Posts tagged as 'Thomas Bernstrand'

IVY stackable shelf system by Thomas Bernstrand for Swedese

Ivy is a stackable shelf system. The shelves can be stacked in three different ways: Stacked to the left it will lean left, stacked to the right it will lean right. When stacked alternatedly, the modules level out. With just five pieces there one has 81 possibilities to stack the shelf.


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.


'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.


For technical support contact Alfred Giolai Archetypical Lighting by Jens Fager and Thomas Bernstrand for ZERO (SE)