OPENING OF EXHIBITION AT LANDSKRONA KONSTHALL / by Ashlee Lindvall

The wall-hung washbasin, made from Vals quartz is part of a bathroom installation, created for the exhibition

The wall-hung washbasin, made from Vals quartz is part of a bathroom installation, created for the exhibition

Jonas Lindvall, Arkitektur, Inredning, Design at Landskrona Konsthall opened on Saturday 31st October. The Swedish author Torbjörn Flygt gave a personal speech, as guests perused an amassment of over 20 year's worth of work. From the Morris chair - an early school project - to stone kitchen and bathroom installations, created for the exhibition, it was interesting to see both the evolution and the sense of continuity of style of one of Sweden's most established designers.

Jonas Lindvall, Arkitektur, Inredning, Design at Landskrona Konsthall opened on Saturday 31st October. The Swedish author Torbjörn Flygt gave a personal speech, as guests perused an amassment of over 20 year's worth of work. From the Morris chair - an early school project - to stone kitchen and bathroom installations, created for the exhibition, it was interesting to see both the evolution and the sense of continuity of style of one of Sweden's most established designers.

Left to right: Mia Widell, Torbjörn Flygt and Jonas Lindvall

Left to right: Mia Widell, Torbjörn Flygt and Jonas Lindvall

Small scale models, accompanied by text and colour images paid reference to both widely published and lesser-known projects. Some are built, while others remain unrealised.

Small scale models, accompanied by text and colour images paid reference to both widely published and lesser-known projects. Some are built, while others remain unrealised.

Thanks to: Landskrona Konstförening, Ballingslöv, Bargi Holding, Henkelstorps Natursten, Johanson Design, Larsens Modellverkstad, Skandiform, Stolab, Stonecon APS, Truffer AG Vals and Wästberg.