February 21, 2018

During this year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair, we discovered a number of exciting and inspiring designs. This week, we are presenting you with five of those brand new designs that are in production and ready to order!
Space Copenhagen, 2018
When the historic SAS Royal Hotel in Denmark turned to design duo Space Copenhagen to design a chair that would stand alone, the Loafer was born. Striking and elegant, this stunning chair is a timeless addition to any interior. Whether for an exclusive hotel, club, or a private living space, Loafer offers the ultimate in luxury: the freedom to lounge in style forever.
Gabriella Gustafson & Mattias Ståhlbom, 2017
Inspired by studying the construction of fine art frames, designers Gustafson and Ståhlbom created Bleck: a neat, low, and versatile collection. Inviting and dynamic, Bleck blurs the boundaries between what is appropriate for the home, and what is intended for a public setting, by presenting a design that works perfectly for both.
Anderssen & Voll, 2018
The challenge behind the Pavilion chair was to design a stackable chair used for mass seating in the iconic, multi-purpose venue, the Langelinie Pavilion in Copenhagen. The chair has an airy feeling, with slim arms and legs that contribute to its overall visual lightness.
Kaschkasch, 2018
Designed by German duo Kaschkasch, the Yoma stands apart through its low frame, while the rimof the bed serves as a shelf. Irresistibly soft and inviting, the back cushions can be fixed in different positions, creating a versatile and customizable design suited for sleeping, reading and resting.
Arne Jacobsen, 1959 | 2018
Originally designed in 1959, the Pot™ lounge chair returns in better shape than ever with improved comfort, modern materials, and playful new fabrics. This low, comfortable chair embraces anyone who sits in it, without ever taking over the room.
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