||||||||||||||||||||||Jonas Pettersson (left) and John Löfgren (right) in front of their Baux acoustic panels|Baux acoustic panels go back to their roots: the products are made from wood wool from spruce trees, bonded with cement|This design is from the second Baux collection, shown here with RBM Noor chairs|Designed for the studio, this felt canopy was an early experiment with acoustic products|Hexagon, FUWL’s first cement-board acoustic product, was a response to not being able to find anything suitable for its own studio|The Stockholm studio, populated with self-designed pieces, such as Mitab’s Button stools|Muuto’s squashy silicon Unfold shade subverts traditional industrial design, and is efficient to transport|Muuto’s squashy silicon Unfold shade subverts traditional industrial design, and is efficient to transport|Janinge, a moulded plastic, stackable chair made for Ikea – the brief was to create the perfect multi-purpose chair|Hem’s Levels light comes in easy-to-ship loose concentric sections; when assembled, gravity does the rest|Hem’s Levels light comes in easy-to-ship loose concentric sections; when assembled, gravity does the rest|The Noor chair for RBM|Beer at Spritmuseum exhibition|Swedish lighting brand Ateljé Lyktan’s Ogle lamp; and Swell, for Voice, which reinvents the beanbag by framing it|In glass and aluminium, the Plug light, also for Ateljé Lyktan, incorporates an electrical socket in its base|Hood, a giant felt pendant: the product had its genesis in the prototype built for FUWL’s studio|Design House Stockholm’s Form lights are like oversized bulbs, designed to hang in groups of different shapes|Made from chunky bentwood, Hem’s Bento range is flat-packed and assembled without screws|Made from chunky bentwood, Hem’s Bento range is flat-packed and assembled without screws|Highway, for Mitab, a graphic-looking range that explores steel wire manufacturing|Highway, for Mitab, a graphic-looking range that explores steel wire manufacturing||
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