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2015 Posted on 29 Jun, 2015 22:50:09

Our cabinet UNO is now available in white pigmented oak at
Looks amazing!


2015 Posted on 29 Jun, 2015 22:50:09

Our cabinet UNO is now available in white pigmented oak at
Looks amazing!

Upcoming exhibition

2015 Posted on 18 Jan, 2015 20:35:23

Welcome to the opening in our studio at Folkungagatan 107, 4 feb at 5 pm.

Swedish Finnish dialogue on design refers to the collaboration between the Swedes (Studio Ljung&Ljung) and the Finns (Arctic Seaman). In this exhibition the designers have complete freedom to present their latest projects and objects of interest; anything between art pieces and commercial products, Swedish and Finnish tradition, function and pure esthetics.

The exhibition will feature POP lamps by Greta Ljung and Martin Hedenström Ljung, the HOI stool by Martin Hedenström Ljung, the City Trooper table lamp by Samuel Kallio and the Whatment office coat project by Wilhelmiina Kosonen.

The exhibition in Stockholm will be followed by a corresponding exhibition in Helsinki in September 2015 as part of Helsinki Design Week 2015.

Ljung&Ljung and Arctic Seaman met at Stockholm Design Week 2014 at Greenhouse. During the intensive

long days at the Fair, the next door stand neighbours shared experiences and exchanged thoughts and ideas on and beyond design in general and the existing realities of design entrepreneurship in Stockholm and Helsinki.

The S – F exhibition is the first joint workshop between the two studios. It’s goal is to encourage and enable professional networking and collaboration in Stockholm and Helsinki.

Swedish Finnish dialogue on design
New works and installations by Stockholm
based Studio Ljung & Ljung and design duo
Arctic Seaman from Helsinki.

4 feb 2015 –
5pm – folkungagatan 107

Wilhelmiina Kosonen
Samuel Kallio
Martin Hedenström Ljung
Greta Ljung

Visit Arctic Seaman

For info, photos & RSVP:

POP in London!

2015 Posted on 17 Jan, 2015 20:28:57

Lights On

10th December 2014– 7th March 2015

POP is part
of exhibition Lights On at Flow Gallery in London.

Lights On explores the phenomenal aspects of light by
bringing together functional objects with sculptural forms that use light to
sculpt and shape space in different ways.



Monday and
Tuesday : 2 – 6

Wednesday –
Saturday : 11 – 6

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London W11 2RP

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