Our lamps are manufactured in collaboration with Göteborgs Kyrkliga Stadsmission. Here we have a craftmanlike production that contributes to create peace and quiet in which to work and room for reflection.
The lamps are then signed by the person who made it, creating pride of work but also the invigorating feeling of being part of something. Trace the full story of each lamp with its ID number, from waste material, production and the final interior.
Up very north of Sweden you find the nature resort Vuoggatjålme. They expanded their restaurant and found our lamps so suitable for the interior. These three k[not] waste in white combined with our lamps in birch bark. Tooba and Jenny from Göteborgs Stadsmission made the lamps in the macramé technique. Photo Per Lundström.
Slow seams, Happy waste and Slow [birch] bark for a private summerhouse.
Happy Indigo [small] was made for a mockup room in Amsterdam.
The white “k[not] waste” are hanging here from the high ceiling at PP Skeppsbron in Åhus, a town in the southern part of Sweden. The client just fell in love with this lamps when she visited Niehku Mountain Villa [see # 30-33]. After a long research she found us and we could fulfill her dream! These are made by G, her first two lamps made for us.
Slow tan [large] for a private client.
Slow seams [large] for Mölndals Stad. Made by Mari.
To the new large office of “Kretslopp & Vatten” here in Gothenburg we have delivered two differents lampshades; “Slow tan” and “Happy indigo” [see below]. When they move in November we will go and see the together with Melinda, YuXia, Sabah and Lahib who made these lamps.So looking forward seeing them in place.
Slow tan for a private client. Handmade by Sabah.
Slow tan [large] for a private client.
To the newly opened conference center in Gothenburg, Gårda Konferens, we delivered our first extra large “slow tan”, 90 cm in diameter. While YuXia was working with the lamp at the workspace Ergon, driven by Göteborgs Stadsmission it felt gigant, but as soon it was installed in their large room it shrinked a lot! So from now you can order this extra large lamp from us!
To Denim City in Amsterdam our Lill delivered herself our lamp “slow seams”. It was installed in their “very-important” meeting room. This lamp is made in different shades of jeans seams and it was Veronica from Ergon who made this lamp and she was the one to suggest to mix more seams in different blue colors. And this one has a copper colored lampshade – really nice too!
From one another partner to Göteborg Stadsmission, ICA Kvantum Munkebäck, we got an order of three lamps to their café-corner. Two lamps were special lamps made of yarn and the third was our ordinary lamp in black leather in 3th grade from Tärnsjö tannery. Yu Xia and Veronica from Ergon made this lamps.
From ICA Maxi Torslanda, one partner of Göteborg Stadsmission” we got a larger order to their new deli-department. Yu Xia, Faride and Lisbeth from the work-space Ergon made all this lamps for this project. We all went out there to see them in real life.
To the new exciting hotel, Niehku Mountain Villa, up at Riksgränsen in the very north of Sweden we had the pleasure to deliver four of our macramé lamps,”k[not] waste”, made of yarn ropes, a leftover material from Kasthall. The got a premium place at the hotel, hanging from the high-ceiling in the restaurant. Made by Faride and Yu Xia from the workspace Ergon.
When Textilmuseet in Borås rearranged their shop they wanted to highlight our work with waste and our collaboration with Kasthall in Kinna, a community south of Borås. Our yellow lamp, Happy waste, is made by leftover yarn och manufactured at Ergon, the working space at Göteborgs Stadsmission and made by Lucina.
Slow [black tan [small]. Our own examples.
Slow tan [small] for a private client.
Our very first serie of lamps were made in collaboration with a Swedish prison. A new experience for us as designers and also the insight that design really can make a change. This was the start of SKRYTA [slow design]. All lamps were sold in short period of time.
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