This autumn the Röhsska Museum hosts the annual travelling exhibition Ung Svensk Form. The exhibition shows pieces by 25 young designers who challenge different methods and techniques within a broad design discipline.
– Young designers have an impressive ability to raise important issues with intelligence, curiosity and humor. Ung Svensk Form 2020 offers world-class craftsmanship and a strong sense of materiality, says Karin Wiberg, project manager at Ung Svensk Form.
A platform for young designers
The Röhsska Museum has a long tradition of showing the design and craft of young national and international designers.
– More than ever before, must museums act as platforms for young practitioners within the creative industries in order to share with a wider public the diversity that exists amongst young creatives and not least giving the designers a chance to show their skills and creativity, says Nina Due, museum director at the Röhsska Museum.
About Ung Svensk Form (Young Swedish Design)
Ung Svensk Form is an annual juried award and a travelling exhibition which purpose is to broaden and deepen knowledge about young designers in Sweden. Ung Svensk Form highlights the desire to create and explore freely, without the need for market adaptation.
Ung Svensk Form / Young Swedish Design 2020 is a co-production by ArkDes and Svensk Form (The Swedish Society of Crafts and Design), with support from IKEA and The City of Malmö.