Stockholm 2015 Furniture and Light Fair housing colorful and newest designs between February 3 and 7.
As Architecture of Life team, we compiled the featuring projects at the fair.
Here are these fantastic designs:
Chair Designed by Glen Baghurts
Australian designer Glen Baghurts, showed his first collection at the fair at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair. The design that can be used as a chair and an armchair attracted attention with its simplicity and functionality.
Jenny Nordberg’ s Super Fast Furniture
Jenny Nordberg showed the collection “3 to 5 Minutes” containing two easy chairs with additional pillows, a small trolley and a dining table with four chairs, all together made in less than an hour at Stockholm F&L Fair.
This project is a continuation of the recent “3 to 5 Seconds – Rapid handmade production” where Jenny Nordberg explored speed in her search for ways to combine different properties of the mass produced and the handmade. This work is like many other of Nordberg’s projects a part of a larger and ongoing work about how we produce and consume today, how we’ve done historically and how it might could be different onwards.
Icy Lighting -Siri Bahlenberg & Sofia Bergfeldt
Swedish designers Siri Bahlenberg and Sofia Bergfeldt have created a lampshade Melt “Melt and Recreate” manufactured of ice that gradually melts back into its mould so it can be re-frozen and utilised once more.
The LEDs are suspended over the ice and the light that they emit is performed through the strong mass by the fibre optics – creating the probably lethal blend of water and electrical power secure.
Silje Nesdal Designs
Granit, holding the boks in an easy and enjoyable way by its natural and simple style was at the Fair for those who are fond of natural designs.
Linkki is a storage system made from a birch frame that supports interchangeable powder-coated aluminium shelves and box “buckets”. You can set your own system due to how big you need.
The design was inspired by the traditional Finnish log-houses and Japanese bamboo scaffolding.
Nesdal, inspired by the furniture in 50’s and 60’s and combining that style with contemporary lines gives the chance to use the furniture in different shapes from sofa to bed according to different needs.
Images: Silje Nesdal