News 2017, 8 NEW FUTURE CLASSICS

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Table Coffee Bean by Monica Förster for Swedese   When designing Coffee Bean, Monica Förster sought inspiration in nature, in line with the Swedese tradition. The name explains the shape, which follows the curved shapes and organic materials of a coffee bean. Specifically, the table also engages in a dialogue with the archives of Yngve Ekström and his design aesthetics, which often took as their starting point a particular shape he had noticed in the rich nature outside his home.

Table Coffee Bean by Monica Förster for Swedese When designing Coffee Bean, Monica Förster sought inspiration in nature, in line with the Swedese tradition. The name explains the shape, which follows the curved shapes and organic materials of a coffee bean. Specifically, the table also engages in a dialogue with the archives of Yngve Ekström and his design aesthetics, which often took as their starting point a particular shape he had noticed in the rich nature outside his home.

The contrasting materials and structures enhance the organic shapes that define Pond, designed by Monica Förster. The monochromatic colour scheme brings harmony and a sense of calmness. It works nicely both as a solitary table and as part of a larger group, whichever you prefer. Depending on availability, it is also possible to order a bespoke version of Pond, made from leftover materials from other productions. This sustainable approach ensures that waste is kept to a minimum.

The contrasting materials and structures enhance the organic shapes that define Pond, designed by Monica Förster. The monochromatic colour scheme brings harmony and a sense of calmness. It works nicely both as a solitary table and as part of a larger group, whichever you prefer. Depending on availability, it is also possible to order a bespoke version of Pond, made from leftover materials from other productions. This sustainable approach ensures that waste is kept to a minimum.

Sofa Wood by Monica Förster for Swedese    Wood is characterized by clear lines and its distinct wooden frame. In both shape and choice of honest materials it reflects the Swedese design tradition as well as Yngve Ekström’s personal vision of creating elegant furniture using tactile materials, exemplified here in the combination of wooden details and textiles.

Sofa Wood by Monica Förster for Swedese Wood is characterized by clear lines and its distinct wooden frame. In both shape and choice of honest materials it reflects the Swedese design tradition as well as Yngve Ekström’s personal vision of creating elegant furniture using tactile materials, exemplified here in the combination of wooden details and textiles.

Sofa Button by Front for Swedese  For their Button Sofa, Front has found inspiration in the Swedese archives in order to express the Scandinavian heritage that is so present in the company’s history as well as in the current collection. This ambition is noticeable not least in the use of crafted wood and leather details, which has resulted in a piece of furniture that works both for public environments and the contemporary home.

Sofa Button by Front for Swedese For their Button Sofa, Front has found inspiration in the Swedese archives in order to express the Scandinavian heritage that is so present in the company’s history as well as in the current collection. This ambition is noticeable not least in the use of crafted wood and leather details, which has resulted in a piece of furniture that works both for public environments and the contemporary home.

Armchair Hug by Monica Förster Fåtölj Hug av Monica Förster  Hug is designed by Monica Förster to be a subtle and soft-spoken piece of furniture, easy to fit into any kind of environment. Compared to many other armchairs, it is smaller in size. Its shapes are warm and welcoming but balanced with a strong and independent character. The aesthetics allude to a certain kind of Scandinavian elegance, but in an updated version, based in a more contemporary approach.

Armchair Hug by Monica Förster Fåtölj Hug av Monica Förster Hug is designed by Monica Förster to be a subtle and soft-spoken piece of furniture, easy to fit into any kind of environment. Compared to many other armchairs, it is smaller in size. Its shapes are warm and welcoming but balanced with a strong and independent character. The aesthetics allude to a certain kind of Scandinavian elegance, but in an updated version, based in a more contemporary approach.

Pond table by Monica Förster and Guest chair by Monica Förster

Pond table by Monica Förster and Guest chair by Monica Förster

Textile Nature by Kustaa Saksi for Swedese    Kustaa Saksi is known for his ability to create whimsical worlds, marked by a dynamic design expression and a deeply personal understanding of nature.  The many intricate details hold mystical symbols and secret messages. With Nature, Saksi brings new energy to the timeless Lamino. It is also available as pillows, in a variety of colours.

Textile Nature by Kustaa Saksi for Swedese Kustaa Saksi is known for his ability to create whimsical worlds, marked by a dynamic design expression and a deeply personal understanding of nature. The many intricate details hold mystical symbols and secret messages. With Nature, Saksi brings new energy to the timeless Lamino. It is also available as pillows, in a variety of colours.

Chair Mino by Thomas Sandell for Swedese Inspired by the iconic Lamino, Thomas Sandell has created Mino. The chair is designed with the shape and needs of the human body in mind. Sandell has carefully considered every aspect of what a chair needs to offer. Making it perfect for someone who values the combination of comfort and aesthetics. Mino is equally nice to look at as to sit in!

Chair Mino by Thomas Sandell for Swedese Inspired by the iconic Lamino, Thomas Sandell has created Mino. The chair is designed with the shape and needs of the human body in mind. Sandell has carefully considered every aspect of what a chair needs to offer. Making it perfect for someone who values the combination of comfort and aesthetics. Mino is equally nice to look at as to sit in!

Table Coffee Bean by Monica Förster for Swedese   When designing Coffee Bean, Monica Förster sought inspiration in nature, in line with the Swedese tradition. The name explains the shape, which follows the curved shapes and organic materials of a coffee bean. Specifically, the table also engages in a dialogue with the archives of Yngve Ekström and his design aesthetics, which often took as their starting point a particular shape he had noticed in the rich nature outside his home.

Table Coffee Bean by Monica Förster for Swedese When designing Coffee Bean, Monica Förster sought inspiration in nature, in line with the Swedese tradition. The name explains the shape, which follows the curved shapes and organic materials of a coffee bean. Specifically, the table also engages in a dialogue with the archives of Yngve Ekström and his design aesthetics, which often took as their starting point a particular shape he had noticed in the rich nature outside his home.

Table Coffee Bean by Monica Förster for Swedese   When designing Coffee Bean, Monica Förster sought inspiration in nature, in line with the Swedese tradition. The name explains the shape, which follows the curved shapes and organic materials of a coffee bean. Specifically, the table also engages in a dialogue with the archives of Yngve Ekström and his design aesthetics, which often took as their starting point a particular shape he had noticed in the rich nature outside his home.

Table Coffee Bean by Monica Förster for Swedese When designing Coffee Bean, Monica Förster sought inspiration in nature, in line with the Swedese tradition. The name explains the shape, which follows the curved shapes and organic materials of a coffee bean. Specifically, the table also engages in a dialogue with the archives of Yngve Ekström and his design aesthetics, which often took as their starting point a particular shape he had noticed in the rich nature outside his home.


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Pond table by Monica Förster and Guest chair by Monica Förster

Pond table by Monica Förster and Guest chair by Monica Förster

Table Coffee Bean by Monica Förster for Swedese   When designing Coffee Bean, Monica Förster sought inspiration in nature, in line with the Swedese tradition. The name explains the shape, which follows the curved shapes and organic materials of a coffee bean. Specifically, the table also engages in a dialogue with the archives of Yngve Ekström and his design aesthetics, which often took as their starting point a particular shape he had noticed in the rich nature outside his home.

Table Coffee Bean by Monica Förster for Swedese When designing Coffee Bean, Monica Förster sought inspiration in nature, in line with the Swedese tradition. The name explains the shape, which follows the curved shapes and organic materials of a coffee bean. Specifically, the table also engages in a dialogue with the archives of Yngve Ekström and his design aesthetics, which often took as their starting point a particular shape he had noticed in the rich nature outside his home.

Coffee bean | swedese

Coffee bean | swedese

Chair Mino by Thomas Sandell for Swedese Inspired by the iconic Lamino, Thomas Sandell has created Mino. The chair is designed with the shape and needs of the human body in mind. Sandell has carefully considered every aspect of what a chair needs to offer. Making it perfect for someone who values the combination of comfort and aesthetics. Mino is equally nice to look at as to sit in!

Chair Mino by Thomas Sandell for Swedese Inspired by the iconic Lamino, Thomas Sandell has created Mino. The chair is designed with the shape and needs of the human body in mind. Sandell has carefully considered every aspect of what a chair needs to offer. Making it perfect for someone who values the combination of comfort and aesthetics. Mino is equally nice to look at as to sit in!

Armchair Hug by Monica Förster Fåtölj Hug av Monica Förster  Hug is designed by Monica Förster to be a subtle and soft-spoken piece of furniture, easy to fit into any kind of environment. Compared to many other armchairs, it is smaller in size. Its shapes are warm and welcoming but balanced with a strong and independent character. The aesthetics allude to a certain kind of Scandinavian elegance, but in an updated version, based in a more contemporary approach.

Armchair Hug by Monica Förster Fåtölj Hug av Monica Förster Hug is designed by Monica Förster to be a subtle and soft-spoken piece of furniture, easy to fit into any kind of environment. Compared to many other armchairs, it is smaller in size. Its shapes are warm and welcoming but balanced with a strong and independent character. The aesthetics allude to a certain kind of Scandinavian elegance, but in an updated version, based in a more contemporary approach.

Armchair Hug by Monica Förster  Hug is designed by Monica Förster to be a subtle and soft-spoken piece of furniture, easy to fit into any kind of environment. Compared to many other armchairs, it is smaller in size. Its shapes are warm and welcoming but balanced with a strong and independent character. The aesthetics allude to a certain kind of Scandinavian elegance, but in an updated version, based in a more contemporary approach.

Armchair Hug by Monica Förster Hug is designed by Monica Förster to be a subtle and soft-spoken piece of furniture, easy to fit into any kind of environment. Compared to many other armchairs, it is smaller in size. Its shapes are warm and welcoming but balanced with a strong and independent character. The aesthetics allude to a certain kind of Scandinavian elegance, but in an updated version, based in a more contemporary approach.

Sofa Wood by Monica Förster for Swedese    Wood is characterized by clear lines and its distinct wooden frame. In both shape and choice of honest materials it reflects the Swedese design tradition as well as Yngve Ekström’s personal vision of creating elegant furniture using tactile materials, exemplified here in the combination of wooden details and textiles.

Sofa Wood by Monica Förster for Swedese Wood is characterized by clear lines and its distinct wooden frame. In both shape and choice of honest materials it reflects the Swedese design tradition as well as Yngve Ekström’s personal vision of creating elegant furniture using tactile materials, exemplified here in the combination of wooden details and textiles.

Textile Nature by Kustaa Saksi for Swedese    Kustaa Saksi is known for his ability to create whimsical worlds, marked by a dynamic design expression and a deeply personal understanding of nature.  The many intricate details hold mystical symbols and secret messages. With Nature, Saksi brings new energy to the timeless Lamino. It is also available as pillows, in a variety of colours.

Textile Nature by Kustaa Saksi for Swedese Kustaa Saksi is known for his ability to create whimsical worlds, marked by a dynamic design expression and a deeply personal understanding of nature. The many intricate details hold mystical symbols and secret messages. With Nature, Saksi brings new energy to the timeless Lamino. It is also available as pillows, in a variety of colours.

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