Posts tagged as 'SFF 2011'
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.
'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:
'Loom' by Benjamin Hubert for ZERO
Benjamin Hubert designed ‘Loom’ for the Swedish lighting manufacturer ZERO. Inspired by the traditional Chinese lantern the young British designer created a series of textile pendant lights, made from a high-tech 3D-woven polyester material.
This year's novelties by the Swedish manufacturer Swedese
The Swedish manufacturer Swedese launched a wide range of novelties at this year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair. Amongst them pieces by Thomas Bernstrand – who received for his ‘Ivy’ shelf the Form+1 Award 2011 – and Claesson Koivisto Rune.
'Nagasaki' chair by Mathieu Matégot for Gubi
The Danish manufactruer Gubi launched at this year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair a re-edition of the ‘Nagasaki’ chair and ‘Kangourou’ coffee table designed in the 1950s by the Hungarian designer Mathieu Matégot. Both pieces are composed of a light metal frame covered with perforated sheet metal.
'Crown' easy chair by Massproductions
The Swedish label Massproductions founded by the designers Magnus Elebäck and Chris Martin presented some new pieces at this year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair, amongst them these beautiful upholstered armchairs. ‘Crown’ seems to be simply composed of four upholstered panels, in fact the artful compositions, with the backrest balancing on the armrests, is based on an inner structure made of tabular steel.
"Let the materials behave as they want": 'Spook' by Iskos - Berlin for Blå Station
The newly founded designer duo Iskos – Berlin, consisting of the Danish designers Boris Berlin and Aleksej Iskos, realised this armchair for the Swedish manufacturer Blå Station. We all remember the neat ‘Nobody’ chair Boris Berlin / Komplot created for HAY. ‘Spook’ is made with the use of the same material and technique – moulded polyester felt – characterised by a completely different approach, though.
Emma Marga Blanche and Fredrik Färg, designers and initiators of the exhibition
Fascinated by the fantastic scenery of the ”Biologiska” Museum in Stockholm, the French born designer Emma Marga Blanche developed together with the Swedish designer Fredrik Färg the idea of a design exhibition within the the museum’s magic premises. 20 national and international designers from more than 15 countries were invited to expose their newest creations during this year’s Stockholm Design Week from 9 – 12 February.