17 May 2018, 17.30 – 18.30
Guided tour to the studio of sculptor Carl Eldh
Carl Eldh (1873-1954) was one of Sweden’s most prominent sculptors during the first half of the 20th century. The studio in which he worked and lived for more than three decades is now preserved as a museum.
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In Stockholm a colourful audiance listened to Isabell Tresse talking about her winning proposal to Prisad Färg 2017 AS IF – relection on Bangalure in India and Kviberg in Göteborg
och Hélène de Clermont-Gallerande, Chanel Paris speaking about.The changing colours of Chanel’s lipstick ranges from 1960.
Did you know that the Chanel Palette has changed considderably?. Some old goodies as ”RougeCoco” still remains, but the palette is darker to day (” Rouge noir”) than in the 1960s.
The International Colour Day will be celebrated all over the world on March 21.
Join us at NCS Colour AB in Stockholm at 5 pm.
Listen to Per Nimér, head of design at Akzo Nobel, talking about Global Colour Trends.
We will celebrate the International Colour Day by inviting a colourful guest glass artist Gunnel Sahlin.
When: March 19 at 17.30
Where: NCS Colour AB, Igeldammsgatan 30, Stockholm
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”Hortus Poetica” exhibition at Konsthantverkarna
September 18 at 5 pm we will visit Rosendal Castle in Royal Djurgården. The castle was built in the 1820s at the request of king Karl XIV Johan.
Rosendal was a pleasure palace, a retreat where to enjoy summer at Djurgården. Fredrik Blom a rather famous architect at the time was given the royal commission to design and build the castle. It was built as a prefabricated building.
To a great extent the castle stands as it was in Karl XIV Johan´s time. This makes Rosendal a unique document of Swedish Empire Stile, also called Karl Johan Stile.
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May 21 at 5 pm special guided tour at Aula Medica, the new aula of Karolinska Institutet designed by Wingårds and winner of Best Swedish Building 2013 (Årets bygge 2013). The building will be a landmark in the future Haga City. Campus architect Mårten Tiselius will guide us.(More info in Swedish)
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