14 Highlights From Stockholm Furniture Fair 2017

Australian designer Tom Fereday created an elegant series of chairs, tables, and stools for SP01. They're made to withstand the toughest of environments, the Australian outdoors. Shown here is the Jeanette chair and Eileen table.

Louis Poulsen is celebrating the 60th anniversary of Arne Jacobsen’s iconic AJ lamps with a new color palette. The collection consists of seven new hues: dark green, ochre, rust red, midnight blue, aubergine, and two gray tones.

Design bar by Note Design Studio at the Stockholm Furniture Fair. Photography by Mathias Nero.

Design bar by Note Design Studio. Photography by Mathias Nero.

Trend exhibition by stylist Lotta Agaton at the Stockholm Furniture Fair. Photography by Mathias Nero.

Sibast furniture launched the Sibast No. 7 Lounge, a reimagined design of a 1953 archive piece.

The classic concept of form following function is epitome of Scandinavian design. It's particularly evident in the relaunch of the CH23 dining chair from Hans Wegner’s first collection for Carl Hansen & Søn.

Northern Lighting launched a smoked gray neutral tone for their Say My Name table and Ceiling lamp. The lamp, created in the glass furnaces of Venice, will be available in both a glossy transparent and a matte finish. Photography by Chris Tonnesen.

Kvadrat presented new textiles by Tone Barnung and Louise Sigvardt. The introductions include Foss, which has a color palette inspired by the Scandinavian landscape, with muted blues reminiscent of the rough sea and deep forest greens.

Skagerak’s minimalist Hven series consists of armchairs and tables. The chairs are available in three colors and the solid oak tables come in two different lengths. All the wood comes from FSC-certified forests.

Gubi’s new TS Column Table is available in three heights. It was specifically designed for the Flora Danica restaurant in Paris.

Fredericia presented a new range of barstools and side tables designed by French designer Aurélien Barbry, known for his functional and minimalist design approach.

Danish design company &tradition teamed up once again with acclaimed designer Jaime Hayon on the Catch lounge chair, following the success of the swivel-based version released last year. Jaime Hayon was also guest of honor at the 2017 Stockholm Furniture Fair.

Designed by Brad Ascalon for Swedish company Mitab specifically for public environments, the modular seating system Ascent incorporates USB charging facilities.

The Dowel stool by Mr.Fräg with a polished solid brass seat and turned timber legs in ash.