Modernity, colour and the playful twists you will see are inspired by this period of design history that is often overlooked in favour of the Art Deco movement
British journalist Philip Morton Shand was first to use the term to describe and underline the simple elegance of this golden decade. Refined pieces of furniture, simple lines enhanced by exquisite details and ancient motifs, all hand-made with extraordinary craftsmanship. Martin's Swedish roots have meant that, And Objects has the Swedish Grace thread running through much of his interior project work and many of the pieces in the collection.
Modernity, colour and the playful twists you will see are inspired by this period of design history that is often overlooked in favour of the Art Deco movement that was weeping through Europe at the same time. Very little has been documented about this era but the wonderful book by Gunnela Ivanov consists of stunning images showing architecture and ornaments; furniture, furnishings and exhibitions; objects in tin, cast iron and silver; sculptures, ceramics and textiles, all characterised by Swedish Grace style.