Time machines

Ceramic for dummies

by Carolina Söderholm

Leg room

by Carolina Söderhölm

With her organic powder puff furniture, Anna Aagard Jensen is challenging traditional gender roles and encouraging women to take up more space in public. By changing our body language, we can also change our way of thinking, she says.

Highlights from Stockholm

by Bo Madestran, Hanna Schück

Chairs of rope, a wonderfully wacky design bar and a cathedral for sound. Form’s team sum up this year’s furniture fair in Stockholm, where we also handed out our Form Award in five categories.


by Bo Madestrand · illustrations: Kimberly Ihre

The project Misschiefs gathered ten of Sweden’s leading designers for an exhibition in the borderlands of art and design. Now they’re taking their punky design to Milan.

The survivors

by Sofia Hallström

Hair jewellers, broom binders, rope makers and cocklestove tilers. Craft genres that have looked death in the eye and survived. Now the design industry and a passionate few are securing their place in the 2020s.

Better together

by Rasmus Graakjær

Danish property company Almenr want to change the housing market. Rather than focusing on a property’s size and location, they bring together likeminded people whose values determine the design of new developments. Form’s Rasmus Graakjær met with them.

The secret life of things

by Sofia Hallström

Beer, good friends and beautiful design. That could easily summarise Jin Kuramoto. However, he also has a poetic and contemplative side clearly evident in his design.

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