Punāh is an initiative by one of India’s major manufacturing conglomerates,
Godrej and Boyce, focusing on re-thinking the use of industrial waste materials. This year, Form Us With Love was invited to Mumbai as curators, designing the first ever Punāh exhibition, shown at the London Design Festival Sept 2016.
The future designer is one whose work is aimed at change. It’s not a choice, given the state of our planet and how we as people have instigated its spiralling decline. In part designers are to blame of course, as is anyone who’s contributed to the act of consume and discard.Read more
Spritmuseum – Champagne Concept
In 2015, Form Us With Love designed Spritmuseum’s successful deep dive into Beer. Two years later, Spritmuseum celebrates 50 years in style, inviting the design studio to create a sparkling museum experience. Sweden is one of the countries in the world where champagne consumption has increased the most in recent years, a reason for Swedish […]Read more
Compared to the development time on a piece of furniture, FUWL qualified their first project in the clothing industry within a few months. It’s nicknamed Jacka, a jacket prototype built specifically for winter city use. A garment concept that mixes usability with mobility and comfort, the jacket is a three layered industrial design made from […]Read more
TID – TWAIN WRISTBANDS
To match the warmth of No.1 Gold watch, FUWL and TID, have specially brought together a unique set of fabrics to create a rugged collection of wristbands—introducing, Dawn, Lake, Mill, Mud and Rust. The wristband made with a backing of repurposed Swedish vegetable tanned leather, from the organic tannery Tärnsjö Garveri, and a front made with carefully curated […]Read more