The Studio of Swedish Stylist, Lotta Agaton

It’s hard to know where to start with a place like this, especially for someone like me who has been an avid fan of Lotta’s for no less than 5 years now. Her style is amazing and her new studio is, to no one’s surprise, as chic and stylish as she is. O…

IKEA’s creative offices in Malmö cater 15 unique workspaces for individuals and group workshops

The interior of the offices for the creative team of Sweden’s IKEA was designed by Nanna Lagerman and Nina Warnolf to serve employees who need to work alone or collaboratively. Located on the fourth floor of a building that was once a bank, the creator…

At home and desktop things

Currently at home and on my desk, a few favorites I like to keep near me.

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The study of screens and the modern work place

Hem & Philippe Malouin joined forces for last week’s NYCxDesign ’17 in New York to examine varying screen solutions and what is meant by separating a space. Along the the 3D sketches and examples of space divider, the installation was outfitted with pieces from Hem’s collection with designers such as Max Lamb like the Splatter Stool, Luca Nichetto and Sylvain Willenz.


Hem’s founder Petrus Palmér along with Brittney Hart from WeWork along with Philippe Malouin spoke on a panel about the way workplace design is changing in our current a digital age where nomadic working is becoming standard. You can hear the entire talk here, hosted by Dezeen’s founder and editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs.

Vitsoe shelving

Inside The Apartment in Copenhagen, designed by Studio Ilse, has a wall of Vitsoe’s shelving and storage. Major swoon.

Pulpo

One of my favorite stores, Nest, sent over this gorgeous Pulpo Oda lamp for my desk area. For now the desk is white but I’ve been testing out muddy grey colors all week and have decided on one that will compliment the slight green hue in the glass orb …