The Ung Svensk Form winners participate in a touring exhibition of the best of young Swedish design. They also have the chance to get grants and scholars from different companies.
Arvet – Travel scholarship (architecture)
Arvet reformulates its already existing scholarship, and this year institutes a completely new travel scholarship that provides an insight into their global exchange of knowledge about architecture. This exchange includes both the social responsibility of architecture, as well as a fundamental understanding of the importance of using renewable material – such as wood.
IKEA – Working grant & accommodation
IKEA and Svensk Form collaborates again on the award Young Swedish Design. IKEA offers a five-month working grant at IKEA of Sweden in Älmhult for one of the winners of this year’s Young Swedish Design. The partnership also includes salary and an annual workshop with students from several countries about how we want to live and work in the future.
Kvadrat – Exhibition grant
Kvadrat offers one scholar with cash, material and the possibility to create an exhibition in Kvadrat’s showroom in Stockholm.
Lammhults Möbel – Exhibition grant
Lammhults Möbel offers one scholar with cash, material and the possibility to create an exhibition in Lammhults Möbel’s showroom in Stockholm.
Massive Entertainment – Working grant
The “Concept Artist Scholarship” is a six-month paid internship with focus on fashion, items and skins in Massive Entertainment’s game productions.
The Swedish Leather & Fur Industry Foundation – Study trip
The Swedish Leather & Fur Industry Foundation invites all the designers in Ung Svensk Form 2022, as well as a number of new members who have applied to Ung Svensk Form on a study and workshop trip to a tannery in Sweden. During the trip, you can apply for two work grants in 3–5 days at 20,000 SEK each.
Swedish Wood – Travel scholarship
A selection of the winners are offered a scholarship in the form of an inspiration/study trip of four days through central Sweden. The planning for the trip includes a forest excursion, visits to several sawmills, workshops in collaboration with design and art schools and a visit to a cross-laminated timber factory. During these days, the competitors will learn about the importance of the forest and the interaction throughout the value chain.