Scandinavian Interiors: Exquisite Apartment in Stockholm

Scandinavian interiors

The artist and illustrator Mats Gustafson moved to New York in 1980. He still keeps an apartment in this building — an imposing structure in Stockholm’s Sodermalm neighborhood which he shares with his partner Ted Muehling.
Gustafson treasured the Old World graciousness of the space and wanted to make it more functional while protecting its considerable charms. His longtime friends the architects Neil Logan and Solveig Fernlund of the New York firm Fernlund + Logan who created the interiors. They are known for their aesthetically obsessed clients, including artists like Rirkrit Tiravanija and the textile manufacturer Michael Maharam, as well as Muehling, whose new Manhattan shop they recently completed.



3 comments to Scandinavian Interiors: Exquisite Apartment in Stockholm

  • Anonymous

    why huge balls for light? how does it fit scandinavian style? … big balls aren’t cool … I’m not jealous ;)

  • Oh, send anonymous ;) the huge balls for light (i’m not sure it isn’t scandinavian style – they’re in IKEA and that’s the first contact people have with the style :) ) and leave the apartement for me…

    I love the art they have through the apartement and the view.

    And you’re invited, Sweetie!

  • Dear Teresa!
    The apartment is divine, isn’t it? In the original article there are all the names of the artists.
    It would have so much fun exploring the apartment.

    Thank you for your always kind and thoughtful comments!

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