Today marks the birth of a new Hem icon: T Shelf, designed by Italian super duo Formafantasma. The T Shelf is a love letter to highly skilled industrial production and a celebration of aluminum: It's cool with a perfectly anodized finish and is very, very strong. As versatile as they are resilient, the T Shelves are available in a range of different sizes and can be connected together to create endless configurations.
Moln is a dedication to the joy of daydreaming, designed by Lisa Reiser, hand-blown and silvered in Sweden’s glass-capital Boda. Moln, Swedish for cloud, is made of pink glass blown into a metal mold that is filled with liquid silver, giving it its scintillating mirror finish.
Designed and hand-made by Jonatan Nilsson, Power Plinth is a confident statement piece unlike any other. This chunky, pearlescent, silvery plinth is made from resin-covered styrofoam and mirror acrylic sheets, juxtaposing density and porosity, embodying the artist's curiosity for materials.
Dreamed up and handmade of solid glass by Rasmus Nossbring, Monument is hefty and chunky, yet smooth and glossy like soft ice. The sculpture comes in three compelling colorways and epitomizes the artist's playful and surreal signature expression.
Today we’re unveiling Hooked by Martino Gamper, the fifth limited-edition decorative accessory curated by Modern Design Review. Sold as a set, Hooked contains five signed aluminium wall hooks by the Italian designer, each with an independent character distinctly different from the next. Together, the hooks form a palette of shapes and colours that embody Gamper’s captivating design language.
Everyone loves a good, fluffy monster. This Fall, we’re unveiling the Monster Collection, including fluffy mohair throws and hand-knotted soft wool rugs, marking our first collaboration with Swedish artist and illustrator Siri Carlén.