Stockholm Furniture Fair

At the Stockholm Furniture Fair, February 8–12, 2011, stand A23:30,
Swedese will unveil our new collection for 2011 for the first time.

Behind the curtains you’ll find a collection of beautiful, comfortable, intelligent and innovative
pieces of furniture designed by Yngve Ekström, Claesson Koivisto Rune, Broberg & Ridderstråle, Roger Persson, Thomas Bernstrand, Lime Studio, Isaac Chen, Staffan Holm, Marina Bautier, Monica Förster, Michael Young, Setsu & Shinobu Ito, Bror Boije, Michaël Bihain, Naoto Fukasawa, Katrin Olina and GamFratesi.



Swedese Shop+Showroom in Stockholm stays open during the fair period.
At Narvavägen 10, Östermalm, you’ll find both our news and the majority of the Swedese collection. Swedese’s ideals have been the same for the past 65 years – to create beautiful furniture for the future. Together with forward-looking designers who share in the timeless ideals of architecture. Our carpenters in our own factories in southern Sweden are, as always, developing new and smart techniques. We work constantly looking for new eco-friendly materials and production processes – especially considered when developing new models for the Swedese collection. With sublime and long-lasting design, produced by skilful craftsmen and using high quality materials, we create furniture that will last a lifetime. Or longer.

The News on display are:



Lime

– table in four different sizes, each of them in two different heights – 34 and 45 cm.
Steel frame in black- or white lacquer finish and table top in laminate. On three of the sizes
the table top comes reversible with one side in white and the other side in black.
On the fourth size you must decide your choice of colour table top from the beginning.
Design: Lime Studio




Spin

– stool in ash wood which is infinitely stackable.
Available in clear lacquer, black- or white lazur finish.
Design: Staffan Holm



Divido
– round table in two sizes, Ø 95 and Ø 120, in height 72 cm. Entirely in ash wood with black lazur finish, or with legs in ash wood with white lazur finish and the table top in white laminate.
Design: Broberg & Ridderstråle





Ivy
– shelf to build to the height you wish, and in the shape you wish. Available in ash wood with white- or black lazur finish, or in pine wood with clear lacquer finish.
Design: Thomas Bernstrand




Riddle
– magic newspaper hanger. Produced in solid wood, with sound-absorbing rubber rings and polyesther ribbons. Available in white or black colour. For wall assembly.
Design: Isaac Chen




Continental
– sofa with upholstery in fabric or leather
Steel frame in black lacquer, white lacquer or chrome finish.
Design: Claesson Koivisto Rune





Desirée
– café table Ø 64 cm. Table top in white laminate, with white lacquered steel base.
For outdoor or indoor use. Adds to the series including the Desirée chair,
designed by Yngve Ekström 1954, and re-launched by Swedese a year ago.



Happy
– sofa with low back or with high back. Upholstery in fabric or leather. Steel sled base in chrome finish. A sofa adding to the Happy family of easy chairs, chairs and bar stools.
Design: Roger Persson


 

Swedese
Swedese Möbler AB was founded in 1945. It’s a classic Swedish furniture manufacturer with a strong anchor in both the domestic and public domain. In 1956, the architect and Swedese founder Yngve Ekström, designed the Lamino armchair, which has become quite a symbol for the trademark. As designers such as Alvar Aalto, Arne Jacobsen, Poul Kjaerholm and Bruno Mathsson, Yngve Ekström was at the core of a generation of designers who made the concept “Scandinavian Modern” world wide famous.

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