Here Are 12 of the Coolest Pieces From Stockholm Design Week 2018

Stockholm was packed with the world’s biggest retailers and designers looking for the latest in Scandinavian design at the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, the world’s leading event for Scandinavian design. The city also hosted Stockholm Design Week 2018 for the public so everyone could get their Scandi-fix. Here are our favorite 12 pieces from the show:

1. KLASSIK daybed

Poul Volther’s 1959 daybed has been put into production by KLASSIK Denmark in collaboration with Volther’s family.

2. Apollo 79 pendant

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Pholc presented the new Apollo 79 pendant lamp by Broberg & Ridderstråle. Cone-like shapes in brass or aluminum are accented in seven muted tones and several sizes.

3. Air sideboard

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Design House Stockholm’s Air sideboard uses rattan in a modern way. Place a lamp inside the sideboard to really make it pop!

4. Pax chair

Fredrik Mattson designed the versatile Pax chair for Materia. It’s designed to be small in scale with a curved shell.

5. Mame chair

Luca Nichetto was the star of Scandinavian Design Week 2018 with several stunning designs. The Mame chair, produced by Fogia Sweden, is the perfect fusion of Scandinavian design and sleek, Italian styling.

6. Levier shelf system

Voice’s Levier bookshelf, designed by Cate Högdahl and Nelson Ruiz-Acal of Cate & Nelson, is perfect for small spaces.

7. Mimic mirror

The Danish brand Muuto presented Norma Studio’s Mimic mirror, which is functional on one side and decorative on the other.

8. Nestor modular sofa

Skandiform’s Nestor Collection was designed by Lars Hofsjö to be mixed and matched in configurations and colors.

 9. Alphabeta floor lamps

The spun-steel shades of Luca Nichetto’s Alphabeta lamp are grouped in pairs to direct light down and up. Customers can mix and match the shades to create a custom lamp of their choice.

10. Rose chair

Massproductions developed the Rose chair using 3D printing technology.

11. Barn & Fences cubicles

Swedish designer Johan Kauppi created this office system for Glimakra of Sweden. Inspired by the small farmhouses of the Swedish Lapland, the houses and dividers are semi-transparent and sound absorbent.

12. Palais Royale table

Anya Sebton and Eva Lilja Löwenhielm designed the Palais Royale table for Asplund, made of lacquered oak panels and an oak veneered top.

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