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This week I visited the Stockholm Furniture Fair, which is the world’s biggest place for Nordic design. I found lots of great pieces I’d like to use in my interior projects and, of course, I took loads of pictures. Below is a small sampling of what inspired me.
Designed by Jaime Hayón for Magis, the Piña chair steel rod seat creates the visual effects of a pineapple peel (hence the name piña). I like how the two cushions make the seat comfortable while still showing the tufted-like metallic structure.
Hay Copenhagen presented the elegant About a chair by Hee Welling, a chair that works just as well around a dining table as in an office. It is showed here with a swivel base, next to the matching About a table. The pink upholstery is so lovely!
The Danish brand &tradition presented Hoof table with legs sharpened as pencils. The left picture shows the Mass ceiling light with a marble base and behind are Spinning lights with their glossy black exterior finish.
Nice discovery on the small stand of Larsson United: the Nest lights designed by Catarina Larsson. The light is softly glowing through the paper twines which look like little feathers at the extremities.
I just fall in love with this piece every time I see it: Mama Look by Anna Kraitz for Källemo is a sofa that is simple but with a tiny detail that makes all the difference: a leather belt strapped around the backrest. So ‘couture’!
Pedrera floor lamp was originally designed in 1955 by Barba Corsini. It was re-edited by Jq. Ruiz Millet in 1991, completed by the H20 table lamp and it has now been reintroduced by manufacturer Gubi. The perforated shade is graphic and diffuses light beautifully.