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New Nordic Designs to Love from Stockholm Design Week 2016

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The month of February means all eyes on are design in the Nordic countries, as the region’s furniture designers and manufacturers launch fresh products en masse during Stockholm Design Week. Take note of these highlights.

Norwegian duo Anderssen & Voll plays with a classic Erik Jørgensen design in their new sofa for the Danish brand.
Swedish designer Carina Seth Andersson focuses on smaller items in her work, mainly in glass or ceramics.
British designer Jasper Morrison has a longtime love for Scandinavian design, and not least Danish.
Issey Miyake’s studio has created a small collection of tableware and interior textiles for Finnish brand Iittala.
Swedish producer Källemo’s furniture collection has always been an eclectic mix of strong designs with an artistic...
The late Gunilla Lagerhem Ullberg transformed Swedish carpet manufacturer Kasthall during her 28 years as chief...
Danish light brand Louis Poulsen’s brief to graphic designer Clara von Zweigbergk was exact: Create a lamp inspired by...
An unassuming little helper is how young Danish designer Mads Sætter-Lassen modestly describes his desk lamp, Buddy,...
Smaller Objects was founded by architecture and design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune in 2015, and produces a range of...
Berlin-based designer Dirk Winkel’s new lamp designed for Wästberg, w164 Alto, has a distinct architectural quality.
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