Tinnef table by Charlotte von der Lancken brought home three Best of NeoCon awards! Best of NeoCon is the official awards program honoring outstanding new products.
Tinnef is an award winner in the following categories:
Happy reunions and brand new friends – a colourful get-together this autumn.
Both new acquaintances and cherished old friends are knocking on the door – our new autumn collection is now ready to be seen and wants to mingle. It will be an exciting gathering where togetherness is expressed in Scandinavian colours and soft, playful designs.
Innovation and tradition meet creativity in a cycle that never ends. And the meeting between sustainability, ergonomics and design allows you to both sit comfortably for ages and to mingle – just what’s needed for casual and convivial get-togethers.
Autumn news 2021!
Dito chair and armchair by Stefan Borselius
Nobody can fail to notice when two-part Dito is in the room. In recycled plastic and hemp, the airy design and natural feel of these chairs make them easy to spread out, stack up or hang over the edge of a table. They come made entirely of plastic, semi-upholstered or fully-upholstered in contrasting colours. With arm rests – or without. Dito is at ease in all situations, whether these involve loud conversations or meetings in silence.
Lola chair by Margot Barolo
Lola is the friend you can trust and the friend you can lean on. In a shape that is friendly to look at, this chair has a personality that is both inclusive and humorous. A complete character with its fine details, solid stitching and careful pleating. But also comfortable and easy-going. With different fabrics, colours and materials, Lola can be configured to be chameleon-like in a room – or take centre stage as a real head-turner.
Once breakfast is over, the yoghurt pots are given a new lease of life and transformed into a unique, attention-seeking table top. The white table top has silvery foil details and a frame in classic ash or oak. Or you can have both the top and frame made out of wood.
Is it rubbish or is it material? Old or new? The answer is both – and together with its colourful cousins made from recycled plastic bottles, the Tinnef family becomes a natural talking point around the table.
Canard chair by Lars Hofsjö
Playful Canard lives up to its French name – just like a duck it looks as if it is challenging its sense of balance. But with an elegant metal frame and light ash seat, Canard is both stable and comfortable. Neat, stackable and suspendable, it looks good in any setting. In different colours or the same colour, Canard is a natural talking point. That’s when the chair itself isn’t doing all the talking.
Deep Forest ‒ 2 new patterns by Nina Jobs
The summer forest is now being joined by completely new tree tops on which to rest your gaze. A sparser winter forest? Or a slightly fuller spring forest? Or a mixture of both – as is usually the way. In the harmony of nature, voices are softened and with all the colours of the forest available, the background will be just as it should be – attractive without being obtrusive.
Siblings. Friends. Community. It’s spring time for these families.
Rolling wheels, soft shapes and playful, eye-catching style. In the new spring collection, it’s the small siblings and their friends who grab all the attention. Through family acquaintances in innovative new designs, we are continuing to create space for movement and reflection, creativity and pause. With the same focus on sustainable materials and ergonomic solutions, we are expanding our popular families with new additions. So that meetings can take place. Experiences can be shared. And being together is never further than a few steps away.
New products 2021!
Deli lounge/armchair - by Thomas Pedersen
Award-winning Deli is expanding – in depth, width, with new upholstery and in a new lounge style. It’s an armchair with laid-back self-confidence. The two-part design makes unique colour choices possible, the fully-upholstered back creates a feeling of whole and the soft shapes invite you to pause for a moment. Or a little longer.
Bolero ottoman - by Nina Jobs
An ottoman, a footstool, a small sibling who demands attention. Among the new additions to the Bolero sofa series, it’s the little piece with a totally unique look that stands out in a room. A little lighter, a little neater than its older siblings. A piece that can blend in with the others in the same colours and with the same frame. Or one that can stand out with playful contrasts.
Soft Top chair and bar stool on wheels - by Brad Ascalon
Stand, sit, roll forward and roll away. When Soft Top gets a set of wheels, creative meetings can gather pace. With its simple, unique design, Soft Top fits into most settings. With its flexible construction, it has a place anywhere that activity and movement are mixed with concentration and calm. In your home office in front of the screen. With colleagues at work. In the workshop where new ideas are waiting to emerge.
Isa ottoman- by Louise Hederström
Lowlands, hills and mountains. Isa bench follows the shifting shapes of nature in a room. Now it comes in a smaller format with this ottoman making an entrance with its neater style. Easy to move around. Easy to place. And with the same inviting attitude to spontaneous meetings and relaxed conversations as its larger partner with the same name.
Matsumoto laptop table
Say hello to the Matsumoto laptop table – the flexible waiter who always has a helpful surface close to hand. A new personality that is as easy to deal with as the rest of the family.
We are pleased and proud to announce that two of this year's new product Soft Top bench (design Brad Ascalon) and Twig chair (design by Johannes Lindner) have won the prestigious German Design Award 2021.
STATEMENT OF THE JURY: "The furniture appears very sturdy thanks to its subframe made of steel pipe, yet still pleasantly light – an impression that is further underlined by the plain upholstered seats and discreet colours."
STATEMENT OF THE JURY: "The back rest closes with a horizontal rod whose ends project markedly. An original design idea, which has a practical use, e.g. as bracket or handle and endows the minimalist chair with a feature that renders it unmistakeable."
Sustainable recycling, shifting landscapes and urban zones.
The new autumn additions to our collection link the cycles of nature with human encounters and reliable quality with fresh inspiration.
New products Autumn 2020
Allé - Plant divider
by Kauppi & Kauppi
Indoors becomes outdoors when the playful Allé plant divider brings greenery into your environment, providing the means for living plants to be displayed at different heights.
Tinnef - small table in two heights
by Charlotte von der Lancken
History makes its mark when recycling becomes design and plastic waste is given a new lease of life in the form of Tinnef table. The table top is made from 100% recycled plastic in two different heights.
Matsumoto mini - a colourful side table
by Claesson Koivisto Rune
Meet the Matsumoto mini table – the colourful bit of candy that is bound to lift your mood. A new personality that is as easy to deal with as the rest of the family.
Fendo - new wooden frame
by Stefan Borselius
There’s space for everything in the multifunctional Fendo armchair, which can now be even more varied with the addition of a solid wood frame to the existing choice of frames.
Jeffersson - 2 seater sofa
by Stefan Borselius
The introduction of a two-seat sofa to the Jeffersson series is a welcome new addition to a much-loved family of furniture.
Skandiform wishes you a great summer!
During summer we are open with slightly reduced staffing.
From one experimental project to another. Now, Skandiform and designer Margot Barolo are turning the traditional way of working together upside down. And the development process will be open and free for anyone to follow.
Read more about Barolo Project here!
Dear Partners, Customers & Friends.
Right now the entire world is trying to cope with the unprecedented health challenge caused by the Corona virus (COVID-19) outbreak. The health of our employees, partners and customers is our highest priority, therefor we would like to update you on how we are handling it here at Skandiform.
Our business is continuing to operate as usual and our factories and suppliers are producing according to plan. We follow and implement the health guidelines from World Health Organization (WHO) regarding employees and visitors at all our facilities and showrooms. Despite our travels being limited right now, we will find ways to communicate and address issues.
Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. We are here for you.
You will find more information regarding your nearest showroom or office here.
On behalf of our entire team,
Bengt Persson CEO, Skandiform AB
Flexible meeting spaces breed creativity. Cosiness makes me-time more beneficial. With new combinations and innovative solutions, we continue to create meeting spaces that can be adapted to your immediate needs. Thoughtful solutions where function and character go hand in hand. And where tranquil harmony inspires.
New Products 2020
Bolero - New sofa collection
by Nina Jobs
Comfort and fashion meet when the new Bolero sofa series occupies the room. Timeless yet a step ahead. With its soft shape and different layers, Bolero combines a unique expression with a feeling of coming home. No matter where you put it.
Twig - New wooden chair
by Johannes Lindner
With a softly curved seat and a backrest topped with the dowel that gave the chair its name, the Twig chair fits into any environment that requires flexible solutions. Natural design and practical function – Twig is a minimalistic chair that both blends in and stands out. And when function and innovation meet, your bag gets its own place to hang out.
Spino - New straight pieces
by Stefan Borselius
A new straight piece now makes it even easier to endlessly rearrange and expand this winding spine of seating sections. With or without backrests. Monochrome or colourful. And now also straight or curvy. With the Spino modular sofa, the sky’s the limit – that is, until you run out of space!
Soft Top - New companions
by Brad Ascalon
The Soft Top family started with four chairs but now has some new companions. With two new bar stools and three new benches – where a tabletop joins together one of the benches – Soft Top makes taking a break a little easier. And a little more comfortable.
The difference between a regular meeting room and a creative venue is often found in a feeling that can be hard to define. This years’ news from Skandiform is our contribution to that special feeling, and it comes in the shape of upholstered chairs, beautiful materials, great comfort, contrasts and smart solutions.
Nestor modularsofa - New parts
Design: Lars Hofsjö
Nestor modular sofa offers endless possibilities from a freestanding pouffe to various seating options in different colour combinations, lengths and widths. Nestor has a neat style, is compact and offers high level of comfort.
Aplomb conference table
Design: Everything Elevated
The new Aplomb conference table fits into any style or room, and can be customized with three different tops, a hidden compartment for electrical cords, an integrated power socket and cut outs. The fact that a table with so many features rest on such light feet, is worth a conference on its own!
Design: Stefan Borselius
With Fendo, Stefan Borselius have managed to actually compress comfort! The seat that bends upwards and the rounded backrest, gives Fendo the comfort of a real armchair. The actual size and the space between seat and backrest give a dainty look of a small chair.
Design: Stefan Borselius
The faces of Primo reflect the different chamfers of the frame, which merges into a round pillar and light foot. With 18 different sizes, shapes, material, heights and colours to choose from, the versatility of Primo is nothing but prime!
Design: Thomas Pedersen
Deli barstool has a soft and organic shape, but the new steel frame adds a whole new attitude to the look. The combination of soft material and steel gives Deli a sense of modern, yet inviting, design.
Timeout chair with wooden legs
Design: Thomas Pedersen
With its ultimate combination of great comfort and sleek design, Timeout became an instant favourite when it was launched last year. Without asking for attention, Timeout is the answer to many different needs and styles, and the new wooden legs makes those answers even more varying.
Timeout chair on wheels
Design: Thomas Pedersen
Timeout is the ultimate conference- and meeting chair since it combines a slim size and clean look with real comfort. But why settle at that? We wanted to add flexibility to the list of qualifications too, so now Timeout is available on wheels!
Skandiform is proud to annonce that our Fendo armchair received the Interior Design HiP Award 2019 in the category best Workplace Seating at NeoCon, Chicago this week. Design by Stefan Borselius. As the global industry-leading design publication, website and events company serving the interior design, the annual Interior Design's HiP Awards honors industry people and innovative products.
"The aim was to create a cosy, comfortable chair that provides maximum comfort without taking up a lot of space. The gap and division between the seat and back are the elements that give this chair its distinctive character. And that’s also the reason for the name of Fendo – a word that means slit or gap in Esperanto. The idea behind the design of this chair is for it to work just as well around a dining table as it does in a conference room, lounge, waiting room or lobby – either on its own or in a group.” - Stefan Borselius
Christmas is all about the children! Therefore, our Christmas gift this year is a donation to Save the Children Sweden. Together we can make a difference - so children all over the world get the future they deserve and have the right to.
Skandiform is closed over the Christmas and New Year holiday period 24 December 2018 - 1 January 2019.
We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.