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    Fredrikson Stallard

    Fredrikson Stallard

    “Function and technology are the two cornerstones of modernism,we reject neither, but what we strongly reject is the idea that function and technology are somehow more important than emotion,the obsession of the post-industrial age with the notion that thought is more important than feeling, ego more important than id.”——Fredrik Sonstallard

    Patrik Fredrikson (Swedish, born in London) and Ian Stallard (British) co-founded this sculpture art firm called "Fredrikson Stallard" in London in 1995. They started their art practice based in London. His works are mainly furniture and sculptures, and have become one of the representatives of contemporary British art and design.

    They met at Central St. Martins, where Stallard was studying ceramics and Fredrikson specializing in furniture. Before collaborating, they exhibited their work individually at a small art fair in the UK. They produced the groundbreaking Log Table in 2001 and was acquired by the Victoria and Albert Museum in 2009 as a permanent collection.

    In 2007, Nadja Swarovski, the global patron of Swarovski, commissioned Fredrikson Stallard for the first time to participate in the Crystal Palace of Salone de Mobile in Milan, using more than 1190 Swarovski crystals to make a chandelier, breaking the traditional chandelier form while also praising the crystal. beauty of. Since then, they have had many opportunities to collaborate with Swarovski. They designed a prologue sculpture composed of 8,000 Swarovski crystals for the red carpet of the British Fashion Awards and also designed a trophy for the British Independent Film Awards BIFA.

    Currently, Patrik Fredrikson's work has appeared in numerous books and publications, including the International Design Yearbook, Gareth Williams' The Furniture Machine and Marcus Fairs' 21st Century Design. The awards include the Red Dot Design Award and the Art Foundation Furniture Design Scholarship, which is held every 10 years. Fredrikson Stallard's work was selected by the Financial Times as the top ten best designs of the past ten years, and was selected by HSBC Private Bank as the top three most collectible designs.