Långbordet Wins a Monocle Design Award
The Långbordet public space table was designed by White Architects and installed in several Swedish cities. Nola is pleased to announce that the project received a Monocle Design Award in the Best Public Furniture category. The award was presented for the version of Långbordet installed in Hamntorget, a small urban plaza in central Stockholm.
Nola's Långbordet creates a new meeting place in Södermalm
Nola has contributed to furnishing Hamntorget - a new social meeting place in Södermalm, Stockholm. The place is designed by landscape architects from White Architects and has been furnished with Nola's Långbordet, designed by White. The modular countertop is adapted to the setting of the location and gives rise to meetings and conversations, which contribute to community and safety.
The Nola Sigill at the Swedish Institute in Paris
Nola's Sigill sofa, Note Design Studio & Gunilla Allard, will be on permanent display at the Swedish Institute in Paris. Sigill satisfies high demands on sustainable production with materials selected to ensure long life and high quality. At an event on 5th September, focusing on sustainable production, the short film 'Respect - Inside Swedish Design' by Interior Cluster Sweden will be on show.
Nola furnish the terrace at the awarded Biomedicum
Nola has furnished the terrace at the award-winning Biomedicum at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. The Areal furniture group, by designer Broberg & Ridderstråle and the Sun table, by Monica Förster are shaped individually and perforated with holes that catch light and cast shadows. Interior design by Nyréns Architects. Biomedicum was recently awarded the prestigious 'Building of the Year'.
Swedish Design Award for Loj Sun Chair
Nola can proudly announce that our outdoor furniture Loj Sun chair, by prominent designer Thomas Bernstrand, has received the award “Outdoor Furniture of the Year” in the ELLE Decoration Swedish Design Award 2019. The justification reads: ”A classic lounger which, thanks to an unexpected twist in the choice of material becomes something entirely new.”