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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. It does not 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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  1. Sometimes wrong becomes right. Margot Barolo and Ulrika Mårtensson experimented with sculptural patterns by getting a knitting machine to go ‘wrong’; the tension of the yarn and its elasticity caused the piece of knitting to turn itself round, thereby creating a living structure which is both stylish and unruly in expression. Thanks to its billowing form the fabric feels airy on one’s skin when it is used as a throw or a shawl.

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    $175.00
  2. Knot cushion is made from a knitted tube, several metres in length, which is tied up to create a compact knot which is as comfortable as it is elegant to behold.

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    $105.00
  3. Mattias Stenberg has designed a glass sculpture illuminated from the inside, highlighting the brilliance of the hand-made glass and creating a warm ambient light. The two glass parts are made by hand using traditional methods. An aluminium ring connects the two glass parts, equipped with an array of LEDs directed towards the centre of the lamp, making the glass seem almost to glow by itself from the inside. The glass dome acts as a reflector, further enhancing the effect./p>

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  4. The boundary between an art object and something for domestic use is not always obvious and in Anna Kraitz’s products it is often almost totally eradicated. The ‘Alba’ vase is based on a larger model that Anna produced for an exhibition: a porcelain vase with a vaguely human form with its waist tied in by a leather belt. A detail that suffices to transform an everyday object into something personal and unique.

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    $82.00
  5. Wood anemones, coltsfoot, daffodils and forget-me-nots. Jonas Wagell has designed a trio of little glass vases with different shapes for nature’s smallest flowers. The vases can be spread across the table to enhance a beautiful table-setting.

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    $44.10
  6. Thanks to the cleverly designed hole in its lid, the Focus vase is perfect for both a single flower as well as a whole bouquet.

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    $69.90
  7. The Lotus lantern is a perfect light source for the garden during summer and autumn evenings. Kristina Stark’s Lotus hurricane lantern is suitable for regular candles or block candles. Lotus Mini is a smaller version for tealight candles.

    Please note: an extra glass tube for Lotus is available for purchase. Please call us for more information.

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    Price From: $81.70
  8. The Lotus lantern is a perfect light source for the garden during summer and autumn evenings. Kristina Stark’s Lotus hurricane lantern is suitable for regular candles or block candles. Lotus Mini is a smaller version for tealight candles.

    Please note: an extra glass tube for Lotus is available for purchase. Please call us for more information.

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    $48.40
  9. Magnus Löfgren was inspired by old-fashioned mirrored wall sconces when designing his tealight holder Shell. Shell has been part of Design House Stockholm’s collection since the beginning.

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    $69.90
  10. Lena Bergström has designed a flippable candleholder, one side is suitable for tealight candles and the other side for regular candles. The circular decorations on the rim of the candleholder are inspired by rings on water as Lena Bergström cleverly links two of nature’s basic elements: fire and water.

    Flip Candleholder comes with 2 regular candles and 2 tealights.

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    $42.90

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