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The seat surface and the backrest are made of Swedish pine, the legs of metal. The stability comes out of the dislocation of the three parts. Swedish pine is rare, which enables him to deliberate every detail and curve of the seat surface and the backrest.
What was supposed to be a simple cabin became a unit of three small and functional buildings. The exterior has a tough and dark finish, plus clear contact with the outdoors.
Maja Björnsdotter, a student on the Furniture Design programme at Carl Malmsten Furniture Studies, has designed a bedside table - each representing a successful meeting of Swedish design, Swedish pine and modern Chinese furniture manufacturing.
Mikael Blomgren, a student on the Furniture Design programme at Carl Malmsten Furniture Studies, has designed a sideboard in Swedish pine - each representing a successful meeting of Swedish design, Swedish pine and modern Chinese furniture manufacturing.
Swedish Wood spreads knowledge, provides inspiration and encourages development relating to wood, wood products and wood construction. Swedish Wood also aims to highlight wood as a competitive, eco-friendly and sustainable material.
Wood products in Swedish pine were exhibited in the China Design Trends Gallery at Asia’s leading international design event, Design Shanghai, on 8-11 March 2017. The pine was used to illustrate the trend “Playful Craftsmanship”, which reflects the demand from the Chinese middle class for unique design that tells a story.
I believe there’s really only one solution if we want to protect the climate. That is to build in wood.