Stockholm Furniture Fair 2011- Mosaiik lounge chair


Mosaiik lounge chair is one of the launched products during the Stockholm Furniture Festival 2011, which takes place at present. The inspiration for this design came from nature, from sunflower seeds and how they are positioned.

On a metal substrate with a grid structure 297 foam cubes, coated with wool wew placed in a mosaic pattern, for a soft and smooth surface. The back  side was left uncovered so that the manufacturing process to be better understood.
Mosaiik lounge chair has a modern appearance through the colorful design and the metal frame, but also a warm and welcoming style. The chair is made by the swedish designer Annika Goransson.

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Garden Plate


Combining extreme lightness and visual transparency, Junya Ishigami continues his experimentation with deceptive design in Garden Plate. The low table acts as an evocative, out-of-scale home garden. Through ishigami’s artistic approach to his designs throughout his career, he has helped to redefine the boundaries between art and architecture.

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Curved plywood frame with digital prints


Curved plywood frame is a very popular choice these days. The ones from Ideal Form Team realised this and made a furniture collection that would use this idea along with some digital prints with rose, leaf, lace or tartan detail for a more special look.

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Phantom Table – limited edition

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A limited edition of an amazing design, only nine pieces were made. The Phantom Table is made out of carbon fiber and plastic and it seems like a floating table cloth. Producator: Stilwerk.

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Kiki van Eijk at the Dutch Design Week 2010

Kiki van Eijk presented at the Dutch Design Week 2010 the “Floating Frames” made from brass wire and ceramic parts.¬† The clocks, candle holders and lamps were amazing .

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Scroll chair


A minimal design inspired by the Chinese traditions regarding calligraphy was the winner of the 2010 Grand Prize of Designed of China. The curvy seat resembles the scroll that was used for painting and writing by the Chinese people. Designer: XU Gongwei.

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Bride a very feminine lamp

The atmosphere created by the bride is feminine and airy; this most definitely a lamp with a gender; evidently that of the fairer sex. and for those who enjoy plenitude, several brides look simply radiant together creating a feeling of fruitfulness and abundance in a room and illuminating large spaces beautifully.

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