Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair is the largest event for Scandinavian furniture and lighting design. We are excited to share with you some of the highlights from our team’s visit to this year’s edition of the fair, which took place earlier this month as part of Stockholm Design Week. Have a look at some of the stands that grabbed the attention of our cameras. If you see anything you like but cannot find details on our web site, please get in touch and we can send you further information.
The Danish brand Stouby presenting their new series AYO by designer Susanne Grønlund. A smooth feminine sofa and armchair, so comfortable that you simply wouldn’t want to leave them. Inspired by the smooth shapes of pebbles rounded by the waves and sea.
Carl Hansen & Søn introducing the CH88. This chair was designed by Hans J. Wenger in 1955, but is being produced for the first time now by the Danish company to mark the 100th anniversary of Wegner’s birth. Made of a beautiful combination of wood and steel and available in a variety of wood finishes and colours.
Live demonstration of the weaving technique used for the seat of Carl Hansen & Søn’s Wishbone chair. The seat is hand-woven, and more than 120m of paper cord is used for each chair.
Living room inspiration by Vitra. A room bursting with energy, starring the Alcove sofa series and Visiona stools and the elegant Corniches.
Erik Jørgensen and their iconic Corona chair. Designed by Poul M. Volther in 1964, still popular today.
The colourful selection of Lei chairs by Officeline, especially designed for ladies as a result of extensive research in ergonomics. Men and women assume different positions in order to sit comfortably in a chair, so the Swedish designer Monika Förster has come up with Lei, a model that is specifically tailored to the female body.
The latest innovation from Ragnars’ stylish Stockholm showroom. This smart software of the height-adjustable Ragnars desk counts how many calories you have burnt by working from a standing position. It can also be programmed to remind you when it’s time to stand up, so you can keep up with your personal calorie burn targets.
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