WORKSHOP/STUDIO/PRODUCTION

Eskilstuna
Rolling of parts for sculpture to Eskilstuna
Reality VS Drawing

A shoe-tying stool made of aluminum

Brass objects for Wiklund& Wiklund / Oxelöskolan


Oxelöskolan W&W
In the workshop, making the objects for Oxelöskolan


See what I found. Some old works.

some old stuff

CAD and hardware-work in progress


From the workshop. Manufacturing of house/observatory for Fredrik Helander & Fritz Quasthoff. The observatory is made in stainless steel.


From the workshop. manufacturing of stainless tube structure/ playground/sculptural objects for Beatrice Hansson.


Making of Ball track. Vårbergstoppens stadspark.


Testing trifoil knot-shapes for an upcoming project


Installation of playground equipment / sculptures for Beatrice Hansson. Remiseparken, Copenhagen


Finishing of the sculptures for Beatrice Hansson. Remise Park, Copenhagen.


Manufacturing of the sculptures for Beatrice Hansson. Remise Park, Copenhagen.


Making the “Rosa Supermoln”


Aluminium candel holder for “Secret Santa”



Oil lamp for “Secret Santa”


Fruit stack in aluminum. Artist: Hans Isaksson.


Drilling cast iron banana.


Bye-bye. See you in New york!


Making of stainless sculpture. Artist: Matti Kallioinen.


Finishing and painting sculpture for artist Sirous Namazi


Making of the sculpture for the sofa for the “Blackout” exhibition.


manufacture of stainless steel bench / sculpture for Beatrice Hansson


Manufacture of the parts for the sculptures at Engelbrektsskolan, Stockholm. The sculpture is made of 1.5 mm perforated stainless steel sheet.


Making of ball-track to “Lurparken” together with Albin Karlsson.
This ball-track is one out of two tracks and is a part of the playground.
The idea behind is to build site-specific objects in the existing environment. The ball track is mainly made of 8mm / diameter stainless steel rods.


Completed “Supermoln” Before painting.


KKV

Making of the parts for Kristinebergs strandpark, in the metal workshop, KKV Sickla 2008. Artist: Beatrice Hansson.


Installing the objects at Oasen/Esplanaden, Sundsvall. Artist: Beatrice Hansson.



A low stool that is forged and shaped in perforated sheet metal.