Posts filed under “framtiden”

The Beijing Field Office at NOTCH09

This summer a crew from Svensk Standard got invited to participate in the NOTCH09 festival in Beijing, China. It is a two week long festival exhibiting  music, fashion, design and architecture from the Nordic countries as well as from China (NOrdic + CHina = NOTCH). We are participating in the part of the festival called […]

Cities the magazine

New magazine “Cities the magazine” kicked of the production of their first issue with a workshop held this monday at gallery Detroit (Roslagsgatan 21, Stockholm). The magazine will focus on different urban conditions and peculiarities around the world and the staff are constantly looking for new contributors. From the website: “We don’t want to hand […]

International Architectural Battle

(To the right, Joel Jouannet is counting votes. Next to him, the winning proposal) When the snow falls heavily on the streets of Stockholm, turning instantly into grey sticky sleet, it is nice to be able to write about some good things that are happening in the city. Last wednesday the first round of International […]

Part-time, baby!

A manifesto for the new economy. Not a lot has been happening on Svensk Standard in the last months and for that we apologize. Since we’ve all been full-time practicing architects the last nine months, there hasn’t been much time for updates or independent productions. Global recession, however, is about to change all that and […]

Vad hände egentligen med framtiden?

Utmattade av 24-timmarsjobbande och (åtminstånde en utav dem) nedslagna av det brutala motståndet i att försöka vara enkel, så söker sig Svensk Standard ut på internet och finner italienska webbsidor med passion för framtiden, som den var förr i tiden… Och vi längtar tillbaka. Kolla in