Formative Modern is a LA based store that sells modernist furnitures and has an inventory to die for.
I wouldn’t mind staying here fora a week or two, Casas na Areia in Comporta, Portugal.
I love the ceramics of California based Eric Roinestad.
Ron Arad. Box in Four Movements chair from 1994.
Our Interior concept for the apartments at Karlaplan 2 for Patriam are now finalized, they were all sold in a heartbeat but this one is out for sale again through Wrede. See more in our interior portfolio. Photo by Elisabeth Daly
And when speaking about robbing banks, here comes my dream kitchen, K21 from Boffi which would fit just perfect into my new apartment.
Right now I am into rattan chairs in general and in particular this amazing Gala chair by Franco Albini..unfortunately I need to rob a bank to afford it.
Here comes a first sneakpeek from the upcoming furniture fair in Milan. John Pawsons furnitures for the amazing stone company Salvatori. I can’t wait!
Todays favorite, “Curvy sofa” by Kelly Wearstler covered in this pyamas-like stripe. Love.
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In Korea you buy pre designed bathrooms so the Korean manufacturer Lagom Bath asked Norm architects , Note Design Studio and me to design one bathroom each for them. Here is the result to be realeased shortly in Korea, all styled by me and photographed by talented Ragnar Òmarsson see more images in my portfolio.
Floor Lamp by Berndotte & Bjørn for Bergboms.
In the mood for some classic Jean Royère chunkiness..
Flexible concrete cloth has made possible to make the folding shapes of this table designed by Portland-based Neal Aronowitz. See more here.
I have new work our for my dear client Lintex. At the Furniture Fair last week they released their new catalogue with images styled by me and photographed by Mikkel Mortensen, the products are designed by Halleroed. See more in my portfolio.
As you probably know by now, I decided to start up Lotta Agaton Interiors last fall. I moved into the my new office and I hired Pella Hedeby and Marie Ramse, both well renowned Interior Designers. It was a big step for me going from being ” just me and my assistants” to being a “real interior design studio”. Therefore I feel so humble and overwhelmingly happy that we already have so many projects coming up so we needed to hire one more person. Today we welcome Sara Mortensen to our team as an interior designer and project leader. Yay!
I don’t think I have ever felt such energy and inspiration at work, we are such a good team and have so many amazing projects and great clients, I am truly blessed to have such good and creative people around me and to have so much fun at work.
As a natural step into being an Interior Design Studio I have also decided to let go of my dear agent Anna Ploman and Link Deco, we have been working together for over 10 years and Anna Ploman is the best agent there is so I will miss her to pieces but times are changing and I have to change with them and since we are now able to do the project leading inhouse I don’t have the need for an agent anymore. So from now on Lotta Agaton Interiors are able to take on full productions and also work closer and directly with our clients. I will stil be doing photoshoots and styling projects as usual and we do larger scale interior projects both private and commercial, and everything is from today booked directly through us (see CONTACT above). Yay, again!
I love the small furnitures and objects *All in MDF* by Jessica Signell Knutsson that was presented at Astrid last week.
We have had the privilege of styling the apartment of talented architect Andreas Martin Löf for Residence Magazine, see more images in our portfolio.
Lisa Lindh and Klara Hedengren at Beckmans school of Design has teamed up with Massprocuctions and created a sculptural room divider that they show at Stockholm Furniture Fair this week.
I just came back from a one week long photo shoot in Copenhagen last night and today we start working with the preparations for Stockholm Furniture Fair 2018. This year we are doing 4 projects that we are all equally excited about.
First we are doing a 250 sqm large exhibition for Dux at Scenkonstens museum in Stockholm, the exhibition will be made like a loft living and contains most parts of DUX pieces in new covers by Lotta Agaton Interiors and I have also added some of my personal favourites like; art by Emma Bernhard and Åsa Stenerhag, sculptures by Bo Arenander, pieces from Jacksons rugs from Tisca, lamps by Gino Sarfatti..and more, don’t miss out..it will be open all week by invitations and to the public on Friday and Saturday.
At the fair we will be doing three stands, first and always my favourite, the stand for String Furniture, our dear client since many years. This year we are creating a complete String House to show the versatility of the shelf and to go with the new images we shot at villa Frösakull by Jonas Lindwall. String Furnitures stand will be in A 04:20
We are also doing the stand for our new client Tisca rugs who produces their rugs in pure wool and linen in Transylvania, you might have seen glimpses from the stand in Hannover a couple of weeks ago. I have also designed my first rug for them, in a yarn called Bella-so the rug is called Bella Lotta and was actually just made for my styling of the stand but turned out to be the best seller in Hannover. You find Tisca and Bella Lotta in stand B 09:25
Finally we will also be doing the styling of the stand made by Halleroed for our dear client Lintex, we have also had the pleasure of styling the photos for Lintex during the year which will be released during the fair along with the new furnitures by Halleroed, you find Lintex in stand B 04:25.
Have a great fair everyone!
I have been a big fan of sculptor Bo Arenander for a long time. I was happy to feature some of his work at my Trend exhibition at Stockholm Furniture Fair last year and even happier a few weeks ago when I bought one of his pieces for myself. Next week he will be featured in an exhibition at Perspective Studio in Stockholm and he also have some work available at Odem Atelier.
Kurage Paper Light by Luca Nichetto & Nendo for Foscarini. Love!
When I was visiting IMM Cologne last week I fell in love with E15 all over again..
We are in Cologne with our dear client String Furniture this weekend to set up this years first stand for them and this year we are building a String-house at the fairs, inspired by our 2018 String catalogue photoshoot in the amazing house Villa Frösakull by Jonas Lindvall. I hope you enjoy our String House and the new catalogue in Imm Cologne the upcoming week. See more images from the catalogue in our styling portfolio.
We have left Hannover and arrived in Cologne today to do String Furnitures stand at IMM and we are staying at this beautiful hotel, The Qvest.
I love the Offset sofa by Norm Architects for Menu, now they are launching an armchair to go with it. Yay.
I just landed in Hannover to make the stand for the amazing Transylvanian rug company Tisca at Domotex, don’t miss out if you are visiting. Here is my moodboard for the stand all in natural colours and with furnitures from Team 7, Vitra and Artek.
I love thislivingroom from the home of Wolfgang Behnken photographed by Mark Seelen.
We have just started up a new project for a private client, to develop an old barn into a full furnished summer home in one of the most beautiful spots at Gotland, Sweden. Here is a detail from our moodboard..and it kind of makes me crave for a barn like that for myself too!