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Nordic light: Stockholm's Furniture Fair is a beacon of civilised Nordic values that illuminate a dreary time of year. Established names rub shoulders with the talents of tomorrow in the Greenhouse, a special section for students and newly qualified designers. Catherine Slessor heads north.

500 MOOOI

Laced Crochet table by Marcel Wanders for Moooi, proof that you can do virtually anything with the appropriate craft skills.

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501 LAMMHULTS

Cortina, a streamlined armchair and easy chair by Gunilla Allard for Lammhults.

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502 SWEDESE

Curvaceous Lamino laminated armchair by Swedese designed by Yngve Ekstrom, upholstered in leather or sheepskin. Now in its 50th year of production, Lamino is a testament to the staying power of good Scandinavian design.

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503 GREENHOUSE

Overview of the Greenhouse section of the Fair, which mixed independent emerging designers with work by talented students.

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504 PETER ANDERSSON

Tilt by Peter Andersson, a curious, mutant demi rocking chair that won the fair's award for most innovative piece of individual furniture.

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505 DAVID DESIGN

Brent armchair by Bjorn Dahlstrom for David Design, which won the best in show prize for novelty and effect. This award is traditionally made by the previous year's winner, in this case Swedish designer Eero Koivisto from architectural partnership Claesson Koivisto Rune.

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506 GAMPLUSFRATESI

Lace table from Gamplusfratesi, an intriguing fusion of lace and moulded glassfibre which combines traditional skills with modern manufacturing techniques. Part of the Greenhouse show.

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507 FRITZ HANSEN

Italian designer Piero Lissoni has created a new range of seating, lounge chairs and coffee tables for Fritz Hansen. Lissoni has also restyled Jacobsen's iconic Egg and Swan chairs by covering them in bold new fabrics.

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508 MOOOI

Dandelion light in laser cut powder-coated steel by Richard Hutten for Moooi available in either floor mounted or pendant versions.

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509 KVADRAT

Cushions by Dutch designer Tord Boontje for Kvadrat herald a new range of fabrics for upholstery and curtains currently under development. Naturalistic printed and laser cut motifs and funky colourways add spice to your sofa.

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510 TINNA GUNNARSDOTTIR

Another contemporary take on crochet, this time a tablecloth in pierced rubber with insect motifs by Tinna Gunnarsdottir.

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511 TINNA GUNNARSDOTTIR

Showing in the Greenhouse event, the playful Fluga range of garden stools and tables by emerging Icelandic designer Tinna Gunnarsdottir mixes plywood, mirror steel and aluminium.

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Author:Slessor, Catherine
Publication:The Architectural Review
Date:Mar 1, 2006
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