Konstfack is Sweden's largest art college in art, design and arts and crafts. Since 1844, we have trained a variety of professional groups in these fields as well as art and craft teachers. We conduct both artistic and scientific education / research and today have about 900 students and 200 employees.
ABOUT INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE AND FURNITURE DESIGN
Students work with interiors and furniture for different contexts, such as homes, schools and workplaces as well as public and common rooms. At Konstfack, you get the knowledge, methods and tools needed to work as an interior architect and furniture designer. Here you are given the opportunity to work creatively, both individually and in group together with other students.
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION DIS-PLAYED
In the exhibition Dis-played, you meet objects that play with the possibilities of craftmanship, utility and expression. We invite you to a fantasy beyond the conventional that is displayed for everyone to take part in.
See the exhibition at Superellipsen, Sergels torg, 9 - 13 Feb
Open Tue - Fri , 10 - 20. Sat 10 – 18
→ Read more and book a visit of Dis-Played here.
By - Ingrid Segring Björklund
Flaming LED lights. The electrical fireplace shows our disconnection from nature and materials. I explored woodcraft with 3D-modelling, letting a 5-axis CNC-mill render the hand.
By - Julia Hager Jutterström
Welded aluminum, burned wood. Went through fire and electricity that created strength. These objects represent a thunderstorm. The darkness of the path towards your dreams.
By - Julia Rydbo
The design is an attempt to reminisce the feeling of an embracing hug where the overall aim is to recreate the sensation of comfort and security.
By - Kristoffer Knudsen
One does simply have to be able to put something on top of an object to believe it's a shelf. Emerging from this playful idea, a room dividing shelf unit executed in pine wood and aluminum.
By - Linn Olsson
Created in the site-specific, casted aluminium and larch wood assembles a gracefully aging bench for indoor and outdoor settings. Interpreted by its situated landscape.
By - Louise Tungården
Monamon is a modular furniture, built with playful shapes that can be combined in multiple ways. A seat for one or many, you decide.
By - Stina Larsson
This is a cabinet. By using birch and steel in combination weight and lightness, fragility and robustness, craft and playfulness are expressed. The cabinet relinquishes the right to be functional. It's a solitaire, alone, with fulfilled needs: both dispensable and indispensable.