Objecthood started in 2010 as a community for freelancing designers, but we soon transformed it into a design studio. None of us really knew each other, but it still worked extremely well and here we are, 10 years later and really proud. For most of the time we have worked remotely and from different countries – Italy, Germany, Spain and Norway. Despite this, or perhaps thanks to it, the collaboration has worked. It has forced us to distribute roles and become more effective, while at the same time inspiration has flown from many directions.
While some are at the beach, others are at Formex… Launch of our Skultuna mobiles in silver.
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Objecthood was invited to design three cafe interiors at the Ambiente Fair in Frankfurt, Germany. View the whole project and images under our portfolio.
This stylish publication celebrates the wide-reaching impact Nordic design has had on the world scene, and heralds the arrival of a new generation of designers – as well as the magazine editors and bloggers chronicling their every move.
The enduring appeal of Nordic design lies in its simplicity, minimalist approach and quality of materials, as well as the sustainable production methods that are so much part of the Scandinavian way of life.
The book features over 70 designers and commentators from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland – and beyond – both established and up and coming. Whether they work in interiors or product design, or comment on both in magazines or blogs, they all share a passionate commitment to a design style that still carries huge international appeal.
(Text from Thames & Hudson)
Objecthood has designed the exhibition for Stolab at Input Gallery, Stockholm, for the second time. See more images here
Objecthood’s new design for Skultuna was showed for the first time at Formex. The Mobiles are made of solid brass.