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UNDERVERK is a an online platform that encourages collaboration within the field of art and design in Stockholm. Regardless if you are established or not (maybe you are just a curious person!) - our aim is for you to find something new in this innovative city.On underverk.in you will be able to read about the people behind inspirational and thought-provoking ideas. Our map will guide you to new and exciting experiences taking place across the city - in places you never thought existed. There is so much to take part of in Stockholm, underground and overground - and we want to share it with you. We are constantly looking to map new projects and experiences. Click here to submit your ideas, or simply send an email toshare@underverk.in with your idea/concept/event.

UNDERVERK is a an online platform that encourages collaboration within the field of art and design in Stockholm. Regardless if you are established or not (maybe you are just a curious person!) - our aim is for you to find something new in this innovative city.

On underverk.in you will be able to read about the people behind inspirational and thought-provoking ideas. Our map will guide you to new and exciting experiences taking place across the city - in places you never thought existed. There is so much to take part of in Stockholm, underground and overground - and we want to share it with you. 

We are constantly looking to map new projects and experiences. Click here to submit your ideas, or simply send an email toshare@underverk.in with your idea/concept/event.

Inspired by the large wooden crates used in the shipping industry, the design for Berlin-based fashion brand Zalando’s Pop-Up Store features three free-standing boxes, each revealing a separate collection. Designed by Sigurd Larsen, the space also includes concrete stools that echo the materiality of the walls, and act as counterweights for the hangers of a fourth collection.

We have seen coffee and clothes, coffee and bikes - but now we have coffee and lazer cutters too. Fab Lab is a new café in Tokyo that offers guests the opportunity to cut materials such as paper, felt, acrylic, wood and more. The space was designed by Naruse-Inokuma Architects.

Mashallah Design and Linda Kostowosky have collaborated to create The T-shirt Issue - a project that reconstructs apparel from the core. The scan human bodies and from this data they form 3D polygons which are turned into 2D patterns. “From 2D to 3D, we opened an entirely new dimension in which apparel can take any shape imaginable,” the designers explain.

Montreal-based design studio Dynamo has created Typochocolate - gourmet slabs of chocolate, each engraved with an original typographic design spelling out a positive mantra.

Trendlogg has highlighted the use of expressive fonts for a while - this is a great new example from Benefit’s Hello Flawless Oxygen Wow series.

Trendlogg has highlighted the use of expressive fonts for a while - this is a great new example from Benefit’s Hello Flawless Oxygen Wow series.

Japanese visual design studio WOW has created Bloom Skin, a window installation made of eight computer-controlled fans that rhythmically manipulate a single piece of hovering fabric, for the Issey Miyake’s 2012 spring/summer collection ELTTOB TEP.

For his final project at school, designer Adrán Froufe created the identity for 100x100, an organic food brand that seeks to create links between rural producers and urban consumers. It is made from corrugated cardboard, to which the seeds of various herbs are added in the manufacturing process - meaning it can be planted after use.

A nice little video showing the process of making Slab Vases from rings of Silestone, designed by Swedish studio Form Us With Love for Cosentino.

Housing company AF Bostäder has created the smallest student home in Lund, Sweden in order to provide accommodation at the lowest possible rent, SKr30,000 ($4,460, £2,840) a year. As the country lacks student housing the interest has been great among students who are able to enter a competition on AF’s website.

Who wouldn’t want to wash their clothes in Aesop’s Fine Fabric Care for the French retailer APC? It contains extracts of pettigrain, lemon and cedarwood.

Who wouldn’t want to wash their clothes in Aesop’s Fine Fabric Care for the French retailer APC? It contains extracts of pettigrain, lemon and cedarwood.

Luxury brand Lanvin has created a nice lookbook for its Spring Summer collection, taking its cues from the growing trend of animated gifs. It features a series of dinner scenes where models are posing with snakes, using a series of stills.

Trendlogg loves the Gymnastics furniture collection by Bratislava-based Mejd Studio.

"It brings a smart build-up dresser, non traditional high chair shaped into a gym goat, and a hanger in form of a gymnastic ring," designer Katarína Beličková explains.

Magasin 3 in Stockholm is currently exhibiting some of Ai Weiwei’s most famous work. It is the fist time he is showing in Stockholm. It was great to see so many of his most famous work: the hand-painted sunflower seeds, the reinterpretation of the traditional pots and portraits of people from his project Fairytale People were included. Unfortunately he is not allowed to travel outside Beijing, but was attending through Skype.

The exhibition is on until June 10.