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ASPLUND stops the use of silk in their carpets.
In our work to become more sustainable in our production ASPLUND has decided to stop using real silk in our carpets. Silk is a biodegradable material but producing it has a bigger environmental impact than most natural fibers. Also bigger than in some synthetic ones. Our silk is mainly made in in India but also in China and Uzbekistan and the environmental impact plus unclarity about the condition
ASPLUND –Stockholm design week 2020
ASPLUND has existed for 30 years. Our furniture should have the ability to accompany many removals, take on new roles in life with a function and beauty that finds new generations. We have found four new manufacturers. These are the news we are presenting for the Stockholm Design Week 2020: The Tokyo 4, the Chamfer, the Aurora, the OBI, the Webb, the Wedge, the library carpet and the NINAs.
Designer Emma Olbers wins AD Magazine Interior Designer of the Year Award
Designer Emma Olbers has won the Interior Design of the Year 2019 Award for the AD Magazine Germany contest. Emma won the award for her interior design for the Old Library in the newly renovated National Museum in Stockholm, Sweden. The library rug is an important part of the room's interior and it has been designed especially for this project in collaboration between Emma Olbers & ASPLUND.
News in ASPLUND Collection: Introducing the Biblioteket rug for the world
This new rug is designed by Emma Olbers for ASPLUND Carpets for the public library in Stockholm's newly renovated National museum. - It's with great pleasure that we can now offer the Biblioteket rug in the ASPLUND Collection, says Thomas Asplund, CEO.