Stockholm Furniture Fair: Chairs

Stockholm Furniture Fair-Light

Stockholm Furniture Fair was also a light fair. And it showed. There were diversity in styles both from independent designers and well known brands. I particularly fell for the pendants above called Theory made by Marianne Andersen. They feel delicate but quircky at the same time. I could envision them being the star of an interior setting.

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Wästerberg also had some inspiring lights. Here shown are the Nendo w132 designed by Nendo, who also did the entrance installation. I like its simple form, colourways and metal wire.

Stockholm Furniture Fair-Light

Oh and not to forget the light sources from Secto. The way they play with light makes them so appealing. What do you think?

Stockholm Furniture Fair-Light

Photo: Design Studio 210

I also bumped into Alvar Aaltos lamps from Artek; funky and cute at the same time. The different coloured cables are a nice touch. But with that being said doesn’t it feel as if we have been seeing this for sometime now? From an interior aspect a coloured cable does add interest to a space and can be a great way to create rhytm. One needs to consider if this interest is needed.

With this I am wrapping up my little write ups from Stockholm Furniture Fair. I have added some photos in an album on Facebook. And if you want more, have a look at Mackapars blog and her posts from there.

 

Stockholm Furniture Fair: Chairs
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