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Posts tagged as 'Karl Andersson & Söner'

'Level' bookshelf by Lina Nordqvist for Karl Andersson & Söner

A Stockholm-based designer Lina Nordqvist has recently realised this series of geometric, scaffolding-inspired bookshelves for the Swedish furniture manufacturer Karl Andersson & Söner. Available in two heights and three widths as well as variety of finishes, the asymmetrically gridded ‘Level’ ‘is adapted to the different sizes of paperbacks, hardback books and magazines that can be placed between the rods.’ (more…)

'Knob' by Patrik Hansson Karl Andersson

One particular hobbyhorse of the Swedish manufacturer Karl Andersson are simple and space-saving hallway accessories. At this year’s Stockholm Furnture Fair they presented two new lines designed by Patrik Hansson and Elin Lundmark. ‘Knob’ is nothing more than a turned coat hook in solid wood which works both on its own and grouped together, either in vertical or horizontal rows, or in combination with additional accessories, such as a mirror or a coat rack.

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'Kokko' by Dan Sunaga for Karl Andersson

The Japanese, Gothenburg based designer Dan Sunaga recently unveiled this new series of coffee tables for the Swedish manufacturer Karl Andersson & Söner. ‘Kokko’ is composed of a veneer table top and solid wooden legs that can – due to a very smart and artful connection - easily be disassembled.

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'Yes' by Victor Alm for Karl Andersson

‘Yes’ is one of the newest pieces produced by the Swedish manufacturer Karl Andersson & Söner. The elegant multi prpose chair is characterised by its subtly formed plywood backrest – its ergonomic shape seems to be the result of a folding rather than of a defined mould. ‘Yes’ was designed by Victor Alm, Swedish designer and co-founder of the Swedish manufacturing company Brikolör.

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ponoq can disappear into the wall

ponoq can disappear into the wall

At this year´s Stockholm Furniture Fair the Swedish manufacturer Karl Andersson & Söner presented ponoq by the Swedish designer Nils Gulin. The small clothes hanger can disappear into the wall because the wave-shaped hooks remain concealed until they are needed. When you use it the depth is 50 mm och when you do not use it the depth is 16 mm. ponoq are avaiable in length: 124, 248, 488, 744 and 996 mm and height 140 mm.

ponoq designed by Nils Gulin

ponoq designed by Nils Gulin

Nils Gulin, born in 1965, trained as an interior architect at the HDK School of Design and Crafts at the University of Gothenburg. For the past 14 years he has been running his own company, Gulin Interiör, in Gothenburg.

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