• Elding Oscarson.


    Posted on 21st December, by Dana Tomić Hughes in interior design. 1 Comment


    I “accidentally” came across the site of Elding Oscarson, a recent venture by two talented architects from Sweden.

    I was instantly taken by two of their interiors projects shown below. Who said that workplace design has to be conventional and boring?

    Love your work boys.

    Ummm… magazine stacks as wall cladding – Hello! Friggin’ awesome!

    All images above - Oktavilla Graphic Design Agency, Stockholm. 2009.

    Images above – Peacock Advertising Agency, Stockholm. 2007.





  • One Response to “Elding Oscarson.”

    1. kate says:

      um, wow! what an amazing idea! i think there’s even a chance i have enough magazines to do that! thanks so much for popping by my site and linking to this xx



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