Form Us With Love, which is based in Stockholm, introduces a new line of wide-format acoustic panels for Baux. The five "forest-inspired" wall patterns include a mix of 22 colors.
Studio OS & OOS (the Dutch duo of Sophie Mensen and Oskar Peet) idesigned the Memphis-reminiscent Keystone chair for PLEASE WAIT to be SEATED. Its postmodern silhouette breaks down the three basic elements of a roman bridge: spanners, building blocks, and keystone.
Wästberg introduces the w153 lamp by Inga Sempé, a multipurpose little LED number that can be clamped, placed on a flat surface, or mounted on a wall.
Polish designer Maria Jeglinska (spoiler alert: one of Dwell's Young Guns for 2015, which will be announced in our April issue!) will be auctioning off two vases at Stockholm's artist-operated Örnsbergsauktionen auction house.
Hem's new modular sofa, Palo, can be configured as a single-seater, a two-seater, a corner sofa, a lounger, or an ottoman. Thanks to an innovative frame featuring removable struts, its cushions and armrests can be easily added, removed or rearranged to fit your mood. The wool upholstery is manufactured in Norway.
Note Design Studio incorporates Kvadrat fabric into a series of lighting for Zero. The Elements collection draws on the quality of "soft and gentle" light in Nordic mountains and includes a floor, wall, table, and pendant version.
Swedish textile designer Simon Key Bertman (one of Dwell's Young Guns picks for 2014) collaborated on a line of woven blankets with Muuto. See the tangerine colorway of the Loom Throw at the Stockholm Design Fair along with several key introductions from the brand, including the new Base Table by Mika Tolvanen.
Luceplan commissioned up-and-coming Norwegian designer Daniel Rybakken for this streamlined Compendium floor lamp.
And don't miss Dwell's reportage from Stockholm Design Week in 2014, 2013, and 2012.