‘Fedele’ is the new upholstery series designed by Victor Carrasco for the Spanish manufacturer Viccarbe. The monolithic pieces – the family consists of sofa, armchair and pouf – are made from a solid wooden structure covered with expanded polyuretane and polyester fiber.
The young Swedish label Massproductions, founded by the designers Chris Martin and Magnus Elebäck presented their novelties – for the first time the duo also realised some upholstered pieces – on a beautiful booth during this year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair. We met Chris Martin for a short introduction. Enjoy!
The Antwerp based interior architect Steven Wittouck created this upholstered armchair for the young Belgian furniture label Moca. The figurative piece comes with or without armrests in fabric or leather.
Together with his companion Aleksej Iskos the Copenhagen based designer Boris Berlin developed this new armchair made of moulded felt for the Swedish manufacturer Blå Station. We met him at this year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair and talked about the piece and the design approach it is based on. Enjoy!
Finn Juhl meets FurnID: 'Frost' by the Danish designers FurnID for Stouby
The manufacturer Stouby is one of these numberless old-established, family-run furniture companies you can find in the Danish provincial backwater. Founded in 1902 Stouby has always been specialised in upholstered furniture. Have a look at Stouby’s novelties, presented at the Stockholm Furniture Fair for the first time.
This simple but formally elaborate lounge chair for the French manufacturer Ligne Roset was created by the Paris based designer François Azambourg. ‘Grillage’ consists of tabular steel base and a seating made from elegantly folded expanded sheet metal. The overlapping grid creates a beautiful spacial structure and moiré pattern.
'Darjeeling' tea trolley by Anna Kraitz for Källemo
This year’s novelties of the Swedish manufacturer Källemo are especially characterised by playful and colour-accentuated details. The Swedish designer Anna Kraitz for example created this tea trolley which was inspired by a collection of wheeled children toys she designed before. Here some other pieces:
At this year’s imm cologne ClassiCon presented the extended ‘Munich’ collection, a result of a collaboration between the internationallly active architectural practice Sauerbruch Hutton and the the German manufacturer. The armchair was originally designed for the newly built Brandhorst Museum in Munich. We met Louisa Hutton, co-founder of Sauerbruch Hutton, Philipp Eckhoff, product designer at Sauerbruch Hutton and Benoit Steenackers, product developer at ClassiCon for a short interview.
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