BAS / MARKSLÖJD
As the name suggests, Markslöjd’s BAS lamp collection is a basic range for every situation which requires unpretentious lighting that’s not in-your-face. It’s the lighting equivalent of the basic underwear, say a tee-shirt, camisol, underpants or briefs, you might have on under the more colourful and stylish clothes you wear when you are making a statement.
We felt that our collection was missing a range for use in just about every room, giving the same uncluttered feel. You can hardly say that the fittings are “designed” as such - the shapes and forms are very traditional and classic. Ideal when lighting is all you want.
All the fittings in the BAS range are white, with the same configuration and materials, just like you would expect from comfortable and classic underwear.
Candleholders made of Swedish pine. First shown in 2005 and then widely spread in magazines and shops. Watch out for the copy cats! Currently unavailable.
First sketch from 2004.
Pine table made for "the greatest hit 199-2009" solo exhibition at Designgalleriet 2009.
Skateboard made out of laser cut steel for the exhibition "Stockholm Je táime" at Gallery Pascale in 2009.
BASKETBALL / GALLERY PASCALE
Basket for Gallery Pascale.
The round holes in the basket creates a beautiful shadow when lit, and the two bigger holes are made for carrying the basket. Originally made for magazines, but can also hold wood for your fireplace.
Poverty, famine, disease and natural disasters are everyday occurances. This has made us blind. We fail to see that human race has to come together as one to make peace with mother earth and live in harmony.
The One Earth symbol is a combination of the tree of life and the peace-sign. One Earth - One Peace.
Jewellery for House of Natalia 2008.
Necklace designed for House of Natalia in 2005 for the exhibition at Wetterling Gallery during the Stockholm design week. The three Abrahamic religions united for peace. The pop queen Madonna was one of the first to have one.
Table serie for the Swedish furniture brand Karl Andersson & Söner. In collaboration with Mattias Ståhlbom of TAF Architects.
THE ARCHITECTS DOLLHOUSE
The dollhouse is made out of laser cut, white powder laqured metal.
Signed and limited edition of 100 and produced by Bunker Hill. Price on request.
A new system for home gardening. The first prototypes were presented at the Stockholm Furniture fair 2013. Material used are larch wood, powder coated expanded metal and brass.
In collaboration with Adam Almquist and Oscar Titelman.
Table made out of chip board, turned pine legs with details in brass and corc. For the exhibition "wood punk" 2013.
Exhibition 2011 at Gallery Demo, Stockholm.
Pine chair for a self portrait exhibition at Stockholm furniture fair 2004. Photo credit Pär Bäckstrand.