This spring or news share a common theme –a tribute to tranquillity. Serving as natural retreats within your space, they invite you to relax and rejuvenate amidst the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Unwind, focus, or work – and find solace among the trees. Hang your hat and sit back.
Having difficulty deciding? Finding mixing and matching a challenge?
Skandiform Colour Collection will help you to chart your way in a landscape of colours. And now also easy to navigate.
Skandiform defines sustainability as a way of working that values a holistic approach comprising environmental, quality, and work environment aspects. With this mind-set, we develop timeless furniture designs, always keeping comfort and life cycle in focus.
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In 2023, the Lola chair (designed by Margot Barolo) proudly received three prestigious awards: Interior Design Magazine's BEST OF YEAR 2023 Award in the Contract Seating > Guest category, Interior Design HiP Award 2023 in the Best Workplace > Guest Seating category, and MetropolisLikes 2023 in the Softening Spaces category.
Though Tinnef means rubbish in Yiddish, it’s the opposite of trash. It was designed by Charlotte von der Lancken at CVDLAB as a response to humanity's excessive use of plastic. The eye-catching series of tabletops – Frosty sprinkles, Meadow green, White marbled, and Black coal – are made of 100% recycled plastic waste like bottles, packages, containers, and appliances, making each table one of a kind.