Konstfack's restaurant ‘The Plant’ is decorated with a huge woven photographic collage that forms more than 60 square meters of a continuous large area. The textile art was designed to commemorate 175 years of Swedens University of Arts, Craft and Design also known as Konstfack. The fabric installation is a work of art for Konstfack's students and visitors to enjoy and it is an honour for Svensson to have developed the fabric at our factory in Kinna.
The fabric is based on a black and white warp with two different blue shades in the weft. Among the pictures we find Swedish classics like Stig Lindbergs Berså, Skrot-Nisse, Matta by Märta Mås-Fjetterström, Jonas Bohlin's chair Concrete and Tove Jansson's Moomins. You can also find a fabric from the Stockholm subway, designed by another well-known former Konstfackstudent - Lasse Åberg, developed in collaboration with and produced by Svensson in Kinna for many years.
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Konstfack's restaurant ‘The Plant’ is decorated with a huge photographic collage woven by Svensson. The textile art is designed to commemorate 175 years of Swedens University of Arts, Craft and Design also known as Konstfack.
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