We have tasted more than 25 species of Christmas sweets baked by Božena Štěchová according to traditional Czech recipes.


We have tasted more than 25 species of Christmas sweets baked by Božena Štěchová according to traditional Czech recipes.


We have tasted more than 25 species of Christmas sweets baked by Božena Štěchová according to traditional Czech recipes.


Designed and crafted by duo of amazing American designers and makers Philip Lloyd Powell (1919-2008) and Paul Evans (1931 – 1987), this wall Constellation sculpture is their early master work.

Created at Powell studio in New Hope, Pennsylvania, where Evan took up residence, during early 1950s, the sculpture, resembling christmas decoration, includes organically formed walnut wood, metal structures and colorful glass shades to create expressionist composition, both functional and decorative. Powell's excellent woodwork meets Evans's early metalwork mastery in this piece.


We wish You nice Christmas and Happy New year through this amazing large-scale model of a generic Swiss forest, designed by our favorite architects Heidi and Peter Wenger for the 1965 national Lausanne Expo.

Courtesy of Archives de la construction moderne – Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, fonds Heidi & Peter Wenger









Pedal Project have launched its third issue full of amazing stuff around cycling, design and art.

Buy one copy and see great editorials and articles on Brooks, Vigorelli velodrome, design of Rui Alves, cycling backpacks and much much more including special Art Part with the commissioned artworks by Matylda Krzykowski, Edit Architects, Oskar Peet, Ondřej Báchor and more.

Now in stock on newly opened Pedal Project eshop and in many selected stores.









Pedal Project have launched its third issue full of amazing stuff around cycling, design and art.

Buy one copy and see great editorials and articles on Brooks, Vigorelli velodrome, design of Rui Alves, cycling backpacks and much much more including special Art Part with the commissioned artworks by Matylda Krzykowski, Edit Architects, Oskar Peet, Ondřej Báchor and more.

Now in stock on newly opened Pedal Project eshop and in many selected stores.









Pedal Project have launched its third issue full of amazing stuff around cycling, design and art.

Buy one copy and see great editorials and articles on Brooks, Vigorelli velodrome, design of Rui Alves, cycling backpacks and much much more including special Art Part with the commissioned artworks by Matylda Krzykowski, Edit Architects, Oskar Peet, Ondřej Báchor and more.

Now in stock on newly opened Pedal Project eshop and in many selected stores.















Our small "retrospective" exhibition Subjects of Interest at Designgalleriet in Stockholm, prepared in collaboration with The Czech Center, is open until 21 December 2012.

A designer collective, a creative agency, publishers, exhibitors and graphic designers in one, the Prague group OKOLO present their past and present projects at the Stockholm gallery Designgalleriet. Given the number of the projects to their credit, it is not daring to call the exhibition a retrospective.

The exhibition, organized in 6 thematic units (publishing work, product design, fashion, cycling, exhibition projects, individual work), reflects activities of individual members of the group OKOLO: in certain parts of the installation, these comment on design and lifestyle around us. Matěj Činčera, Jan Kloss, Adam Štěch and Jakub Štěch present chapters from three years of working together. Within this period, the collective has created dozens of exhibitions in the Czech Republic and abroad, published a number of printed books, cooperated with world-known designers and curators on unique projects revealing the true essence of designer creation, always presenting it with a specific curator approach. Among OKOLO's outstanding presentations beyond the borders of the Czech Republic are the exhibition Light Sculptures designed for Lodz Design Festival 2011 in Poland, a curated pop-up store for the exhibition Multiplicity at the London Design Festival 2011, and the presentation of the book OKOLO Mollino at the cult concept store 10 Corso Como in Milan.

OKOLO, Subjects of Interest
1.12. – 20.12.2012
Designgalleriet, Odengatan 21, Stockholm
Curated by: Adam Štěch
Graphic design: Matěj Činčera, Jan Kloss
Installation and concept: OKOLO
Produced in partnership with: Czech Center in Stockholm, Botas, a.s., The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Stockholm and Czech Trade Stockholm
Media partners: severskelisty.cz, czechdesign.cz, designcabinet.cz















Our small "retrospective" exhibition Subjects of Interest at Designgalleriet in Stockholm, prepared in collaboration with The Czech Center, is open until 21 December 2012.

A designer collective, a creative agency, publishers, exhibitors and graphic designers in one, the Prague group OKOLO present their past and present projects at the Stockholm gallery Designgalleriet. Given the number of the projects to their credit, it is not daring to call the exhibition a retrospective.

The exhibition, organized in 6 thematic units (publishing work, product design, fashion, cycling, exhibition projects, individual work), reflects activities of individual members of the group OKOLO: in certain parts of the installation, these comment on design and lifestyle around us. Matěj Činčera, Jan Kloss, Adam Štěch and Jakub Štěch present chapters from three years of working together. Within this period, the collective has created dozens of exhibitions in the Czech Republic and abroad, published a number of printed books, cooperated with world-known designers and curators on unique projects revealing the true essence of designer creation, always presenting it with a specific curator approach. Among OKOLO's outstanding presentations beyond the borders of the Czech Republic are the exhibition Light Sculptures designed for Lodz Design Festival 2011 in Poland, a curated pop-up store for the exhibition Multiplicity at the London Design Festival 2011, and the presentation of the book OKOLO Mollino at the cult concept store 10 Corso Como in Milan.

OKOLO, Subjects of Interest
1.12. – 20.12.2012
Designgalleriet, Odengatan 21, Stockholm
Curated by: Adam Štěch
Graphic design: Matěj Činčera, Jan Kloss
Installation and concept: OKOLO
Produced in partnership with: Czech Center in Stockholm, Botas, a.s., The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Stockholm and Czech Trade Stockholm
Media partners: severskelisty.cz, czechdesign.cz, designcabinet.cz