The New
Scandinavian Kitchen

Introducing Design House Stockholm’s updated line of kitchenware, The New Scandinavian Kitchen event was held at Moderna Museet in Stockholm an evening in August. Designers Marie-Louise Hellgren, Jesper Ståhl, Mårten Claesson of Claesson Koivisto Rune, Anna Kraitz, Ulla Christiansson, Nina Jobs, Jessika Källeskog and Stig Ahlström presented their designs to the audience. But the brightest star of the evening was definitely chef Malin Söderström and the amazing food she served.

Malin Söderström runs the restaurant at Moderna Museet and Restaurant Hjerta in Stockholm. She has been responsible for the Nobel Banquet and was awarded Restaurateur of the Year in 2014.

Marie-Louise Hellgren, the designer behind Spin kitchenware.

Marie-Louise Hellgren, the designer behind Spin kitchenware.

Raw salomon cured in sugar, salt, dill and fennel; with pomegranate, cucumber, smoked oil and lemon by chef Malin Söderström.

Raw salomon cured in sugar, salt, dill and fennel; with pomegranate, cucumber, smoked oil and lemon by chef Malin Söderström. Served on small Spin plates.

Designer Jesper Ståhl

Jesper Ståhl, designer of Stockholm cutlery.

Alba vase designed by Anna Kraitz.

Alba vase by Anna Kraitz.

Designers Jessika Källeskog and Jesper Ståhl

Jessika Källeskog, designer of Toupie salt & pepper.

Chef Malin Söderström and Anders Färdig.

Chef Malin Söderström.

Designer Mårten Claesson of Claesson Koivisto Rune presenting his Set of Bowls.

Mårten Claesson of Claesson Koivisto Rune presenting his Set of Bowls.

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