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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. The Stockholm cutlery collection combines matte-polished steel with drop-shaped black handles. To achieve the right volume, balance and weight, designer Jesper Ståhl has used hot-forged stainless steel and solid thermoplastic. Awarded with Elle Decoration Design Award.

    Cutlery sold seperately.

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  2. There is hardly anything that is as common as a teacup, yet Anna Kraitz’s Mine is one of those remarkable objects that create something as unexpected as it is beautiful. The handle does not end where handles usually end, it has chosen a different path over the brim and is attached to the inside of the cup. A small detail, yet enough to make Mine something more than an ordinary tea cup, both an everyday object and a sculpture. Mine is made from thin, but impact-resistant, white china.

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  3. Marie-Louise Hellgren is the designer responsible for our classic ‘Spin’ mug. Now she has designed another classic for the Scandinavian kitchen. Based on the ‘Spin’ design she has created a series of oven-proof stoneware dishes, and bowls.

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  4. Unique serving trays in birch veneer.

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    $69.90
  5. A greenhouse for nature’s smallest flowers, and a nursery for the plant’s first stages of life. Caroline Wetterling’s Grow is made of two glass parts. The bottom part holds the soil and the plant. The top part is a lid equipped with a spout, allowing it to be used as a watering can. It also functions as a valve that lets in air and regulates the moisture and temperature levels inside the greenhouse

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    $38.00
  6. Swedish architect trio Claesson Koivisto Rune has designed a set of bowls where each bowl has been given its own specific material, shape and size; all together suggesting its area of use. The largest bowl is made of polished stainless steel, and is perfect for serving fruit. The large bowl in dark brown melamine can be used for serving salad or preparing food. The medium bowl in white oven safe glazed stoneware can be used for cooking foods au gratin. The small bowl in wood can be used as a container for caster sugar. And the smallest, cone-shaped bowl in green glass is perfect for serving olives. When not in use, the set of bowls can be put together to save space, or to be used as a decorative sculpture.

    The metal and melamine bowls are also available separately.

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    $345.00
  7. Catherina Kippel's Elsa Beskow Mug in new bone china. Glazed decal. Microwave and dishwasher safe

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  8. Catherina Kippel's Elsa Beskow Mug in new bone china. Glazed decal. Microwave and dishwasher safe

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    $65.80
  9. Catharina Kippel's Elsa Beskow Long Tray. Trays in Beech wood and melamine sheet. Dishwasher proof. Made in Romania

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    $20.60
  10. Wave can extend as far as you like, simply attach more hangers. Nanni Holén’s organic design turns a hanger into something more, as well as creating a pattern of pointing shadows. The Wave hanger consists of two pieces cut from the same piece of metal, producing practically no waste material; one part being the other’s negative shape.

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