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This week, while members of our team are attending Design Week in Stockholm, we’re highlighting pieces by five of our favorite Swedish designers. With their tremendous impact on global design, Swedish designers are renowned for their ability to skillfully prioritize functionality, ergonomics, and aesthetics. Drawing inspiration from the natural beauty of Sweden, their design community has a seemingly endless capacity to create timeless, usable designs that will last for generations. Njut av!
Jens Fager
Designer Jens Fager is the latest collaborator for the Källemo collection. He has won multiple awards in his career, inclufing the Guest of Honour at the Belgium Furniture Fair. His Avec Chair is contemporary and spacious and makes a stunning addition to restaurants, lounges, hotels, or anywhere that guests remain seated for an extended period. Available upholstered in leather or fabric, with optional leather wrapped upper-frame.
David Ericsson
Since graduating from the prestigious Carl Malmsten Furniture School, David Ericsson has produced an impressive roster of designs, many of which are already fully acclaimed furniture classics. David creates products that not only work for the current market, but that will remain relevant over time. Constructed of beech, leather, and brass, the lightweight Madonna chair works equally well at a dining table or at a desk. The Madonna II introduces armrests to this ingenious, award-winning design, adding a new element of comfort and functionality to the original.
TAF Gabriella Gustafson & Mattias Ståhlbom
Winners of the prestigious Bruno Mathsson Award, Swedish designers Gabriella Gustafson and Mattias Ståhlbom were inspired to design the Bleck Collection by studying the construction of stretchers on the reverse sides of oil paintings. 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. Made from solid beech and a variety of leather and fabric options, the collection consists of a sofa, an easy chair, and low tables.
Åke Axelsson
Åke Axelsson is one of Sweden’s most experienced and active designers. As the main designer and co-owner of Swedish furniture company, Gärsnäs, he is highly invested in preserving furniture design knowledge in the country. Since the end of the 1950s, interior design has been his primary focus, but it is chair design that has been his great passion. Created in 2011, Ferdinand is the result of a lifetime immersed in design. Delivered flat-packed, the chair can be constructed in moments with no hardware due to its ingenious self-stabilizing design. Frame in oak. Cushion available in tanned, black, or dark brown leather.
David Regestam
A graduate of both the University of Gothenburg’s School of Design and the University College of Arts, Crafts, and Design in Stockholm, David Regestam set out to design a chair with the intention of creating a cozy and intimate seating experience. The result is Viva, an elegant and eye-catching chair with an exceptional emphasis on comfort. Viva’s juxtaposition of both contemporary and mid-century elements ensure that the design will blend seamlessly into a wide range of spaces. Made exclusively of environmentally sustainable materials, Viva is both stylish and eco-conscious.