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Homeware Tactile living with Lotta Agaton

We are greeting the spring season with a collection of simple, Nordic-inspired details for the home styled by Swedish interior designer Lotta Agaton. 

In her Stockholm apartment as well as in her own work, Lotta favours natural, durable materials such as cotton, linen, jute and wood to add texture and dimension to the earthy colour palette of beige and grey. This results in beautiful, personal spaces that feel relaxing and pleasing to the senses.

‘Sustainable thinking is at the centre of my design work. By choosing neutral tones and long-lived textures, I can create comfortable environments with their own unique character that will continue to be relevant beyond momentary trends in interior décor.’

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AWAY FROM THE THROWAWAY CULTURE

Understanding the links between ecosystems and human welfare quickly leads to questions on farming, cultivation and how we manage our waster resources, says professor Line Gordon, Director of the Stockholm Resilience Center.

 

 

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THE NEED FOR A NEW NORMAL

More sustainable design shouldn’t be an indulgence, but the first and easy choice for anyone who wants to live consciously, says ARKET Head of Growth & Sustainability, Ville Klemming.

 

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GOTLAND WOOL: A RESCUED RESOURCE

Our new knitwear collection is made using undyed Gotland wool, a Swedish variety named after the island of Gotland in the Baltic Sea. The project supports small family-owned farms and saves premium-quality material from going to waste.

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