11 Nordic Design Collective designers are selected to join the exhibition in London at the Tent Popup Store (22-25 September). Meet the first six below!
In this first round-up of the participating designers we are focusing on kitchen life and the gems for every home – ceramics and vases! For a bit of extra bling, they are also bringing high end jewellery.
By May is a new brand by Swedish designers Johanna Örn and Maria Bergström, both educated at Konstfack and Swedish School of Textiles.
Their focus is on creating unique and functional home interior products with Scandinavian pattern design in refined colour and material combinations, and one of their top products is the Polygon collection with place mats in silicone and more.
The Scandinavian ÄGGCØDDLER (derived from its less-famous English relative – the egg coddler) is a simple idea – it’s a porcelain cup with a lid in which amazing egg delicacies are born. ÄGGCØDDLERs are great for breakfast, brunch, a snack, or whenever you feel a little peckish and want a treat.
After her studies of ceramics Capellagården School for Craft and Design, Camilla Engdahl worked with clay for years. Somehow, she felt it wasn’t enough and continued to study interior design at HDK in Gothenburg. The two different areas complement each other and makes her work even stronger.
Creation and new ideas has always fascinated Eva Levin, the designer behind the brand Scandinaviaform. She is intrigued by how creations impact a room and the atmosphere of a house.
She strives to make products that make the individual feel special, acting as a nishing touch to a room and provide positive inspiration.
Metal designer Jenny Kåberg got her degree in Silversmithing and Metalwork from the prestigious Camberwell College of Arts, part of the University of the Arts London in year 2000.
After moving back to Sweden she spent many years creating sculptural work, but have for the last few years ventured into the jewellery world and love the immediate expression.
She is bringing both metal vases and jewellery to the exhibition in London.
SAGA MELINA was founded by Saga Gevargez in 2014. A traffic accident in 2011 got Saga damaged and changed her life. She could no longer continue her work for the UN.
The damage to the brain took her good memory, but instead she got a owing creativity. She began practicing silversmithing and stone mount. With a great passion for creating modern jewellery she began the journey of the brand SAGA MELINA.