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Design House Stockholm

Founded in 1992 by Anders Färdig, Design House Stockholm started as a creative product development company for other brands. Using his vast knowledge in design management from prior experience at companies such as Boda Nova and Höganäs, Färdig created a network of independent designers that remains the platform from which we operate today. In 1997 the Design House Stockholm product collection was launched, starting with Harri Koskinen’s Block Lamp, which immediately became a worldwide success. The Block Lamp has remained one of our top selling products to this day, and is represented in MoMA’s permanent design collection. We have distinguished ourselves as a publisher of design rather than a conventional producer, working in the same way with designers that publishing houses work with authors. Rather than selecting a designer to make a specific product, all designers are invited to bring their personal ideas, of which some are selected for development and production. We look for products that add something new to their genre, products with personality and character. Our collection does not have any specified boundaries - if a product is considered good enough and realistic to produce, we develop it. No matter if it is a mug, a chair, a couture collection or a piece of jewelry. The ambition is to be a mirror of the very best Scandinavian design today - the term ‘Scandinavian’ referring to a philosophic and aesthetic perspective, rather than geography and nationality. To gather a collection of design classics with timeless appeal and qualities that outlives temporary trends. These are the foundations of Design House Stockholm.


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Design House Stockholm Block Lamp

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A sensation of ice and light, of heat and chill. Harri Koskinen plays with contrasts and the archetypes of modern society in his Block Lamp, which became a design classic as soon as it was launched in 1996. The Block Lamp has been showered with design awards ever since, including: Excellent Swedish Design in 1998, the Design Plus Award at the Ambiente Trade Fair in Frankfurt, as well as Best New Product at the accent show in New York in 1999. The lamp became part of MoMA’s permanent collection in 2000. Last year Harri received the Torsten and Wanja Söderberg Prize, Scandinavia’s most prominent design award. The chairman of the jury notes that Harri is an internationally renowned designer who, despite his young age, is perhaps Finland’s greatest contemporary designer, and whose design is a perfect combination of tradition and renewal.
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Design House Stockholm Corner Lamp

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A lamp specially made to brighten up corners. Roberto Cárdenas’s Corner Lamp can be used as either a standalone lamp, or in a group as a family. The Corner Lamp was honoured with GQ Magazine’s “Best Home Product” award in December 2006.
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Design House Stockholm Fia Carafe

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Once again Nina Jobs excels in her quest for functional simplicity with straightforward natural forms and colors. But not without a sophisticated twist to a mouth-blown carafe for wine and water, or to be used as a flower vase. It is no wonder that the Fia is named after the Swedish version of the board game Ludo. The straight lines allude to her playful character, as well as the precisely ground spheres in amber, pink, black and clear crystal.
“Barbara got her bouncy, inflated, roundish look from the children’s character Barbapapa, and her sister Fia is taller and more elegant in appearance, but just as playful. They sure are of the same breed.” As one of the leading ladies of Swedish design, Nina strives for simplicity and a clear-cut relationship to nature, and she likes her objects to address more than just one function. Her carafes are not just refined grace with a certain playfulness; they offer an eco-friendly, elegant alternative for table water in a sharp contrast to the banality of the ubiquitous plastic bottle. Nina has worked for both big and small firms since she finished her design studies in Paris many years ago. She has also helped the Swedish government in curating exhibitions promoting Swedish design abroad. “I believe that it is our ability to embrace new trends that is the secret behind the ongoing success of Scandinavian design. Once upon a time it was all about Form Follows Function, today it doesn’t have to be mass-produced and purely functional, it can be so much more. And just beautiful.”
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Design House Stockholm Nordic Light Candlestick - 4-Arms

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Shape it in any way you like. Jonas Grundell’s Nordic Light is as versatile as it gets. You can fully open this wooden candle holder or fold parts of it away. Available as a four-arm or seven-arm candle holder in black, red, grey and white.
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Design House Stockholm Mini Cord Lamp

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Wires and unruly lamp cords tend to mess up even the most well-planned decor. Instead of the usual snake’s nest of winding cords, Cord Lamp stands surprisingly tall. The design trio Form Us With Love makes a virtue out the problem with the Cord Lamp. The textile cord transforms itself into a steel tube and holds aloft an oversized globe bulb, complete with dimmer and all. “You can let it irritate you, break your neck tripping over it,” says Petrus Palmér together with co-designers Jonas Pettersson and John Löfgren. “Or you can surrender, hide it behind the skirting board or press it into a groove. But it’s smarter to make friends with the enemy, Cord Lamp turns the cursed flex into a simple eye-catcher. If there’s any message to a lamp, just for the fun of it, what about ‘make peace not war’?”
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Design House Stockholm Step Stepladder

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A product is not complete until it is filled with its content. Marcel Duchamp maintained that, to be meaningful, art needed a beholder. In the same fashion, products need their users. This is equally true of bowls, shelves, beds, buildings. In Axel Bjurström's Magazine Table these ideas have been collected in a product.
“What is one to do with the glossy magazines that are all over the place? I pile them up on a little table which gains its stability from the weight of the magazines. The table can be wheeled about like a trolley.”
Magazine Table has two functions in one piece of furniture: it is a magazine rack and it is a neat side table. Place it by the sofa or use it as a bedside table. There is room for a pile of magazines 45 cm high. The angle of the rack prevents the magazines from falling off. The spines of the piled magazines create a sculpture that is in a constant state of flux.
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Design House Stockholm Box Light

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Just open it and let the light flood out. Close it and let the shadows reign. Jonas Hakaniemi’s Box Light is a lamp hidden away in a box, to be drawn out and exposed. A light adjusted with the touch of a hand. Forget about dimmers, this is as straightforward as interactive design can get. “Less is more is my motto. Just touch the light! Create your own light by sliding the lid.” Jonas has a past in the graphic design business in Finland, and has always been interested in the fusion of industrial design and handicraft. Box Light was born in a workshop making a lamp by recycling a simple matchbox, a concept that now has evolved into a thorough sophistication, while still retaining the feel of eco-design and doing away with redundant technology. Although Jonas graduated from the design school in Helsinki just last year, he has already earned an honorable mention from the Red Dot jury for his Box Light. “Scandinavian design is all about timelessness and good quality objects. It has inner spirit, not just outer shapes. I hope to do more furniture design in the future, and I hope to produce beautiful and easy-to-use objects that make everyday life easier.”
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Design House Stockholm Form Pendants

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Lamps are like people, they are happiest in families. The Form Pendants from design group Form Us With Love are a bunch of glass lamps that are stronger as a group. The basis consists of three blown glass forms borrowed from the timeless world of the light bulb with industrial shades and globes but refined to a beautiful abstraction in white with a spatial sensation. The idea is that we should find our own combinations of lamps at work, or at home above the dinner table. Functionally amusing and beautiful. Three lamps together or 25 of them in an illuminated sculptural mobile.
“With very modest means and simple forms, Form Pendants can make a big difference to an interior. There is an almost infinite number of possible combinations.”
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Design House Stockholm Barbara Carafe/Vase

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Nina Jobs has created a mouth-blown carafe for wine and water, or to be used as a flower vase. The accompanying crystal ball can be used as a stopper, or can nestle at the bottom of the carafe, adding a vibrant touch of colour.
“Barbara got her bouncy, inflated, roundish look from the children’s character Barbapapa. Her sister Fia is taller and more elegant in appearance, but just as playful. They sure are of the same breed.”
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Design House Stockholm Bono Bowls - Set of Three

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Catharina Kippel has designed two different sets of mugs, and a set of small bowls. The Bono collection is made in bone china and has décors in black and white, both tactile and eye-catching. The mugs comes in two sizes, each set with four different mugs with patterns in black and white. Bono bowls comes in a set of three, with different sizes and handpainted décor. Each part of the Bono collection comes in Design House Stockholm’s signature black gift box.
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