Nicho Södling|||||||||||||Gabriella Gustafson and Mattias Ståhlbom|Rubber light’s long, slim profile echoes that of a stretched elastic band|Muuto’s new Up light, which has a rotating funnel-shaped shade|The Adaptable table: its reinforced corners, were inspired by sticking-plasters|Lost Ice Cream, a playful one-off piece for Örnsbergsauktionen auction|Trotters, for Swedish brand Pieces, comes with interchangeable legs|Set design for Elephants, a show for Stockholm Design Week|Zero’s Buoy light, whose wiring is concealed inside a silicon tube|Exuberant exhibition design for a 2010 show at the Stockholm Furniture Fair|The nets for each Fisherman light are hand-knitted on the Swedish coast|Hay’s Upside Down table, more products are planned for Danish brand|An adjustable spotlight on a tripod, in brightly coloured aluminium||
18 Mar 2013

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