Another week to add the actions. I myself have followed the report from the Milan Exhibition via Instagram. So do good with SoMe anyway, that you can see and be behind someone's shoulder without having to fly down yourself. Here is a summary of the week's interior news and the biggest snacks. Enjoy!
Kasthall premiereed its design collaboration with Ilse Crawford.
Muuto has released a new sideboard in connection with the fair week, check out Enfold.
Fritz Hansen premiered Nendo's new chair at the Milan Fair.
Menu has launched the popular JDWA lamp in a new version of the marble scene.
Carl Hansen & Son has launched an outdoor collection! Indoor Outdoor.
Lightyears, the lighting company, now under the same group as Republic of Fritz Hansen, was looking to launch three new luminaires at the Milan Fair.
PP furniture also showed its new-old pallet Sela in Milan, which was recycled in production. Made of solid wood and not spelled like much else.
Do you still have to give Kartell an eloge that, after 30 years of plastic as the main material, they now let Philippe Starck create a chair in molded (and layered?) Wood.
Also looking forward to tips about Bo Madestrands / DN's highly readable and thoughtful summary from this year's furniture fair in Milan.
– Svenska L: A has opened a flagship store in Tokyo
– Åkestam Holst won gold eggs for IKEA's daily advertising.
– Sleepo recruiter from Swedish tenn
– Danish sisters Grene opens shop in Mölndal
– Krickelin has had an event to celebrate Boråstapeter's new series In Bloom
– Door manufacturer Diplomat has started cooperation with the fashion company Minimarket
This week, the Swedish initiative The Ode To was also launched. A project to promote women's craft. They will sell print in limited edition as well as completely unique and handmade items. This week's most refurbished home is not for sale without the result of the blogger Johanna Bradford's newly renovated kitchen in collaboration with Nordic cuisine. How nice!
Photo: Castle Hall, Muuto, Fritz Hansen. Menu, Carl Hansen, Lightyears, The Ode Two. PP Furniture, Nordic Cuisine and Osman Tahir