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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...read more


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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 Block Lamp

Starting at: $144.00

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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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