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Ernst Kirchsteiger

The Swedish interior architect Ernst Kirchsteiger designed the collection for the company Färg Form in Örebro. Färg Form was founded in 1996 by Anders Bylin. He became successful by his moose with which it offers many articles under the brand Moz. About 2010 he began a children collection with the main pattern Moln (cloud) by Gunilla Axén. The pattern Moln is a classic in Sweden and was designed by Gunilla in 1967. In 2012 Anders started working with Ernst Kirchsteiger. Kirchsteiger was designer at IKEA and later moderator of popular Swedish television programs like Sommertorpet (summer house). The collection was initially started with garden accessories and candlesticks. Meanwhile, it also includes tableware, kitchen textiles and decorative accessories.

The Swedish interior architect Ernst Kirchsteiger designed the collection for the company Färg Form in Örebro. Färg Form was founded in 1996 by Anders Bylin. He became successful by his moose with... read more »
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Ernst Kirchsteiger

The Swedish interior architect Ernst Kirchsteiger designed the collection for the company Färg Form in Örebro. Färg Form was founded in 1996 by Anders Bylin. He became successful by his moose with which it offers many articles under the brand Moz. About 2010 he began a children collection with the main pattern Moln (cloud) by Gunilla Axén. The pattern Moln is a classic in Sweden and was designed by Gunilla in 1967. In 2012 Anders started working with Ernst Kirchsteiger. Kirchsteiger was designer at IKEA and later moderator of popular Swedish television programs like Sommertorpet (summer house). The collection was initially started with garden accessories and candlesticks. Meanwhile, it also includes tableware, kitchen textiles and decorative accessories.