The textiles reached 6 meters up in the main hall!
Ewa Kumlin was as beautiful as a doll at the grand opening! And wearing dots!
Brokiga dolls house with hangers and drawers. Produced by Brigbys.
Brokiga memory game Puzzle Pencils and notebooks Stina Wirsén & Bonito/Bonnier Brands
photo Stefan Ek
Jeans – mend and sew again. A collaboration with Anna Petermann photo Stefan Ek
Female – model 2771/monel Unisex – model 2748/acetate Male – model 2753/metal Scandinavian Eyewear
Lexington Eyewear – Irving, acetate front with metal temple. mod. 4153
GrönaLund amusement park – Renovation and conversion of an old sausage kiosk into a café. Exterior and interior coloring as well as construction management, decor and props. New color scheme exterior with hand-painted decor and gold under roofs and on pillars. Café equipment on new shelves in the windows.
Utsmyckning och inredning vid Sachsska barn- och ungdomsmottagningen i Farsta.Ett samarbete med Stina Wirsén, illustratör och författare för Sachsska Barn och Ungdomssmottagning i Farsta.stinawirsen.se Ett avskilt väntrum för stora barn och ungdomar. Det stora väntrummet för de små barnen. Entré där alla kan nå med klädhängare i olika höjd.
Ceiling light fixture spreading a general light – produced by Watt & Veke.
An iron lampstand with spiral base and pull switch. Produced in white or black matte finish. Brokiga printed textile shade.
Water & Glitter is inspired by the North Sea, Sweden’s west coast. Placemats – in furoshiki print
Bowl and plates for serving sushi. Scandinavian Pattern Collection
BROKIGA are all different personalities and express all kinds of emotions. Empathy and tolerance are key values of the brand – everyone is welcome into Brokiga’s world! The brand wants want to convey a playful attitude to life combined with ethic principles, social responsibility and ecological thinking.Please have a look at more products from the […]
INDUSTRIAL & INTERIOR DESIGNER ANNA HÖRLING Anna has always loved working with her hands and she believes that function is as important as the aesthetics of the design process. She wants to encourage people to be more active in shaping their lives and homes. This is a constant theme in Anna’s work, both in her […]