Jonas Lindström|Anton Sucksdorff|Jonas Lindström|Jonas Lindström|Jonas Lindström|Jonas Lindström|||A new mezzanine level houses the desks, leaving the rest of the studio as flexible space for community events|Form Us With Love’s (l-r) Jonas Pettersson, Petrus Palmér and John Löfgren stay in-keeping with the monochrome theme of their studio|FUWL’s pressed-felt lampshade above the conference table is meant to soften the look and improve acoustics|Fluorescent strip lighting runs the length of the ceilings – dimmable for a more or less cosy atmosphere|Original features that fit in with the industrial aesthetic, such as the radiators, have been retained|The ghostly white kitchen is barely visible in its spot under the staircase|||
14 Feb 2011

Form us with love’s Swedish HQ

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