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Svensk Form (the Swedish Society of Crafts and Design) is a not-for-profit membership association mandated by the Swedish government to promote Swedish design at home and abroad.
Table XI is a custom software development firm based in Chicago, and is the web development team behind the newly launched pechakucha.org website. "Table Talks" is a recurring series of PechaKucha-style lightning talks held over lunch at our office. The event is designed to foster idea exchange, collaboration and learning, and features a lineup of top-notch entrepreneurs, technologists, designers and storytellers from Chicago and beyond.
The Embassy of Sweden
Apr 17, 2009
Berns Night Club
Feb 10, 2010
Smålands museum / Kulturpark Småland
Feb 25, 2010
MCAD's Auditorium 150
Apr 22, 2010
Harrods Commercial Hotel
Feb 29, 2012
The Living Room
Apr 18, 2013
PKBJ VENUE 23
Jul 28, 2012
Center of cultural initiatives "Port"
Jun 02, 2013
State Library of Queensland
Jul 11, 2013
The Embassy of Sweden
Nov 08, 2013
SwedishStyle in Tokyo
BY PETER THÖRNE, MARCUS ABRAHAMSSON, ANDREAS JOHNSSON
@ VOL 66
ON OCT 28, 2009
Swedish Style x PechaKuchaNight 01 Sweden LOVES Japan: A special Tokyo Design Week PechaKucha to celebrate 10 years of Swedish Style in Japan. Petter Thörne, Marcus Abrahamsson, Anders Johnsson works can be found at www.petterthorne.se www.andersjohnsson.se www.marcusabrahamsson.com Three friends from Konstfack Design School especially interested in sustainability and how to use leftover materials from the normal product development process. Conceptual and cool, with warmth and generousity often collaborating in different mixes with their fellow students and colleagues.
The Thread Wrapping Machine
BY ANTON ALVAREZ
Presented as part of a "Sweden in Style" PechaKucha session held at the SuperDeluxe 10th anniversary party during Tokyo Designers Week 2012, Anton Alvarez introduces us to the Thread Wrapping Machine.
"Presentation of the Day" on February 7, 2013.
Eclectic Houses: Embracing The Kuwait Style
BY ALI AL YOUSIFI
@ VOL 9
ON JUN 26, 2013
Architect Ali Al Yousifi details the aspects of Kuwaiti architecture that make their style unique. He takes us on a tour of some of the houses he finds interesting in Kuwait City, and we find that the flamboyant, flashy approach is not lost on the Kuwaiti people.
Souenellen's Photographic Style
@ VOL 6
ON JUL 04, 2013
Souenellen humorously shows his photographic works because he says people are desperate to be photographed! He tells us about how his patience and passion enable him to capture the right moment. He also tells us how he uses his enthusiasm and lighting effects to help his subjects become more comfortable and improve themselves. (In French)
Contains partial nudity.
BY MARK CAMPBELL
@ VOL 25
ON MAR 05, 2013
Mark Campbell talks about the history of American-stlye architecture and its origins with a famous architect named Frank Lloyd Wright. Mark talks about how Wright's prairie style houses, that emphaises horizontally shaped houses, an open-planned interior, and copiuos glass windows, have had an empact on architects of the time and on the style of houses created today.
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PKN Charleston Vol. 3 in Style
You've already had a peek at last week's PechaKucha Night in Charleston Vol. 3, held outdoors, and now's your chance to see some video of the event, courtesy of Charleston Magazine. It was put together by the style editor, so yes, there's a heavy focus on what people are wearing.
The presentation we highlight today is from the special Swedish Style edition of PechaKucha Night that took place during Tokyo Design Week, and it also happens to be our 20th presentation online! Sweden LOVES Japan: A special Tokyo Design Week PechaKucha to celebrate 10 years of Swedish Style in Japan. Petter Thörne, Marcus Abrahamsson, Anders Johansson works can be found at ung7.se. Three friends from Konstfack Design School especially interested in sustainability and how to use leftover materials from the normal product development process. Conceptual and cool, with warmth and generousity often collaborating in different mixes with their fellow students and colleagues.
Swedish Style 2009
Today's presentation comes courtesy of the one and only Ewa Kumlin, founder of Swedish Style in Tokyo, who talks us through the event's history -- this year was Swedish Style's 10th anniversary. Ewa is Managing Director of Svensk Form, founder of Swedish Style in Tokyo now celebrating 10 years and the organizer of PechaKucha Nights in Stockholm. Ewa and Swedish Style have done so much to promote cultural exchange between Japan and Sweden -- and shows what positive energy can do in the world, here's to another 10 years. Ewa Power for Ever! The presentation was part of a special Swedish Style edition of PechaKucha Night at SuperDeluxe during Tokyo Design Week -- all of the presentations from that night's event are now up, and accessible from this page.
Today's presentation was recorded during the special edition "Swedish Style x PechaKucha Night" event held earlier this year during Tokyo Design Week, and features artist and designer Asa Jungnelius walking us through some of her projects. Åsa is a much talked about contemporary Swedish glass designer, interested in what is considered genuine or fake and how the value of an object is created. She often uses stereotypes as a language and challenge their conventional meaning.
We kick off the last week of 2009 with a presentation by Swedish industrial design studio No Picnic, which the duo of Jonas Bergfeldt and Dan McCormick presented at the special Swedish Style edition of PechaKucha Night during Tokyo Design Week. No Picnic is a successful industrial design company that has grown from 2 to 50 since its start in 1993. Their latest product, "Pacemaker," is revolutionizing the world of DJ-ing.
PechaKucha Workshop with the Swedish Police
Last week Jesper Larsson, PechaKucha ambassador of Gothenburg traveled to Stockholm together with "struktör" David Stiernholm to arrange a PechaKucha workshop with the Swedish Police. The participants from the Swedish National Police Board were first given an introduction lecture about PechaKucha and the 20x20 format, along with tips and ideas on how to find images – legally of course – and how to go about creating and preparing a presentation. They then had only an hour to prepare their own presentations on subjects relating to their respective work, after which the presentations were presented to the entire group. Despite the short time frame we got to experience thoughtful, creative, useful and fun presentations. This both showed how much a group of committed people are able to do in only an hour, as well as the power of the 20x20 format. And the participants were also happy about the workshop. In a follow-up email our contact person wrote: "Many of us got really inspired by the PechaKucha workshop. A colleague went straight home and remade two presentations she was giving the following week." Bonus: After the workshop we also got to check out the police archive with old police cars and equipment. An old Porsche 911 police car. A promotional poster for the Sig Sauer pistol used by the Swedish police. Old ballistics test looking like contemporary pop art Some sort of functional fashion piece that had something to do with handling lead. Below, the PechaKucha storyboard.
Swedish Design Shines in Tokyo
Presentations Today's presentations were all part of a "Sweden in Style" PechaKucha session held last week at the SuperDeluxe 10th anniversary party during Tokyo Designers Week 2012. SDLX is were the first PechaKucha Night was held, and the Tokyo series continues to be held there on a monthly basis. Anton Alvarez introduces us to the Tread Wrapping Machine. Katrin Greiling shares some of her wonderful works inspired by recent travels. Gustaf Kjellin (of Don't Feed the Swedes) shares fond memories of SuperDeluxe and of his Tokyo adventures. Tove Thambert gives a tour of her work. Powered by PechaKucha Today, instead of our regular Tumblr blog update, we highlight an upcoming "Powered by PechaKucha" event in Torino (on Friday), organized by PKN Brussels' Alok Nandi -- you'll find all of the details on the attached flyer. Photos PKN Perth Vol. 11 happened just a few days ago, but here's a photo gallery [Flickr] for September's Vol. 10 -- you'll find the full list of presenters with links on the official event page. Calendar Today, another charged up Thursday (November 8): PKN Augsburg Vol. 2, PKN Shanghai Vol. 19, PKN Columbus Vol. 23, PKN Taos Vol. 8, PKN Milwaukee Vol. 12, and PKN DaytonVol. 13. Tomorrow, we have PKN Shanghai Vol. 20, PKN Oulu Vol. 19, PKN Las Palmas Vol. 8, PKN San Luis Obispo Vol. 18, and PKN Honolulu Vol. 16.
Objects in Disguise
Phasmatodea -- commonly known as stick-insects or leaf-bugs -- are an order of insects who blend very well into their surroundings. Swedish designer Tove Thambert was inspired by these animals' ability to convince the viewer that they were seeing something very ordinary, and set out to produce a whole range of "Objects in Disguise". In this edition of "Presentation of the Day" (from Tokyo Designer's Week 2012, as a part of a special "Sweden in Style" PechaKucha event) Thambert discusses the process by which she finds items or accessories that may have a certain social stigma about them. One example she shows is the mirror: this item is something every woman carries in her purse, but most men would not be caught dead with a mirror on his person. For this reason, Tove concocted a mirror that fit the place you might find a pocket-watch on a suit. When her grandfather felt embarassed to walk with a cane, she designed one that looked more similar to something everyone carries about: an umbrella.
The Thread Wrapping Machine
Anton Alvarez is an artist, but he doesn't just create new works of art; he has developed an entirely new method of assembly. In this edition of Presentation of the Day, (from a special PechaKucha "Sweden in Style" event held during Tokyo Designers Week 2012) Alvarez shows off his invention: a large ring-shaped device which wraps polyester threads coated with wet glue around anything fed through the ring while it spins. This technique allows for two objects (he often uses pieces of wood) to be joined while avoiding the use of traditional joints. He has developed a new craft of sorts, and as he says, "I'm a beginner at this, but I'm also the best at it -- there are no other people working at this." His machine grants him freedom from manufacturing institutions and relies heavily on improvisation. Each piece is unique, spontaneous, colorful, and has a sort of dynamic personality about it. At the moment Alvarez has produced mostly furniture, but he hopes to iterate on the scale of his device and push his creations to an architectural level.
No Tents Please... We're Swedish!
Our weekend "Presentation of the Day" is a special one, recorded as part of our reconstruction efforts in Haiti -- see more in our Haiti Reconstruction Channel -- Johan Karlsson explains why we shouldn't send tents to disaster areas.