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Stockholm Furniture Fair 2011: Part II

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After examining the wares of the younguns over at the Greenhouse, it was time to venture into the main portion of the Stockholm Furniture Fair. As is the case with any major design show, there were rows and rows of beautiful items, scores of exhibitors busily tending to last-minute booth preperations, and a constantly growing number of people shuffling around, mouths agape. Here we present a few images captured during eight straight hours on the floor—you'll see some just-released items, some old Scandinavian favorites, and lots and lots of this country's favorite color—yellow.

Please visit the slideshow to see images from the 2011 Stockholm Furniture Fair.

This year marks the sixtieth anniversary of the Stockholm Furniture Fair, and this display just outside the entrance to...
The brothers Campana attend to the finishing touches of the Bolon booth.
Designer Maria Westerberg won the 2011 Green Furniture Award for her T-Shirt Chair, which she created as her final...
The Leaf Lamp, by Australian designer Peter Schumacher, won the Green Furniture Award in 2010.
Cozy cubby form, accented by—what else?—yellow cabinets, by kids' furniture purveyor Lekolar.
Myrstacken, a task lamp and table concept by Konstfack student Frans Felix Ahlberg Eriksson, was displayed in the...
Arik Levy, the show's guest designer of honor and keynote speaker, created this lounge in the middle of the convention...
This trio of teenagers enjoyed the comfy space for quite a bit of time.
As soon as Levy spotted the lolling teenagers, he was delighted—they were obviously experiencing the space as he...
Sprinkled about the show floor were Nordic design classics of yesteryear.
The Strapp Shelf, by Britta Teleman, is elegant and simple—steel, leather and brass.
Alexander Lervik's conceptual installation, called Dimensions, was the crown jewel of the Light Bar—a pavilion at dead...
Royal 6 & 14, by Niclas Hoflin, is meant to evoke the impression of sitting close to an open fire.
Lorenza Luti, director of marketing and retail for Kartell.
Anna Lindgren, one third of the Swedish design group Front.
Two easy plywood pieces from Danish furniture purveyor Hay—the Ru Chair, by Shane Schneck, left, and the Shanghay...
The chrome-and-rosewood Stokke armchair, created by Danish designer Jens Quistgaard in 1965.
Oslo–based Cathrine Kullberg, whose blond-birch Norwegian Forest lamps have become a Scandinavian mainstay since she...
A new release from Design House Stockholm—Catharina Kippel has added a deep cobalt blue to her popular Bono collection.
The Area Table and Footstool, by Anya Sebton, was a big hit for Lammhults in 2010.
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