Country of Origin: Sweden
Swedese is a classic Swedish furniture producer with a strong anchor in both the public and domestic domain. Swedese’s ideals are the same today as they have been for the past seventy years. These are to create beautiful furniture for the future, which build on the foundations of Scandinavian modern traditions, designed by forward-looking designers who share in the timeless ideals of architecture.
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Boxplay is robust and elegant at the same time. The irregular shape adds playfulness, and this sofa, straight or corner, has the ability to become the centerpiece of any room. And it will become more beautiful with every sitting.
Monica Forster's designs are based on many feelings and contradictions, to create something new, powerful, useful and poetic. Like the Breeze table, inspired by a soft summer breeze creating small waves in a tablecloth, forever conveying a memory of a lazy summer day.
Cartoon was inspired by the spontaneity of childrenﾒs drawings. It features an interesting mix of cartoon-like proportions, austere Scandinavian style and precise detailing.
Continental is a landmark in modern Swedese history. It's generous, comfortable and immodest in a way that's not typically Swedish, yet it's placed on an elegant steel frame. It's an interesting contradiction, and a success designed by Merten Claesson, Eero Koivisto and Ola Rune.
Belgian Marina Bautier creates multifunctional furniture and objects without hampering the design. Shying away from technological rhetoric, she emphasises the beauty and the modernity of familiar materials, especially wood.
Berlin-born, London-based Corinna Warm is praised for her innovative and surprising work. Like Drum, which holds fruit without a bowl and flowers without a pot. Place a wooden lid on it, to create a regular coffee table with storage space.
Organically shaped with stalk-like legs, made with the veneer lamination technique, Flower is a table with such strong design that itﾒs become a symbol for Swedese. It's available in three heights that create opportunities for playing with lines and creating a nest of tables.
London-based design duo Barber & Osgerby has designed a comfortable and solid chair with a totally unique look, drawing inspiration from the shape of a human hand.
Grace has a simple, yet brilliant construction. Half of the backrest is in front of the back legs, while half is behind them, imbuing the chair with comfort and character.
The Happy barstool is the Happy chair with longer legs and a lower backrest. This transformation resulted in a modern barstool in two different heights: one for the traditional bar and one for the slightly lower kitchen island.
Frame in steel tubing. 5-star (4-star on foot stool) swivel base in recycled aluminium, polished, white or black lacquered. Or steel disc swivel base lacquered white, black or chrome finish. Filling moulded high resilience foam, with Pascal pocket springs in the seat.
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