A few years ago we had the pleasure of visiting with Ingegerd Råman at her studio in Stockholm. Located on the tiny island of Skeppsholmen in the heart of the city, near the Moderna Museet and overlooking the Strandvägen with important design shops Svenkst Tenn and Carl Malmsten across the water, it’s an ideal location for inspiration.
We had saved the images to accompany our conversation in Mjolk Volume IV, however, we later visited Ms. Råman at her summer home in the south of Sweden. I figure now is a good time as any to share a few snapshots from our initial visit!
The desk is where Ms. Råman meticulously lays out things of interest, both found objects and special gifts, grouped by materials and colours.
Glass work for Skruf, currently available at Mjölk.
The Swedish touch, floral arrangements in winter.
What a lovely thing to find Mjolk Volume II on the bookshelf.
A pangapanga tray by Swedish architects Claesson Koivisto Rune
Check out Mjolk Volume IV to read John’s interview.