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
Welcome to Stockholm Furniture Fair 2017 and us at Skandiform.
We are located at stand A 27:18 where we are showing our new products in collaboration with our designers. We proudly present Karim Rashid, Nina Jobs and Louise Hederström as new designers for the 2017 collection!
The fair is open 7-11 February.
Come and chat with us and our designers after work from 4 pm.
Instead of sending Christmas cards, we have decided to make a donation to Unicef.
Skandiform is closed over the Christmas and New Year holiday period 23-26 December 2016 and 6 January 2017.
We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Skandiform is closed for holiday during 11-29 July.
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We wish you a nice and relaxing summer!
On 30 June-2 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.
Architects from all over Norway are invited to a two-day-event in Oslo, where 4 large showrooms open up for them to get inspired.
At Skøyen Designcenter the visitors can experience brand new products from Skandiform and others.
Have you seen the movie about our product news of 2016? During Stockholm Furniture Fair our designers took place in front of the camera to tell us about their products for Skandiform this year.
We would like to present six new products for 2016.
CURL by Jonas Lindvall
CURL is a completely new product family with a strong character and soft round shapes throughout. The family – armchair and table – is ideal for all interiors requiring a lounge grouping with a difference. This impression is reinforced by the beautiful natural materials, such as oak or ash legs and oak, ash or marble table tops. The series has all it takes to become new timeless classics.
MY by Joe Doucet
MY is the result of a new collaboration with the American designer Joe Doucet. MY is a versatile product family that enables the creation of rooms within rooms. The series consists of a sofa, armchair, bench seating, screen, table lamp and table. It is ideal for dividing lounge areas, meeting rooms or libraries, for example. Numerous accessories make it easy to rearrange, develop and grow with the furniture. Lacquered steel frame. Back and sides in a technical mesh fabric that screens without being solid.
PRIMO by Stefan Borselius
PRIMO is a desirable and well-known series from Skandiform, emphasizing comfort and aesthetic appeal. Beautiful from front and back, with sleekly feminine lines. Now also available with a polished aluminium swivel frame on castors. The series also includes a high-back version. Both new products offer the same excellent ergonomics, and are in the same exclusive materials as the basic version.
MATSUMOTO by Claesson Koivisto Rune
MATSUMOTO is a totally new table for café interiors that offers something different. The table seats two, but placing tables in a line creates an exciting long table with clearly defined seat positions. Table top in white or black stained ash. Pedestal and base in white or black. Named after the town northwest of Tokyo where Claesson Koivisto Rune designed a flagship store. Its café interior won the German Design Award 2015.
NAGANO by Claesson Koivisto Rune
NAGANO is a restrained and sophisticated coat stand in black or white. Perfect for hanging up coats and jackets in offices or meeting rooms. Named after the county in Japan where the city of Matsumoto is located. Claesson Koivisto Rune designed a flagship store there whose café interior won the German Design Award 2015.
DELI by Thomas Pedersen
DELI is successful and award-winning furniture from Skandiform, poised between chair and armchair. DELI's organically shaped seat shell represents the comfortably different. The family is now growing with three new frames: a sophisticated sled frame; a strong cantilever frame; and a simple leg frame version. DELI received the Red Dot Award 2014 in the "Best of the Best" category.
Welcome to Stockholm Furniture Fair 2016 and us at Skandiform.
We are located at stand A 27:12 where we are showing our new products in collaboration with our designers Jonas Lindvall, Stefan Borselius, Claesson Koivisto Rune, Thomas Pedersen and new Joe Doucet.
The highly reputed architects/designers Claesson Koivisto Rune has one again designed our stand, this time inviting us to brutalist architecture...
The fair is open 9-13 February.
Come and chat with us and our designers after work from 4 pm.
We are happy to announce that Modulor table (designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune) won the German Design Award Special Mention 2016.
This is the second award for this product, which in 2014 received the Red Dot Award "Best of the Best".
Read more here.
During Designers Saturday on 5-6 September you can meet us and see our furniture at Skøyen Designcenter, Drammensveien 130C1.
Du 25 au 27 juin, l'accent est résolument mis sur les meubles de design suédois, dans le cadre de la troisième initiative annuelle en faveur de l'exportation, baptisée «Swedish Midsummer Design Weekend» (Week-end de la Saint-Jean pour le design suédois).
Des architectes européens influents sont invités à se rendre à Stockholm pour profiter d'une opportunité unique d'examiner de près une tranche représentative du design et du style de vie suédois. Le week-end présente les produits de Skandiform et 13 autres sociétés de design de meubles, en coopération avec Interiorcluster Sweden, VisitSweden et Stockholm International Fairs’ Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair.
Pour plus d'informations, prière de visiter le site www.smdw.se