Strong color full shapes by Åsa Johansson

No one who has been to Freyja can miss the graceful sculptures in the dining room, whose unique color and shape make guests reach for their smartphones. The artist behind the 150 centimeter high ceramic objects is Åsa Johansson, who last year obtained her master’s degree from the esteemed art school Konstfack in Stockholm. Åsa Johansson is already a favorite among the young generation of art lovers and on Instagram under the appropriate alias @glassilass. Later this spring, a two-meter high sculpture signed by Åsa will be placed on the terrace – and we’re already looking forward to it.

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New week, slightly more rainy than the previous one here at the beginning, but behind and in front of the booths it’s hot and cozy. From Wednesday to Sunday, there will be a wild mix, to listen closer to the week’s artists, just click on the “vinyls” for a taste.

Folk o Folk interviewing Jimmy

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The weekend’s musicians who turn plates up on the roof with us. Bring your friends and we’ll see you, it’ll be fun! Click on the vinyl for a taste of sweet tones.

 

An obvious destination

Freyja – an obvious destination for warm summer evenings

Mitt i Stockholm has met the team behind Freyja to find out more about the venture.

“With its several hundred square meter roof terrace, restaurant Freyja is supposed to be an obvious destination for warm summer evenings on Södermalm”. Freyja has a roof terrace with room for 400 guests with a view of Gamla Stan, Slussen and Riddarfjärden, says Mitt i Stockholm.

Chef Emma Shields says that at Freyja, they work with seasonal vegetables and ingredients from small producers. She also says that “we intend to “recreate the feeling of eating at your grandmother’s place as a child”.

Furthermore, Jimmy Dymott, bar manager at Freyja, says that “most of the people who work here are from the South and we want a more playful and happy approach”. You should be able to see this, for example, in our drinks, says Jimmy.

Read the full article at Mitt i Södermalm

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The weekend’s musicians who turn plates up on the roof with us. Bring your friends and we’ll see you, it’ll be fun! Click on the vinyl for a taste of sweet tones.

 

 

The artsy stuff

The artsy stuff

The artsy stuff
At Freyja, art is just as natural a part as the carefully selected ingredients on the plate. Inspired by the area’s cultural history, we have invited some of Sweden’s foremost artists in glass and crafts to enhance the experience for you. Say hello to Fredrik Nielsen’s punky glass sculptures gazing out towards Djurgården, Åsa Johansson’s colorful ceramic sculptures, and award-winning Rasmus Nossbring’s ten-meter-long installation with playful glass objects.

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DN on the new Stockholm view

DN on the new Stockholm view

In an article about Freyja, Dagens Nyheter talks about Stockholm’s new view. DN writes about the team behind Freyja, “The effort is led by a competent trio”. Furthermore, they write about Emma’s vision of recreating the feeling of eating at her grandmother’s house when she was young, where “the kitchen should smell like browned butter.” Happy!

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