SCANDINAVIAN COLLECTION DESIGNERS II

Scandinavia is known for its many prominent designers in the textile and furniture design. The collection Scandinavian Designers II from Boråstapeter includes 14 patterns that are created over the decades, the 40s, 50s and 60s, but which is just as popular today. The theme of the collection is the green plant life, flowers and leaves that are consistently in most designs.

Scandinavia is known for its many prominent designers in the textile and furniture design. The collection Scandinavian Designers II from Boråstapeter includes 14 patterns that are created over the decades, the 40s, 50s and 60s, but which is just as popular today. The theme of the collection is the green plant life, flowers and leaves that are consistently in most designs.

- Highlight the nature into the home is a trend that we see in many genres. In Scandinavian Designers II, we see it including Stig Lindberg's Bower as many drunk a drop of coffee from but now comes as a beautiful wallpaper in five different colors. The pattern of rhubarb Gocken Jobs is another lush pattern of our most beloved garden plants such as lady's mantle, iris, violet, monkshood and rhubarb. A third plant designs are Bladranker from Arne Jacobsen, where a small inconspicuous thin plant is lifted up to the beautiful art of Arne's hand, says Sissa Sundling.

For nearly four years ago launched the collection Wallpapers by Scandinavian designers.

Scandinavian Designers II is available in stores from 15 June.

A little more about the designers below

Stig Lindberg

It's been a century since the imaginative thousand artist was born but he is more in the news than ever. Literally. His timeless design is just as relevant and beloved by the people who in the 50s when his textiles, everyday china, children's book illustrations and televisions filled the Swedish People's homes. And now his playful, slightly surreal, insanely beautiful and decorative patterns to put up on everyone's wall. Wallpaper for everyone to love. Just as we believe that the Stig had wanted.

Arne Jacobsen

He is world-renowned Danish architect and designer who created the design history with their furniture, textiles and silverware. He was so timeless in its design to his work today feels absolutely contemporary even though it almost passed a three quarters of a century since his heyday. It is said that when the stern father forbade his son to be "only" artist made the future design icon revolt by painting the walls of his bedroom white to have something to draw on. Now his designs become wallpaper and we venture to guess that the young Arne in particular had been very happy with that.

Viola Gråsten

Viola Gråsten began a new era in the Swedish textile art with his modernist approach, flowing shapes and unusual color combinations. Born and educated in Finland, Viola came to Sweden in 1944 when the war had made the wool to a short supply in their home country. She put her boldly colorful and imaginative signature on everything from rugs to långluggade fabrics and rugs and quickly became one of Sweden's most acclaimed textile artists. In 1947 Viola was hired by the renowned designer Astrid SAMPE on NK's textile chamber where she sensationally renewed department store rugs and printed fabrics.

Gocken & Lisbet Jobs

The sisters Lisbet and Gocken trained as a potter in the 1930s, but the work was made more difficult when the supply of glaze was limited during World War II. Astrid SAMPE, director of NK's Textile, suggested that they would transfer their flower motifs from ceramics to textiles. Their colorful, hand-printed fabrics became a long-awaited joy reaction in the postwar period where decorative elements were needed to soften the functionalist building art that emerged.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
(Photo: Boråstapeter)

 

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