Studio Supersju is a woven interpretation of Carl Malmsten’s furniture and philosophy. The works challenge contemporary weaving and use the shop as a platform to reintroduce contemporary crafts into our everyday objects. The group made seven rugs, all based on a common theme, from 3D pieces with fibre optics to colour effects where the twist of the yarn de-termines the shade. The purpose of the group includes passing on technical and material skills, and together they create platforms for communicating the craft of weaving to the public.
A series of garments with reflections on national identity based on studies of pattern traditions in Mexico and Scania. The word Huipil comes from the language of the Aztecs – Nahuatl, and means “a woman’s blouse.”
A new take on lace stitching and a marriage between lace and felted wool, where sheer meets compact. The technique offers recycling potential with the use of waste pieces and used leather products.
Hand tufted rug in pure wool and linen, wall decoration and sound absorber. The idea came from six different weaving techniques of designer Gunilla Lagerhem Ullberg, developed during her years as creative leader at Kasthall.