Welcome to my blog!
I am a Swedish architect and visual artist living in Malmö, Sweden.
For one year and a half I was living with my husband in Japan. This blog is the place where I shared my photos and reflections from the Japanese adventure.
After a few months studying Japanese wooden architecture at Hikage Yoshitaka Architect Studio in Tokyo, I spent the most of my time on the country side, working with indigo dying at Furushou Toshiharu Indigo Workshop in Tokushima, Shikoku
On the pages above you can find pictures from my textile, design and architecture portfolio.
Don’t hesitate to contact me if you are interested in any products or in working with me.
Magdalena Perers is an architect and visual artist educated at LTH, Lund University, Danmarks Designskole, Capellagården and as an apprentice under the fabulous Indigo Sensei Furusho Toshiharu, Tokushima, Japan.
Dear Mrs. Magdalena
I was introduced you by Mr. Muramatsu who organaze ”factory CORE”
I was an acoustic & electronics engeneer, and I was very interested in your paper ”A soundspace of Art”.
I cannot understand the detail of your paper because of my poor English skill, but, I’ve been thinking that controlling background noise is very important to develop architectual apace.
Let me introduce our study group ”Soundscape association of Japan”
I am the editor of the mail magagine of Soudscape association of Japan.
I will be happy if you are interested in our associatin and contact us.
24th Jun 2010
Dear Mr Sato,
I am very happy that you contacted me. I would love to know more about your association.
I heard from Muramatsu-san about you.
He is my best friend for 20years.
Now I join the exhibition in ‘factory core’.
I have a small photo gallery in Aoyama, Tokyo.
The gallery re-open in September.
I will meet you, and talk with you.
Dear Aikawa san,
Thank you for your post. I will send you an email!
Jag är journalist boende i Peking, kommer åka till Japan på reportageresa i slutet av april för att skriva om följderna efter jordbävningen..
Ser att du är yrkesverksam i Japan sedan en tid tillbaka, och tänkte att det kanske skulle gå att intervjua dig. Vänligen skicka mig ett mail.
Salut, Pikku Myy!
At last I found you 🙂
I´ve been meaning to contact you for SO long…
I would be very happy if we could keep in touch again (years have gone by too quikly).
The last time I saw you, it was Midsummer -97 (14 years ago).
Puss och kram!
Guess who? 😉