This year’s new products are designed with pleasant simplicity. We are proud to present furniture that honour flexibility and easy changes – but also make room for people to meet, to inspire and to be inspired.
Nestor modular sofa by Lars Hofsjö
Nestor is based on seven simple parts that offer a thousand possibilities; from a simple bench to a winding long sofa. Flexibility doesn’t have to be more complicated than this; neat, comfortable and packed with possibilities!
Soft Top chair by Brad Ascalon
Guest or visitor, that is the question. Soft Top is made with public spaces in mind and matches all requirements such as priceworthy flexibility, quality and sturdiness. But yet, the design has a familiar touch that makes everyone feel right at home, even if they’re just visiting.
Timeout chair by Thomas Pedersen
As you know, Timeout means taking a tactical break, also known as attending a meeting or conference. The chair Timeout is perfect for the matter with its clean design that doesn’t distract the eye, but even more because of the great comfort.
Welcome to Stockholm Furniture Fair 2018 and us at Skandiform.
We are located at stand A 29:12 where we are showing our new products in collaboration with our designers. We proudly present Brad Ascalon and Lars Hofsjö as new designers for the 2018 collection! We also have products designed by Thomas Pedersen, Ruud Ekstrand, Nina Jobs and Claesson Koivisto Rune in our stand.
The fair is open 6-10 February.
Come and chat with our designers Tuesday - Friday from 4 pm.
Skandiform is closed over the Christmas and New Year holiday period 25-26 December 2017 and 1 January 2018.
We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
We are happy to announce that Phaze lounge chair (designed Karim Rashid) and Matsumoto table (designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune) won the German Design Award 2018. This is the second award for Matsumoto, which earlier this year received the Good Design Award.
The German Design Award is the top international prize of the German Design Council. Its goal: to discover, present and honour unique design trends. Therefore, every year, top-quality entries from product and communication design are rewarded, all of which are in their own way ground-breaking in the international design landscape. Launched in 2012, the German Design Award is one of the most wellrespected design competitions in the world and is held in high regard well beyond professional circles.
Some of our most popular chairs just got new legs, in beautiful wood. It’s a small change that makes a big difference, in an all natural way. We would also like to present our new models on the same wooden theme. Welcome to take a closer look at products that offers a place to rest - for both eyes, body and mind.
Bombito high chair by Jonas Lindvall
Primo chair by Stefan Borselius
DeciBel bar stool by Ruud Ekstrand
Deli bar stool by Thomas Pedersen
Isa bench by Louise Hederström
Jeffersson easy chair by Alexander Lervik
Jeffersson sofa by Alexander Lervik
Decibel table by Ruud Ekstrand
You are invited to take a closer look at our new autumn products and try them out for yourself in various venues during October. Simply register your interest by clicking on the respective place name.
Gothenburg, Studio L6, 11 October
Stockholm, Stockholm Designstop, 18 October
Jönköping, Tändsticksområdet, 19 October
Malmö, Form/Designcenter, 25 October
Copenhagen, Showroom Gl. Strand 40, 26 October
The Designer's Saturday idea was dreamt up by enthusiastic industry insiders who brought the concept over from New York in 1986. Since then, the event has been arranged every other year. Designer's Saturday Oslo is the only national exhibition in Norway, dedicated to furniture, textiles, lighting, flooring and other interior and design related products aimed at both industry professionals and the wider design aware public. A free bus service is available to attendees; simply jump on and off the bus where you want. 180 cutting edge Norwegian, Scandinavian and international exhibitors will display their latest offerings at 12 locations across Oslo city centre. Read more here.
Welcome to visit us at Skøyen Designcenter, Drammensveien 130 C1 in Oslo.
Skandiform is closed for holiday during 10-28 July.
In the meantime you can stay updated by following us on Instagram and Facebook.
We wish you a nice and relaxing summer!
On 29 June-1 July the focus is firmly on Swedish-designed furniture as part of the second annual export initiative that goes under the name of Swedish Midsummer Design Weekend.
Influential European architects are invited to visit Stockholm to enjoy the opportunity of sampling a unique cross-section of Swedish design and experiencing the Swedish lifestyle at first hand.
The weekend showcases the products of Skandiform and 15 other furniture design companies.
Skandiform is closed for Midsummer holiday celebrations on Friday 23 June.
We celebrate this day with the Swedish delicacy pickled herring, boiled new potatoes, sour cream and of course the first strawberries of summer. Afterwards we dance aroud the flower-covered maypole.
On Monday 26 June we are back at the office again.
Glad Midsommar! / Happy Midsummer!
During 1-2-3 June, Copenhagen's yearly design event takes place! 3daysofdesign, draws journalists, buyers and design enthusiasts from around the world to Copenhagen, to experience a new and refreshing look on design presented in a unique collaboration between top design companies and designers.
More than 70 showrooms are inviting visitors to participate at various events, happenings, product launches, exhibitions and design talks. Free transportation by both bus and boat makes it easy for the visitors to travel between the different showrooms.
For more information, please visit http://3daysofdesign.dk
Come and join Skandiform at our showroom at Gammel Strand 40.
Matsumoto table, designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune, has won the prestigous Good Design Award. Matsumoto is a family of tables with table tops in various sizes and performances and offers also underframes in five different heights.
With this year’s new pieces we are presenting four examples of how talented designers create furniture that brings to mind the perfection of nature: a forest, a rolling landscape, a beautiful resting place and last, but not least; silence.
Phaze by Karim Rashid
An armchair that embraces you, providing generous personal space. Several linked together create a beautiful, undulating shape.
“I was thinking of a design that embraces my philosophy of sensual minimalism and repetition. The Phaze armchair was the result!” / Karim Rashid
Deep Forest by Nina Jobs
An effective sound absorber that is easy to place and has a filling made from recycled textiles. The discreet design is a conscious interpretation of the saying that you can’t see the wood for the trees – it is meant to blend into the background of the room rather than being the headline act.
The name Deep Forest comes from the fact that the product is inspired by the wonderful silence that surrounds you when you are in a deep forest.
“The repeat forest motif has been designed to reflect Skandiform’s aura and create a functional background in public spaces.” / Nina Jobs
Isa by Louise Hederström
Isa is generously-sized piece of seating furniture that brings to mind a rolling landscape with variations in both height and shape. It’s a meeting place to sit down and take a break on.
“The name Isa comes from isarithm, the curved contour lines used on topographical maps to indicate varying heights. I often draw inspiration from nature – it’s the ultimate combination of beauty and function.” / Louise Hederström
deciBel by Ruud Ekstrand
Wood combined with sound-absorbent material results in a comfortable chair that contributes to an equally comfortable environment with no unnecessarily distracting noise.
“The greatest possible silence… sometimes an unusually silent classic is precisely what you need.” / Ruud Ekstrand