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