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Scandinavian countries are known to have a creative, aspirational sensibility. Designers showcasing their work at trade shows influence their contemporaries, and also craftsmen who are on the rise. Their product is then brought into market, just before their ethos has been distilled down to aesthetics and trickles to luxury department stores and large box retailers. Sweden, as evidenced by this year’s Stockholm Furniture FairThe Nordics have a tendency to sacrifice warmth and whimsy in their pursuit of modernity. But, has re-invented their craft by incorporating technological advancements into traditional form making with organic materials. This makes the exhibition and corresponding citywide programming for Stockholm Design Week 2024A romantic idyll of creativity and collaboration. Visitors are able to appreciate the value of such alignments on all levels through partnerships like interdisciplinary Note (design Studio)Heritage Brand LammhultsDesigners like Gustav Winsth. The impact of the show is still felt by international institutions, even though it has ended. Continue reading to learn how many exhibitors go beyond their booths and address current issues such as local production, waste disposal, and the perceptions of beauty, all while celebrating the strengths in their community.
Abstracta continues its collaboration with Wall of Art, extending their sound-mitigating solution with the Nexus Series designed by illustrator Lena Wigers. Available in three color-sizes – blue, green, and pink – the elegant oak frames and corresponding contemporary compositions can stand alone or be staged as an ensemble of panels with varying acoustic capacities.
Heritage furniture maker Stolab taps FUWL to redefine the stick chair’s classic form within their Alt collection. With 58 possible combinations, the design is elastic and allows clients to mix and match options. These include the standard solid wooden structure, upholstered seat and back, and swivel base, for a variety applications.
This mobile side-table-turned-skateboard-deck tempers the bold colours of the late 60s, with an industrial design inspired by the sleek minimalism that contemporary interiors are often expecting. Designed by Gustav Winsth for Lammhults, Tension’s quiet trolley profile can be made loud with a variety of color applications and additional leather accents.
The Relief modular system designed by TAF Studio is room-ready at any angle. It can be arranged as an individual unit, combined to create a custom grouping or positioned as partition. This collection is comprised of a chest of drawers and matching hook rails in five finishes and three sizes.
Reform Design Lab invited innovators in sustainable media like recycled denim and paper to work on the project. Now, they are working with natural sand. Designer Alexander Lervik tapped into the potential of 3d printing technology to create complex geometric shapes when novel materials were applied to home furnishings. An interior snake-light activates the sculptural shape for visual expression.
The Danish designer Urd Moll Gundermann brings her talent to the fair in this graphic textile. It uses dynamic black lineweights to create a graduated frame of contrasting colors, textures, and materials. The textile is made from a combination of New Zealand wool and mohair with silk for added tactile appeal.
Helmed by designer Matilda Hunyadi, Sloydlab is unabashed in – and rightfully so – pioneering Sweden’s “Folklore Modern”Visual language. Piscis Couture – a collection sculptural glass vase in three colors – is an amalgamation of inspirations from 18th century alcohol bottles, 80s fashion and forms derived by creatures of the ocean.
Practice is a well-known practice “the art of welcoming,”Essem Design challenged Helsingborg’s furniture maker Ola Geiertz to transform something mundane. His solution for a mobile clothes rack infuses this utilitarian item with a comforting sense suggested by the traditional shapes associated with home and house.
The Burn and Turn side table is a collaborative project between furniture makers Siri Svedborg and Adrian Bursell. It celebrates craft and contrasts with four robust material explorations, including glass, stoneware, aluminum, and wood. The pedestal’s center column is showcased in a variety of silhouettes to complement the highly articulated textural base.
The Lightbone collection for Oblure by French-Swedish design studio FÄRG & BLANCHE reimagines a familiar shape in three solid oak wood finishes and borrows from anatomy to fashion connections between each element. Users can choose between a floor or pendant lamp, and group them based on their needs for utility or impact.
Original content by Design-milk.com: “10 Exemplary Furnitures From The Stockholm Furniture Fair”
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