What once was a chapel built in 1904, is now a creative studio and residence located in the Swedish countryside. A unique historical dwelling converted into a meeting space for artistic exploration, creativity and rural simplicity.

The renovation and return to life of this chapel was conceived as an artistic project. I wanted to create something meaningful that encompasses my universe. Although it was the first home that has felt like my own, there is a certain nomadism present in my spirit that prevents me from seeing it as a definitive anchorage. And this nomadism in some way is also present in the very spirit of the house, because in fact, this was a chapel for missionaries who probably travelled a lot.

I have been doing the creative direction, curation and design of the residence.

The process of renovation

I designed this art nouveau-inspired poster based on biblical illustrations from the early 1900s, for the reopening of Öndebo Missionshus in Sweden. 

The Art Nouveau was an ornamental style of art that flourished between about 1890 and 1910 throughout Europe and the United States, evolving designs that united flowing, natural forms resembling the stems and blossoms of plants. It is characterized by its use of a long, sinuous, organic line and was employed most often in architecture, interior design, posters and illustration.

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