'Fisherman' pendant lights by Mattias Ståhlbom for Zero; photo by Jonas Lindström & TAF
Now that’s what we call a catch! Inspired by the traditional glass fishing floats used by the fishermen around the world since mid-19th century, the Swedish designer and architect Mattias Ståhlbom of Stockholm’s TAF studio has created this series of subtle pendant lights for the Swedish lighting specialists, Zero. (more…)
The Stockholm based design and architecture studio TAF Arkitekter created this new strip light for the Swedish manufacturer ZERO. We met Mathias Ståhlbom from TAF and talked about the story of the piece. Enjoy!
The Swedish architects TAF recently unveiled their new upholstery collection they designed for the Italian gallery Rossana Orlandi in Milan.
Gabriella Gustafson and Mattias Ståhlbom, founders of TAF, asked themselves, what the easiest way to upholster a piece of furniture could be – Probably the way you wrap a parcel. Instead of using paper the architects wrapped the square foam pieces with high-quality fabric. The result is a serie of different sized soft modules – loaded on a trolley they even become an easy chair.