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Ung Svensk Form opening in Malmö

Petra Lilja pratar kort, som representant för juryn, vid öppningen av Ung Svensk Forms utställning lördag 2/4 kl 14-16. Välkomna! Invigning ca kl 14.30 Petra Lilja will give a short speech, representing the jury of the Swedisch competition Ung Svensk Form when this years will open at Form/Design Center in Malmö Saturday April 2nd, 14-16. Welcome! Link to invitation. Link to website.

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New Nordic mix- and match object launched

One year has passed since Petra Lilja Design (SE), Hugdetta (IS) and Aalto+Aalto (FI) exhibited their first collaborative object - a lamp - at Design March, Reykjavik. two more Scandinavian design weeks later they launched their fourth object along with exhibiting the whole collection at renowned SPARK DESIGN SPACE during this years Design March in Iceland.  Each design studio produced 9 candle holders in three parts (not knowing the others shape, materials or techniques) and displayed all poss

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Exhibition during Stockholm Design Week 2016

1+1+1 is an experimental collaboration between established designers from three Nordic countries - Hugdetta from Iceland, Petra Lilja from Sweden and Aalto+Aalto from Finland. During Stockholm Design Week the group launched their third volume - a collection of mirrors at Il Caffe Söder, February 9-13, Tue-Fri 8-10, Sat 9-19. The 1+1+1 project examines and re-imagines objects by having each studio design an object consisting of three distinct parts and then mixing the parts up into unpredictab

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Irrational Times at Form/Design Center

Friday November 27th the design exhibition Irrational Times by Petra Lilja and Kosmos Project (PL) and curator Magdalena Popławska will open in Malmö, Sweden. Read more about Irrational Times here.      

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Exhibition at Kalmar Konstmuseum (art museum)

„Irrational Times” is a Polish-Swedish exhibition of contemporary design based on found similarities in Slavic and Swedish culture, observed through saved elements of material culture as well as legends and myths from 6th to 10th century of our era. The objects exhibited are created by Petra Lilja Design studio based in Sweden and Kosmos Project studio based in Poland. The curatorial team is working on the project by leading constant dialogue, and is made of polish curator Magdalena Popławs