2730 May 2021
2730 May 2021


Craft on the menu

Porcelain by Lena Willhammar, left, photo Tom Willhammar, sculptures by Eva Hild, right, photo Eva Hild

Craft + Gastronomy = Craft on the menu

For ten years, between 2010 and 2020, the Swedish Crafts Centre and Michelin-star awarded chef Daniel Berlin had a yearly collaboration showcasing craft in his restaurant.

During Southern Sweden Design Days the exhibition “Craft on the menu” presents examples from this collaboration. Works by ceramicist Eva Hild are on show along with a set of unique porcelain tableware of more than 60 pieces developed by ceramicist and designer Lena Willhammar and Daniel Berlin.

Ceramicist Eva Hild, the artist behind the large white sculpture Rubato outside Malmö Live Concert Hall, was the exhibitor at Daniel Berlin Krog in 2020. A handful of wall pieces inspired by the gastronomic work at the restaurant are on show in Craft on the menu.

Designer and ceramicist Lena Willhammar presents her ten-year collaboration with Daniel Berlin. The porcelain tableware that they developed together consists of some 60 pieces. A complete set is showcased and the ceramic work process is demonstrated through a display of molds and prototypes.

Slipcasting Live with Lena Willhammar on

Instagram Live Friday 28 May at 1:45pm CET.


Slipcasting Live continues in the gallery

Friday 28 May at 2:00pm CET.

Craft on the menu also reviews ten years of craft in the dining rooms at Daniel Berlin Krog in collaboration with the Swedish Crafts Centre during 2010–2020.

The Swedish Crafts Centre follow the development of the pandemic and will comply with recommendations and restrictions from the Public Health Agency of Sweden.