Linus Fridén from Konstfack Interior Design took the victory in Prisad Färg with his proposal BLÅ [blo:] that takes the viewer on a journey in the blue world.
The competition contribution conveys solid knowledge, creates strong experience and participation. It ranges from a pedagogical account to a poetic presentation, says the jury.
Prisad Färg is a competition in color designe for students and recently graduates in design, architecture, visual communication and art. The awards ceremony was held in connection with the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, Greenhouse on February 5, 2019.
2:nd prize Linnea Andersson HDK, Göteborg with her proposal I DO
Jury’s justification: The blue color inspires unexpected opportunities. It breaks new roads. The leaves are not green they are intensely blue and create patterns that overflow and do not settle on a given surface. The color gives energy. The result is unrestrained, boundless and demandlessly positive.
3rd prize Michelle Lundin, Linnea Englund, Maria Elander, Matilda Olsson, Lisa Johansson, Architecture, Chalmers with their proposal
Sky, Sea, Rain
Jury Justification: We are fooled into thinking that we see everything the same. This contribution shows what diversity our experiences and associations represent. 100 people in Gothenburg with similar background experienced heaven, sea and rain in a blue scale in infinitely many ways. This survey shows that we see the same things but experience it differently. This shows the wide color palette we see.
This is the tenth book in a series of Swedish Counties and their colours. The authors interior designer Lena Anderson and human geographer Marja Lindblom give us a quick tour to the Royal Villa of Soliden, Halltorps Hage with its giant oak trees, Museum of Öland, Himmelsberga.
Previous books deal with Bohuslän, Gotland, Dalarna, Lappland, Närke, Skåne, Södermanland, Värmland and Västergötland. Theese small books are intended as inspiration for diving into each province´s sights and activities, offering colour suggestions and functioning as tourist guides.
Texts in Swedish and English
More info at www.svenskalandskapsfarger.se
Parallel with the renovation of the Swedish National Museum, extensive work on creating completely new presentations of museum collections has taken place behind the scenes. Visitors notice that, among other things, the different art forms appear side by side alongside a chronological story.
And the museum is colour-coded!
Isabel Treste won the competition Prisad Färg with her project As if and had the opportunity to attend the NCS Color Academy course Colour Design Workshop 2018.
During five intense days in June a bunch of color enthusiasts gathered from different parts of the world in Mariefred, including architects, teachers, colorists and artists from, for example, the United States, China and Israel.
– The days were filled with lectures, workshops and conversations about colour, colour and light design. In the evenings we had lovely dinners together and continued the conversation, says Isabell.
At the end of the course, each participant made his own project.
-It was amazing fun to share everyone’s work and to hug ideas with each other and with teachers.
-The course gave me a lot of inspiration on how to use NCS / System as a tool in my design process. I also had a greater desire to work with color and greater understanding of the complexity and possibilities of the color world.
-Together with all the exciting meetings and conversations with participants and teachers, this became clear the summer’s highlight!
If you love to sort your books according to colour, try to do so also with your music. You will find a colour-sorting system at Predominantly
A midnight album A fuchia album
Sven Harrys Art Museum
28 Nov 2015—7 Feb 2016
Olle Olsson Hagalund could be called an expressive naivïst, but the word “unique” would also suffice. Few artists in Sweden have been so loved by so many! Olle Olsson’s oeuvre is distinguished by his warm attitude to people. This winter’s exhibition at Sven-Harry’s Art Museum invites the public to enjoy works of art from private collections that have rarely been shown.