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9 NEW + NOTED DESIGN FROM STOCKHOLM FURNITURE FAIR 2018

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After visiting design fairs I’m always back with many news to share. However, this time back from Stockholm Design Week I really don’t know from where to start!

Stockholm Furniture fair is the largest furniture fair of Scandinavia, so it’s really a good source for inspiration and for news. In addition to this, Scandinavian design is still the reference point for interiors and design lovers, as well as the starting point for all trends on interior and design.

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Indeed, my feeling is that Scandinavian design is still far from being outdated. Even if I must admit I’m partial on this, as you already know, I’ve been loving Scandinavian design since ages. 

This post features some interesting design news from the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2018, with some new products by outstanding Scandinavian design brands and something outside Scandinavia as well.

Stay tuned as many other posts on what I’ve spotted in Stockholm will come soon!

 


Stockholm Furniture Fair 2018 New+Noted


1 | New armchairs for Fogia

Fogia new collection is clearly inspired by Seventies design. Indeed, their new airmchairs presented at the Stockholm Furniture fair features beautiful terracotta hues and soft shapes. The Mame armchair by Luca Nichetto is inspired by a bean shape. The Enclose chair by Norm Architects well represent two of the latest sofa trends spotted at the fair, the highback design and the research for silence and privacy.

 

2 | Apollo lamp by Pholc

Apollo is a lamp with very clean Scandinavian design matched with beautiful pastel colors. Color is perfectly matched with geometry and material, as the conical shapes are created by a solid piece of brass.

3 | Society Table by Arne Jacobsen, Carl Hansen & Son

The Society table was designed by in 1952 Arne Jacobsen as a gift for the American-Scandinavian Foundation in New York. Now it is first produced again by Carl Hansen & Son. It is an unique classic yet contemporary piece, in line with today’s interior design trends but with a timeless design. The table combines wood, steel and a beautiful leather top.

 

4 | Rejkjavik Daybed, Skagerak

Reykjavik Daybed is inspired by Iceland architecture. Its beautiful clean design imitates the reflections of the characteristic wooden constructions and the corrugated steel roofs of city. The daybed frame is made from solid wooden planks, while the colour balance can be changed by flipping over the mattress.

[this is absolutely my fav from the fair]

 

 

5 | Basket rug + Torso bar stool by Design House Stockholm

The news presented by Design House Stockholm at the Stockholm fair included some new interesting design inspired by the weaved design theme. Basket rug, designed by Lena Bergstrom, is entirely made by hand with a special technique of hand-tufting in different directions that enhances its three-dimensional feel. Torso bar stool and chair designed by Lisa Hilland has a woven leather back inspired by the traditional hunter chair.

 

6 | Yoma by Zeitraum

YOMA is a floating bed with very flexible design. The long side of the bed serves as a shelf, , while the back cushions can be fixed in different positions and arranged to feel comfortable while sleeping, reading and resting.

 

 

7 | Trays by Notre Monde

Notre Monde is a belgian brand with a bohemian twist. The Tray Table can be used as a decorative element on walls or also as table top and tray, and is available in many beautiful colors and patterns.

 

8 | Trinidad chair new version, Fredericia

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Nanna Ditzel’s iconic Trinidad chair, Fredericia presents a selection of new shades, which include chocolate, smoked, grey and light grey oak.

 

9 | Jin chair by Kuramoto for Offecct

Kuramoto designed the Jin chair is a “100 per cent biological chair” created by Japanese designer Kuramoto for Swedish furniture brand Offecct. The same material can be usually found in light items, for example in linen fabrics, while here matched with resin is first used in a chair design.

 

Browse all the past European Design Fairs reports here