What to do on a monday evening than try to find other places that I have’t explored, somehow it seems that the books I have on places in sweden are dedicated for a specific type of public and they are a little outdated, so I moved in another direction, that is 227 Cool, Hidden, and Unusual Things to Do in Sweden
In search of a new way to pass the time it is good to go back to original ideas – striving to create one owns grasshopper plug-in called Unicorn that will encompass some of the tools I like the most.
After visiting Arsenalen last year, I knew more or less what to expect from a military museum – but this one went above and beyong because it brought to the table more interaction with the flight machines. In swedish tradition everything in the museum was pedagocial, suited for children of all ages and more than that. If you had the posibility to go in some of the planes and test for yourself how it feels to sit in the pilot seat – how cool would that be??
You can have a recurring event, but you can’t introduce the same idea twice. For this years community print at 3D meet-up Sweden 2020 we are going bigger and more complex by introducing a new element into the construction: wood.
The internet is a big place, however just like the world it seems to revolve around one table, specifically when you have a specific set of interests. That is how I met Katie Larsen, an architectural technologist, with an interest in sustainability and vernacular architecture. https://kathrynlarsen.com/ After getting to meet digitally over skype and talking…
Original link here: https://alltomstockholm.se/pagang/fashion/?sw=stockholm%20international%20fashion
Before you begin any challenge, it is very important that you read the brief so that you understand the client/scope you are designing for. To make this understandable for you please check the following:
You don’t always win first place – sometimes you get tied for second. I love designing Halloween props or any other costume accessories. This was a really fun challenge,
The imperial collection is composed out of a ring and earrings and draws inspiration from the imperial white lily. However, even if it’s latin name is lilium regale, I grew up knowing it as Imperial lily, just goes to prove how things are sometimes lost in translation. For me it is a flower of celebration…
I have been waiting for this place to be opened to the public ever since I first saw it about 3-4 years ago. On my way to Järvsö as soon as I passed Uppsala and enter Gävle county- I saw a Chinese inspired building, surrounded by a very tall wall. Recently it has been re-opened…