Posts tagged as 'SFF 2010'

'EJ-555 Frame' by Johannes Foersom and Peter Hiort-Lorenzen for Erik Jørgensen

Erik Jørgensen is one of the many Scandinavian companys which was founded in the mid century when Scandinavian design started to obtain worldwide glory. ‘EJ-555 Frame’, designed by the Copenhagen based duo Johannes Foersom and Peter Hiort-Lorenzen, is one of the newest sofas by the Danish manufacturer.

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'Latte by Tomoyuki Matsuoka for Bla Station

The Japanese designer Tomoyuki Matsuoka designed this family of simple and graphical chairs for the Swedish manufacturer Blå Station. ‘Latte’ consists of a lacquered tubular steel frame and a seating made from laser-cut sheet metal. Anyway it is also availabe with an upholstered seat pad and therefore suitable for indoor and outdoor use.

Known for their colourful collection Blå Station also developed a beautiful colour scheme for ‘Latte’.

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'Lens' by Jens Fager for ZERO

Back to roots: After times of formal experimentation and technical and aesthetic hig-end appearances it seems like the archtypical design found its way back to modern living rooms – original forms which refer to times, when things were above all appreciated for their usability. Some of the new creations by the Swedish lighting manufacturer ZERO took up this trend. Jens Fager’s series of lamps ‘Lens’ consists of two pendant lights and a table lamp. The lamp shades are made from painted aluminum and matt acrylic. The table lamp can be mounted on the adjustable table base or fixed through the table top.

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'Close to be open' by Agnes Ögren and Valerie Otte

The Berlin and Zurich based designers Valerie Otte and Agnes Ögren cultivate something you could call a long distance studio. Collaborating via Skype and e-mail the two managed to develop their ideas and realise a hormonic series of furniture, which they presented at this year’s Greenhouse during the Stockholm Furniture Fair for the first time.

'Close to be open' by Agnes Ögren and Valerie Otte

“The project explores both the mechanical-physical and the metaphysical aspects of opening and closing and of open and closed states. Both designers are fascinated by products which refer in some way to this and other grey zones of transition.”

'Close to be open' by Agnes Ögren and Valerie Otte

'Close to be open' by Agnes Ögren and Valerie Otte

'Close to be open' by Agnes Ögren and Valerie Otte

'Close to be open' by Agnes Ögren and Valerie Otte

to the Valerie Otte website

Wed 31.3.

Video: News from the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2010

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 31.03.2010 - Tagged as: ,




In these video summeries we put together the most intresting novelties from this year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair. There are three videos in total. Enjoy!


Find more videos of the SFF 2010 here

'Lobby' by Form Us With Love for mitab

The young Swedish designers of Form Us With Love were probably one of the most represented at this year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair. For the Swedish manufacturer mitab they created this upholstered bench with a matching side table – light and simple furniture which perfectly fit into entrance areas, waiting rooms or other social spaces.

'Lobby' by mitab

'Lobby' and 'Piccolo' by mitab

'Piccolo' by Form Us With Love for mitab

more mitab products @ Architonic

'Avalon' by Michael Young

The Swedish manufacturer Swedese recently presented this upholstered armchair, designed by the British born and Hong Kong based Michael Young, at the Stockholm Furniture Fair.

‘Avalon’ has a 360 degree swiveling base with automatic return.

'Avalon' by Michael Young for Swedese

'Avalon' by Michael Young

more Swedes products @ Architonic

'Albert' by Massproductions

'Albert' by Massproductions

The Stockholm based young label Massproductions presented this new series of solid stools at the Stockholm Furniture Fair. The British designer Chris Martin found inspiration in traditional pub stools when he created the robust structure for ‘Albert’.

'Albert' by Massproductions

'Albert' by Massproductions

'Albert' by Massproductions

'Albert' by Massproductions

more Massproductions products @ Architonic