Image

Blog

FROM STOCKHOLM, WITH LOVE

February 20, 2019

Nearly 4,000 miles away from the heart of New York City, the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair marked the beginning of a brand new year for design. But don’t worry, you didn’t miss out, SUITE NY traveled to Scandinavia and back so that you didn’t have to. This week we bring you our top discoveries from one of our favorite design destinations for the most exciting novelties for 2019!
SC24 LOAFER DINING
Space Copenhagen, 2019
Emerging icons, Space Copenhagen, bring the fine dining experience from the SAS Hotel directly into your home with the Loafer Dining chair. Taking after its lounge sibling, the SC23, the SC24 is soft and sturdy, while embodying a lighter, taller, and narrower form. Wood frame with multiple upholstery versions available.
HEDDA
David Ericsson, 2019
“I wanted to cross a step chair with a stag chair, but with a lower back that could be hung up.” Drawing inspiration from the classic Chinese chair and the Greek Klismos chair, David Ericsson’s Hedda was designed to withstand the wear and tear while also suiting long periods of sitting. Detailed and symmetrical, Hedda’s arms can be pushed under a table or hung off the tabletop, in true functional fashion. Frame in solid wood with seat in leather or envelope-weave. 
GJ 118 EASY CHAIR
Grete Jalk, 1958
Originally designed in 1958 by Danish designer and trailblazer, Grete Jalk, the GJ 118 Easy Chair has been reborn. Staying true to its original design, Jalk’s easy chair is sleek, soft, and relaxed. Featuring an exposed wood rail back, the beauty of this piece is visible from every possible angle. Frame in oil-treated European oak or American walnut with KVADRAT upholstery.
ELIN
Färg & Blanche, 2019
Färg & Blanche draw inspiration from their award-winning Emma chair, to bring us the Elin chair. While taking after the Emma, Elin’s lower back and petite arms make it reminiscent of a classical Gothenburg chair. However, this contemporary design exudes modernity through its distinct, upholstered pattern. Elin is available with a swivel base or a four-legged wood base in ash or oak.  
GJ COFFEE TABLE
Grete Jalk, 1960
Originally designed for the American Market in 1960, this refined coffee table is part of Grete Jalk’s 118 Series relaunch. The perfect complement to the series’ easy chair and sofa, this piece features a unique cross-legged solid wood base with a smoked tempered glass top. Frame in oil-treated European oak or American walnut.
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
419 PARK AVENUE SOUTH, 17TH FLOOR
NEW YORK, NY 10016