20 Design Bests at Stockholm Furniture Fair

Founded in 1893, Gärsnäs is a family-owned business with its own factory in the village of Gärsnäs. Working with creative duo Färg & Blanche they launched Julius, a new sofa and lounge chair made using the revolutionary technique of wood tailoring. Wood tailoring involves sewing together pieces of furniture including wooden elements and therefore reduces the use of glue.

Louis Poulsen launched a new series of lamps in collaboration with the Swedish designer and graphic artist Clara von Zweigbergk. The striking aluminum CIRQUE range includes 3 color combinations in three sizes.

Danish design firm WOUD debuted a number of new products including the Nakki sofa designed by Mika Tolvanen, which is suitable for residential and commercial projects available in Kvadrat fabric as standard. 

For Stockholm Furniture Fair Lammhults introduced Comet XL, a deluxe version of its conference and lounge seating range. The design by Gunilla Allard comes in two versions, a conference chair and a lounge chair with an additional footstool.

A2 is a young Swedish brand, their You mirror has a thick frame and a small shelf. The design by Sara Larsson is available in oiled oak, white oiled oak, black stained oak and white painted oak all made in Sweden. Product photos by Patrik Svedberg and Adam Danielsson.

David Design unveiled the Pluvial Lamps, designed by Argentinean Federico Churba. This collection of pendants and table lamps made of moulded lacquered aluminium are equipped with LED light sources. Available as a pendant or a table lamp.

New Works is a Copenhagen based design brand that aims to create pieces of work that intersect design and art. There Moire Light creates an intriguing light effect by rotating the rear portion of the lamp. The almost hypnotic effect with patterns of rings, squares or hexagons can be modified by the user.

Stick by Lightwork is a wall-mounted lamp with an elegant curve. Hand made by the designer Hüseyin Turgut in his studio in Galata, Istanbul the award-winning lamp is available in Bordeaux as standard. It is also available in optional RAL colors or an all brass or all copper version.

Norweigian ygg&lyng are inspired by Norwegian nature. They launched a new light Fender available as a pendant or table lamp. Designed by Elisabeth Graff Espevoll and Elin Louise Sveen.

The winner of the Northern Lighting Student Design Award in 2015 Mads Sætter-Lassen was selected from among 130 entries. The eye-catching Buddy lamp was so well received that for the first time in the history of the student design awards the submission has been put into production. Available in matt finishes of dark grey, off-white, green and Marsala. 

With a company history that dates back to beginning of the 20th century Le Klint still produces all its products in Denmark. For 2016 Le Klint launched at the Northern Light Fair their new Carronade series by Swedish designer Markus Johansson. The new series is produced in American walnut with brass details and matt black lacquer. The collection consists of four versions: a high floor lamp, a spot-pendant, a low floor lamp and a multifunctional table/wall lamp.

Fogia launched the Land rug collection designed by note design studio at the Fair. Available in 3 harmonious color ways.

Designed by Andreas Engesvik, the Bollo lounge chair for Fogia has generously shaped cushions for heightened levels of comfort. 

For the 60th anniversary of Panton One, Montana have launched three new colours for the Panton One frame and also for Panton Wire: Black, Snow, and Moulin Rouge. 

Celebrating its 70th anniversary the award-winning Domus Chair was designed in 1946 by Finnish designer and interior architect Ilmari Tapiovaara. Part of Artek collection since 2010 for the Stockholm Furniture Fair Artek introduced Domus in a range of new leather upholstery colors. 

The Hobo lamp by Orsjo is made of opaque blown glass (blown at the glass studio Mickejohans in Örsjö) formed into a basket construction of brass, meaning each is unique. Original conceived as a single large pendant 3 new formats were released for the Northern Light Fair; a wall lamp, a floor lamp and a small pendant.

Swedese launched the Konnekt and Botanic collections, modular systems to meet the demands of casual work spaces that bridge the gap between work-stations and the conference room. The modules include backrests, tables and other accessories. Colors can be fully adjusted to fit the customer’s requirements.

Public furniture company Nola showcased their new pot planters that are going into production in 2016. These freestanding containers tower above conventional plant stands – the tallest being 197cm. The containers are arranged as duos or triptych supported by slender legs. Available in powder-coated in green, beige and blue. 

Tingest were inspired by the iconic Thonet bistro chairs, to create a contemporary variant of the chair. With a minimalist steel construction with a light and airy feel the Dimma Chair and family of products is made in the only factory in Sweden able to mould the state-of-the-art seat. 

Wästberg presented the new w163 Lampyre, a table lamp developed in collaboration with Inga Sempé. It is made of two opaline glass parts emitting a calming light, which can be adjusted with the dimmer.