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Stockholm: New from Gärsnäs

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Last year the venerable Swedish furniture makers Gärsnäs showed us they could bring fashion to furniture with Pierre Sindre’s collared Button chair, Anna von Schewen’s bunched Dress chair, and the prototype of Nina Jobs’ quilted Kvilt chair. This year at the Stockholm Furniture Fair, they proved they were committed.

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  Debuting at this year's Stockholm Furniture Fair, the Kvilt chair by Nina Jobs has gone from prototype to production, complete with removable cover.
    Debuting at this year's Stockholm Furniture Fair, the Kvilt chair by Nina Jobs has gone from prototype to production, complete with removable cover.
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  Pierre Sindre’s Button II chair, another new piece debuting at the Stockholm Furniture Fair this week, makes long meetings easier with its new cushioned seat.
    Pierre Sindre’s Button II chair, another new piece debuting at the Stockholm Furniture Fair this week, makes long meetings easier with its new cushioned seat.
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  The just-released Dress sofa, by designer Anna von Schewen.
    The just-released Dress sofa, by designer Anna von Schewen.
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  The Dress sofa features a delicately pleated back.
    The Dress sofa features a delicately pleated back.
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  Designer Anna von Schewen put special attention into the materials used on the front and back of the sofa.  The front is for comfort, the back for display.
    Designer Anna von Schewen put special attention into the materials used on the front and back of the sofa. The front is for comfort, the back for display.
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  Designer Anna von Schewen, seated on her Dress sofa.
    Designer Anna von Schewen, seated on her Dress sofa.

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