The Scandinavian design brand is expanding its multifunctional design collection, created in collaboration with the renowned British design duo Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, who have developed significant objects for leading design companies for several decades. The welcoming design, combining excellent craftsmanship and industrial details, is now joined by a high table, a column table, and a barstool – additions that ensure the collection meets even more needs.
With its minimal footprint and generous comfort, the Plan Collection has quickly gained popularity in both private homes and interior projects worldwide since launching in 2022. The vision has been to create an innovative, elegant, and durable collection, and with the introduction of three new designs – Barstool, Column Table, and High Table – the vision of elegant multifunctionality across homes, offices, hotels, and restaurants is solidified.
The Plan Barstool is available in three variants: Plywood, seat upholstered, and fully upholstered while the frame is available in black or brushed steel and has two additional carefully curated color variants: Bordeaux and Modernist Green.
A collection crafted for a circular economy
With its minimal footprint and generous comfort, the Plan Collection has quickly gained popularity in private homes and interior projects worldwide since its launch in 2022.
With certifications such as FSC and EU Eco Label, the collection is designed for a circular economy including options of 100% circular Kvadrat Really table tops and traceable, organic leather.
Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby founded their East London studio in 1996 after studying architecture at the Royal College of Art. For more than two decades, their work has challenged the boundaries of design internationally.
The strength of Barber and Osgerby’s creative partnership has led to collaborations with some of the world’s most progressive companies, and their diverse body of work spans industrial design, furniture, lighting, and site-specific installations as well as gallery and public commissions such as the London 2012 Olympic Torch and projects for the Royal Mint.
Barber and Osgerby work with leading global manufacturers, including Vitra, Knoll, B&B Italia, Flos, Venini and Hermès. Their work is held in permanent museum collections worldwide, including the V&A and the Design Museum in London, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and the Art Institute of Chicago.