Bilder

Haze - design Anna Sjöberg Wernersson and Malin Berglund

Haze - design Anna Sjöberg Wernersson and Malin Berglund

2016-02-08 16:36 CET

Haze is an indefinable piece of furniture that functions as both a chair and a lamp. It has a silicone surface and a base in frosted plastic that hides a rechargeable light source. A touch function provides light, which spreads across the floor. The rounded bottom gives the furniture a rocking motion and creates a more active sitting experience. The soft top makes Haze comfortable to sit on.

Rullo - design by Aron Lidström

Rullo - design by Aron Lidström

2016-02-08 16:34 CET

Car, box, cupboard, soap box car or whatever. Think inside or outside the box and use it how, where and when you want! With Rullo you can go as far as you wish.

Rullo - design by Aron Lidström

Rullo - design by Aron Lidström

2016-02-08 16:33 CET

Car, box, cupboard, soap box car or whatever. Think inside or outside the box and use it how, where and when you want! With Rullo you can go as far as you wish.

Andersson - design by Isa Andersson

Andersson - design by Isa Andersson

2016-02-08 16:31 CET

In the construction of rattan furniture you can see narrative text-like patterns and shapes emerging, as well as inspiration from graffiti, not only in text composition, but also as an expression of existence. Billy and Karlstad are product names from Ikea that describe personality and origins. The Andersson rattan sofa will be my three-dimensional signature that suits every room.

Mo(u)ld - design Elina Johansson

Mo(u)ld - design Elina Johansson

2016-02-08 16:28 CET

Mo(u)ld is a piece of furniture where you can adjust the height and angles by threading on the cylinders wherever you want them to be. Flip back the backrest and you have a sun lounger. Since fabrics change colour when they are exposed to sunlight and water, I’ve made a cushion that can stay out even in bad weather. The mould print only gives any future discolouration patina and uniqueness.

Carried Away - design Kristina Kruuna

Carried Away - design Kristina Kruuna

2016-02-08 16:25 CET

I got my idea for the tray table when I thought about the problem of sitting outside and eating; crockery, glasses, food and drink have to be carried out and in. I wanted to make carrying them easier and used the classic tray and side table as my basis. The tray table has a high edge and a tall frame, and the tray table has a water jet-cut pattern inspired by the pomegranate.

Botten - design Johanna Palm

Botten - design Johanna Palm

2016-02-08 16:22 CET

The balcony is a natural extension of the home. The floor is an often neglected detail, despite being the foundation of a room and having the ability to create atmosphere. I have designed a floor that, unlike the city’s concrete and straight lines, takes its inspiration from nature and rounded pebbles by the sea. It is a click-lock floor in a wood-plastic composite that is simple to put together.

Hölja - design Sanna Gripner

Hölja - design Sanna Gripner

2016-02-08 16:20 CET

Having outdoor furniture takes some work; wind and rain mean they need to be dried, moved and sometimes covered. Since Hölja has a collapsible back that functions like a protective case, you can simply fold the back down when you leave the chair out on the balcony or decking. The chair is covered with an outdoor fabric in spun-dyed polyester from Sunbrella and has a frame with steel legs.

Hölja - design Sanna Gripner

Hölja - design Sanna Gripner

2016-02-08 16:17 CET

Having outdoor furniture takes some work; wind and rain mean they need to be dried, moved and sometimes covered. Since Hölja has a collapsible back that functions like a protective case, you can simply fold the back down when you leave the chair out on the balcony or decking. The chair is covered with an outdoor fabric in spun-dyed polyester from Sunbrella and has a frame with steel legs.

Eff - design Sara Sjöbäck

Eff - design Sara Sjöbäck

2016-02-08 16:14 CET

I’ve investigated the balcony and the garden as a potential extra room. The module EFF creates an architectonic space that could be used to make a private environment on the balcony or define a space outdoors. The EFF module consists of three parts: an arched frame with a flower box to store climbing plants, a solar-powered lamp and a folding table with space for four.