Categories: svensk design
Sometimes you get the chance to sit in a work of art
It is not often that you are allowed to sit in a work of art, but the new signature piece by Emmanuel Babled lets you experience that unique sensation. This multipurpose furniture with its generous seating and distinct foundation truly embodies both craft and industry, beauty and function. So go on, please have a seat in Babled.
Experimental design by guest designer David Trubridge - seating furniture to drift away on
Waka is designed by David Trubridge who, in his second collaboration with Offecct, has created an inviting, open piece of seating furniture. It is a place for meetings or rest where we can let our minds drift away for a moment.
A Scandinavian café chair makes an entrance
Following extensive remodelling, Nationalmuseum in Stockholm is once again one of Europe’s most modern museums. For the new interior, TAF Studio has designed Chapeau, a Scandinavian café chair offering great comfort and a small size – something that will solve problems in small spaces when people suddenly leave or join your company.
Achieving zero waste with 100% design
In 2017, Italian/Hungarian industrial designer Andrea Ruggiero was invited to experiment in Offecct Lab in order to find a way of turning waste material into a high performing commercial product. After two years of trials, we are proud to present to the market, the sound absorbing room divider Soundsticks™.
A sofa system that doesn’t need to be categorised
Equally accomplished in expression and functionality, the sofa system Grandfield by Christophe Pillet is a natural place for meetings, rest and socialising no matter the environment or context it is placed in.
Sofa and easy chair for urban spaces
When space is scarce there is no room for errors and furniture needs to be able to deliver more than good looks – and this is exactly what the Young sofa and easy chair by Michael Young do.
A modern sofa system with historic roots
Font by Swedish designer Matti Klenell is a sofa system that has been developed for the new interior of Nationalmuseum, Sweden’s leading museum for art and design. Font is modern furniture for public interiors that will carry a part of the museum’s history with it as it reaches out to the international market.