Inspiration from Stockholm Furniture Fair 2016

February 16, 2016

Inspiration from Stockholm Furniture Fair 2016

Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair is the world's largest event for Scandinavian furniture and lighting design, showcasing the best new products for residential and contract environments. Our team had a quick, but inspirational visit to the fair this year. Have a look at what we found!

Pilot chair for Knoll designed by Barber & Osgerby looking stunning in cow hide upholstery

Carl Hansen CH22 and CH26 chairs

The newly introduced Carl Hansen CH22 and CH26 chairs designed by Hans J. Wegner. The CH22 (on the left) was the first model in Wegner's debut collection created exclusively for Carl Hansen & Søn in 1950. In designing this chair, Wegner also created a blueprint for transforming the lounge chair into a dining chair. This previously unknown design with the model number CH26 (on the right) bears a striking resemblance to CH22, sharing many of the design elements characteristic of Wegner. 

Utzon Woodlines Rug

Yet another striking new design from the Carl Hansen stand, Woodlines Rug was designed by Danish multidisciplinary artist Naja Utzon Popov. Naja is the granddaughter of Jorn Utzon, who designed the famous Sydney opera house. The rugs collection is inspired by nature and the intrinsic poetry of natural materials. 

Vitra Mariposa armchair

Vitra Mariposa armchair and Planophore bookshelf, both designed by the British award-winning duo Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby

Vitra Zeb Stool family

The Vitra Zeb Stool family got two brand new members: Zeb Stool Foam Back (first one on the left) and Zeb Stool Gym (in the middle).

Vitra Allstar chair and Hack desk system

The funky Vitra Allstar office chair looking great in combination with the innovative and flexible Hack adjustable desk system, which makes can be easily altered to help you transition from work to events or entertainment mode. Both the chair and the Hack system were designed by Konstantin Grcic.

Lei chair by Officeline in new finish

Lei, the Officeline chair designed for Ladies, showing off its new upholstery

Lei chair counter stool

Lei chair also looks great in a counter stool version!

Hoeganas chair by Officeline

Höganäs, Lei chair's big brother from the Officeline family.

Framery booths

Framery O and Framery Q booths: Framery O (on the left) is an acoustic phone booth for confidential calls, and Framery Q (on the right) is the newly launched two-man version for one-on-one meetings and focused working. 

Framery Q booth

The Framery Q meeting room making a cameo appearance at the Martela stand. The booth's furniture can be configured in four different ways according to your needs, so it can be used for a quick meeting with colleagues, video conferences, brainstorming sessions or for long periods of working on your own without distractions.

Martela office furniture

Mondays can indeed make you happy when you are surrounded by Martela's beautiful office furniture.

 





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