Collection by Diana Budds

Seven from Stockholm Design Week

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It's about mid-way through the 2012 Stockholm Design Week and I've been traveling to studios, showrooms, and the show floor of the Furniture and Light Fair to seek out what's new in Scandinavian Design. There were plenty of wonderful things out there—far too many to even begin to think about a comprehensive roundup—but in the following slideshow, I share seven of my favorites in lighting, furniture, textiles, and accessories.

The brainchild of John Löfgren, Jonas Pettersson, and Petrus Palmér, Form Us With Love began in 2005 just as the three…
The guest of honor at the fair is designer Inga Sempé. While she lives and works in Paris, she often collaborates with…
Furniture for public spaces has been a recent interest of mine, and one designer that does a lot of work in the realm…
The contrast between bright colors of petal-like pattern on the Lune curtain by Pia Holm for Almedahls was quite…
I loved the Darjeeling tea trolley by Swedish designer Anna Kraitz for Källemo. Bright color and blonde wood—you can't…
This set of interlocking steel trays by Clara Von Zweigbergk for HAY was another favorite. The color palette and…
Jesper Ståhl designed this sideboard for Abstracta. The ratios of the doors are all based on the module of an A4 piece…
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