets the region’s traditional styles.
The village of Harads has become an unlikely destination of architectural pilgrimage, all because of some rather beautiful tree houses.