Articles tagged Stockholm Design Week


Stockholm Design Week 2017 – the best that lit up the room

STOCKHOLM – Frame looks at the fair’s standout pieces, from a shelf that’s always ready for its next home to ethereal luminaires that embrace darkness as much as light.


Stockholm Design Week 2017 – the best of softness and seating

STOCKHOLM – Frame reports on the innovative fabrics and nostalgic chairs at the biggest week of the year for Scandinavian design.

The co-working space inside Clerkenwell church sports Tom Dixon's Industrial Landscapes.

Tom Dixon depicts London's chaos for Ege's Industrial Landscape collection

In a valiant visualisation of London's chaotic mix of picturesque castles and ugly buildings, British designer Tom Dixon stamps swirls of smog upon the latest collection with ege.

Summit has selected 24 contemporary Swedish designers for the Subjectivities exhibition at Nationalmuseum in Stockholm (pictured: Lena Bergström's sculpted glassware).

Subjectivities at the Nationalmuseum

Nationalmuseum Design opens at Kulturhuset in Stockholm on 6 February. The first exhibition is a collaboration with the architecture and design podcast Summit and contains highly personal and …

We Live Here celebrates Finnish and Icelandic design by decorating a Swedish apartment with contemporary works.

We Live Here at Stockholm Design Week

During this year's Stockholm Design Week, 55 leading Icelandic and Finnish designers will ‘move in together’ in an apartment, harmoniously decked-out in their designs.

Delta Stool by Stina Löfgren and Kristoffer Sundin was presented during Stockholm Design Week.

Delta Stool by Stina Löfgren and Kristoffer Sundin

Taking the idea of doodling on your desk to a whole new level, Konstfack graduates, Stina
Löfgren and Kristoffer Sundin routed illustrations into the surface of a stool.

Färg & Blanche use heavy-duty sewing machines to sew the plywood shapes together.

Wood Layer Armchair by Färg & Blanche

Spools of thread and sewing machines aren’t the typical tools of choice for designers who work primarily with hard surfaces, but nor are Fredrik Färg and Emma Marga Blanche in the business of …

BAUX is a joint venture between Fredrik Franzon, Johan Ronnestam and the design studio Form Us With Love

BAUX Träullit by Form Us With Love

At the launch of BAUX Träullit – a new building material – in Stockholm this week, one of the founding members of BAUX, entrepreneur Fredrik Franzon recalled his first visit to the factory where …

All the sets in the film were created using Bolon carpets.

The Contradiction of Silence by Alexander Ekman

In celebration of the launch of its new carpet range, carpet company Bolon commissioned renowned choreographer Alexander Ekman to create a short film. The playful and witty piece features sequences …

A scout camp was the concept for the design of the Greenhouse.

Camp Greenhouse by Note

Multi-disciplinary studio Note designed the Greenhouse area of this year’s Stockholm furniture and light fair. Based on the concept of a scout camp, the installation consists of a huge wooden …

The installation is located next to the Greenhouse area at Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair.

Get the Balance Right by GamFratesi

Design duo, Stine Gam and Enrico Fratesi, are no strangers to the Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair. Featuring as this year’s guest of honour, GamFratesi first exhibited at the Greenhouse area of …

Vinge by Note Design for Orsjo.

Stockholm Review: Top 10 Products

The best of Scandindavia, from this week's Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair, included colourful pendant lamps, folding tables, and new twists on classic wooden chairs.