17 Highlights from the Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair 2019

The winner of the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair’s new award—Born Classic—is Mirror, produced by Swedese and designed by Front.

The site-specific installation, The Unfolding Village by Neri & Hu, who was this year’s Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair guest of honor, addressed the issue of disappearing village culture in China.

  1. The 100 percent bio-based acoustic panels, called Baux Acoustic Pulp by Baux, won the Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair's Best Stand Award.

The annual Greenhouse exhibition represented 20 design schools with 37 designers and design groups sharing their prototypes.

Pholc launched Bounce by Dutch designer Monika Mulderl (at right), as well as Donna by Nina Jobs and Stina Sandwall (at left).

Design House Stockholm addressed a common problem for small-home dwellers with the Flip Table by Swedish designer Jesper Ståhl. With 14 hinges, this table converts into three options: a dining table for six, and a desk, and a sideboard.

Nuura launched a new chandelier collection designed by Sofie Refer: Apiales, inspired by flowers and fond childhood memories, and available with 9 or 18 mouth-blown glass globes in a brushed brass or smooth satin black finish.

Ogeborg in collaboration with Note Design Studio created the warm and welcoming "Camille's Place" for this year’s fair. It’s a concept where workplace is merged with meeting space and lounge and where even the walls have carpet.

The new Loafer sofa SC25, designed by Space Copenhagen for &Tradition, is a complimentary piece to the Loafer chair SC24 designed for the SAS Royal Hotel. Available in two- and three-seater versions.

 Friends & Founders launched a number of new furniture pieces during the Stockholm Furniture Fair, which included the Novel chair designed by Ida Linea Hildebrand. The contrasting two-color silhouette creates a strong geometric form on the monochrome stand.

With a speciality in natural timbers and a passion for craftsmanship Carl Hansen launched several new pieces, including reintroducing the Huntsman Chair by Børge Mogensen. It was designed for a1950s Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild Exhibition in line with its “hunting cabin” theme. Available in solid oak and walnut, the chair’s backrest and seat are fashioned from saddle leather in natural, cognac, or black.

  1. Blå Station added to its award-winning Bob Sofa system, designed by Thomas Bernstrand Stefan Borselius and shown with Bob Job and Bob Light. Bob Light, in collaboration with Zero, can be integrated directly into the Bob backrest.

Kvadrat’s latest collection is in collaboration with Danish designer Margrethe Odgaard. The range of curtains—comprised of Panorama, Diorama, and Suite—follows Odgaard’s “Northchromatic” color palette.

Nordgrona showcased colorful sound absorbers made from hand-picked Reindeer Moss. This natural and hypoallergenic sound absorber is available in three products: Convex, Pixel, and Ceiling.

 Emeco revealed the latest addition to the Alfi soft series: a soft low-back counter stool designed by Jasper Morrison.

Design duo Färg & Blanche created The Bakers House to showcase their design contributions to a variety of brands, including Gärsnäs and Petite Friture, among others.

The Snowtopped installation, created by vinyl flooring specialist Tarkett in collaboration with Note Design Studio, showcases the possibilities of Tarkett materials by exploring the colors and shapes of snow.