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Stockholm Furniture Fair 2008, pictures 2

This is the second batch of photos from the Furniture Fair. Unfortunately I left most of my brochures and business cards at a friends house, so I will have to update with the sources for some of the products another day. Until then, enjoy!

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This was one of my favourites at the fair, a shoe rack named Skorder (I believe it is a word game mixing the words sko  = shoe and order). The insides of the boxes are covered in gold leaf. I've never seen a more beautiful shoe rack! It is made by Johanna Eliason, and if you would like to know more, feel free to contact Johanna at johanna.eliason@gmail.com

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Glowing lounge chair by xxx

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BirdLight by Chen & Karlsson

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Chairs by xxxx

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Your Space My Cube, Turku University, Finland

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Clip clothes hangers by xxx, another of my favorite products.

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Trashcans by Dear Clou

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A foldable combination of stool and high chair for babies, by xxx. A very easy to use construction fastened with strong magnets, so you just flip it the way you want it and it stays that way until you change it back.

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Neon light by xxx

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Origami paper necklace by Ida Wallgren, Linköpings Universitet


Comments

  • trendinsights says:

    love the clothes hanger! :)

    2008-02-15 | 09:36:05
    URL: http://tinsiders.blogspot.com
  • Landcoolj says:

    Love the shoe cabinet and the double-back chair

    2008-02-15 | 12:53:28
    URL: http://theartofserendipity.blogspot.com
  • Purple says:

    The boxes for shoes added up on each other are just so cool, love it. Great post, thanks for sharing!

    2008-02-16 | 10:27:12
    URL: http://purplearea.blogspot.com
  • ringo k says:

    birdlights look beautiful!
    also, shoes boxes are great!!!
    lovely photos.

    2008-02-16 | 18:13:16
    URL: http://talktothewind-ringo.blogspot.com
  • Christoffer says:

    Glowing lounge chair:

    Designer: Simen Aarseth
    Student from Oslo National Academy of the Arts
    Prototype: M- Theory

    2008-04-16 | 22:47:22

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