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Erik Andersson Exhibition Design


Exhibition Living Colour (STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN) 2001

PROGRAM Exhibtion CLIENT Målarmästarna ARCHITECTS Design Project Architect Design Team SIZE 100 m2

Erik Andersson Erik Andersson Markus Moström Anders Malmströmer


Exhibition Living Colour (STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN) 2001

Målarmästarna, the trade and employers’ association of the Swedish painting contractors, commisioned us to design an exhibition space at the Living Colour 2001 in Stockholm. The exhibiton space had several different programs, which called for a strong form to keep them together. MåleriTREND 2002 was developed by Monica Dare together with eleven individuals of different ages and with creative proffessions. Each one got a 1.4x1.4m space to decorate. Lena Andersson, Helene Billgren, Pontus Djanaieff, Natasha Dumas, Pernilla Glaser, Tom Hedqvist, Josefin Hinders,

Ylva Liljefors, Sara Lindell, Charlotte Pettersson and Gert Wingårdh. Graphic design by Markus Moström and Anders Malmströmer.


Exhibition Excellent Swedish Design (STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN) 2003

PROGRAM Exhibition CLIENT

Svensk Form

ARCHITECTS SIZE

Design Project Architect Design Team

Erik Andersson Erik Andersson Markus Moström

40 tables 1200x800mm and 10 carpets 1200x3600

© Patrik Enqvist


Exhibition Excellent Swedish Design (STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN) 2003

Founded in 1845, the Swedish Society of Crafts and Design is often described as the oldest design organisation in the world. In 2003, the society once again singled out the best in Swedish design through its Excellent Swedish Design awards program. The results were presented in a travelling exhibition and catalogue, designed by Erik Andersson Architects. A survey on the national identity of different countries showed that Swedes have a different attitude towards their native land as compared to that of other nationalities. Clouds are both highly Swedish (beautiful

nature being the one thing Swedes regard as a hallmark of their identity) and exceptionally international (being completely borderless), and were therefore singled out as a conceptual basis for the exhibition. The winning designs were presented on plexiglass tables – light as clouds – that almost disappeared in favour of the exhibited objects. The exhibition was designed to minimize transportation and its harmful impact on the environment. The whole exhibition of 20 tables and 10 carpets fitted into a 1200 x 800 x 1200mm plywood box.

© Erik Andersson


Exhibition Stig Lindberg Dunkers Kulturhus (HELSINGBORG, SWEDEN) 2006-2007

PROGRAM Exhibition CLIENT

Dunkers kulturhus

ARCHITECTS Design Project Architect Design Team SIZE 670 m2

Erik Andersson Erik Andersson Zahra Najafgholi Andrej Malinin Silvia Las Heras

Š Erik Andersson


Exhibition Stig Lindberg Dunkers Kulturhus (HELSINGBORG, SWEDEN) 2006-2007

After the Stig Lindberg exhibition at the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm we were asked to design a new exhibition for Dunkers Kulturhus, with the emphasis on making something that differed from the exhibition in Stockholm. We decided to design a number of free-standing vitrines in MDF, which would be painted white and have built-in fluorescent lights. Photographs of Stig Lindberg will be printed out in 1:1 and placed with his eyeline exactly 1.70m above the floor. This creates a playful layout since the pictures will vary in size and placement. The display cabinets will be placed in the

shape of a large S, making it possible to choose between a linear or non-linear way of moving through the exhibition.

Š Erik Andersson


Exhibition Swedstyle (STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN)

2003

PROGRAM Exhibition CLIENT Swedstyle ARCHITECTS SIZE

Design Project Architect

Erik Andersson Erik Andersson

50 m2

Š Erik Andersson


Exhibition Swedstyle (STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN)

2003

A simple black box exhibition stand which defines its own borders through a continuous line.

Š Erik Andersson


Fashion Exhibition (ROME, ITALY) 2004

PROGRAM

Fashion Exhibition

CLIENT

Swedish Institute

ARCHITECTS SIZE

Design Project Architect Design Team

Erik Andersson Erik Andersson Markus Moström

100 m2

© Erik Andersson


Fashion Exhibition (ROME, ITALY) 2004

Hjördis Agustdottir is one of Sweden¹s most intriguing fashion designers. For this Rome exhibition in 2003, Svezia Oggi [Sweden Today], Agustdottir offered a highly personal interpretation of contemporary Sweden through ten creations, visualizing her thoughts on ten different phenomena unique to this country: nature, water, winter darkness, the Northern lights, summer light, care, equality, functionality, innovation, and the concept of lagom [appr. in between, or just right]. The designs were accompanied by texts written by Ingrid Giertz-Mårtensson, while the

architectural auxiliary took the shape of a sculpture in which an integrated lighting system supported the display of each creation. Graphic design by Markus Moström.

© Erik Andersson


Exhibition Stig Linberg National Museum (STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN)

2006-2007

PROGRAM Exhibition CLIENT Nationalmuseum ARCHITECTS Design Project Architect Design Team SIZE 300 m2

Erik Andersson Erik Andersson Magnus Larsson Nora Klimt

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Exhibition Stig Linberg National Museum (STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN)

2006-2007

Take a system that generates a product of some sort, and then feed the product back into the system to create a new product. This is feedback, and within cybernetics, among other areas, it is often used to create exciting results. So what has that got to do with Swedish designer Stig Lindberg? Lindberg often used feedback as part of his creative method. Colours and lines, symbols and geometric patterns kept coming back, but in new shapes, new iterations. The exhibition is based on the same idea. A labyrinthine

ashtray designed by Lindberg was blown up and made to hold the entire exhibition. The result is a feedback journey through space and time, with recycling at its centre. Just as it was for Stig Lindberg.

Š Erik Andersson

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Erik Andersson Architect office in Sweden

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