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Stockholm Furniture Fair:

A refreshed palette of colours, materials and finishes for Lammhults

The Swedish brand Lammhults returned to the Stockholm Furniture Fair last month with a new stand designed in collaboration with Stockholm-based Note (design studio). 'Inspired by the success of our 2023 exhibition, this year we've taken an even bolder approach with red as our focus colour,' the brand explains. A selection of Lammhults furniture including three new launches and a number of classic pieces were scattered throughout the space, grouped by the newly refreshed palette so that visitors could directly experience the vivid colour world of Lammhults.

In the centre of the exhibition, visitors could view the full spectrum of the palette. 'We were so excited to once again be part of the Stockholm Furniture Fair — marking the beginning of our year. We look forward to continuing on our path to revitalise and establish Lammhults as a playful brand that is easy to work with. Taking Lammhults' distinct, bold and optimistic DNA as our starting point, we continue to develop the company in that direction, enhancing the brand to be exciting and contemporary,' says Åsa Van Drumpt, MD, at Lammhults.

Introducing our refreshed palette of colours, materials and finishes
'Strong design informs everything we do – from our furniture to our graphics and exhibitions. In collaboration with Note (design studio), we've launched our refreshed CMF palette: a toolkit of carefully curated Colours, Materials and Finishes that spans our entire collection. Our customers can combine different elements from the palette to match any interior — whether bold and colourful, or pared-back and classic.'

Susanna Wåhlin at Note, explains: 'With this updated palette for Lammhults, we sought to recreate the nuanced colour world spanning the brand's entire history: from straightforward and modernist to bold and playful. There's a variety of expressions to explore — from the more restrained and discreet, to contrasting and colourful. You can discover new possibilities by choosing different combinations, whether stylish, poetic, or energetic. With these colours and materials, it's easy to make a statement.'

Announcing three new product launches
Taburett Plus – An extension of an iconic design Designed by Peter Andersson, Taburett Plus is a homage to the popular 282 stool created by Lammhults founder Edvin Ståhl in 1955 and reissuedas Taburett in 2014. Reflecting on the lasting relevance of this piece of Swedish design history, Andersson imagined a creative conversation with Ståhl as inspiration to extend the iconic design for a contemporary audience and tap into the founder's industrious mindset. The resulting chair's seat and back are made from ABS plastic recycled from old refrigerator interiors, and furthermore, all materials in the chair, such as the steel frame and zinc details, can be separated for future recycling.

Geofanti – A statement seating solution Geofanti is a modular sofa with a whole lot of volume. Highly functional and adaptable as a seating solution, its 8 different modules – ranging from 1 to 2-seater units – offer comfortable support, a soft visual expression and a design that is characterised by playful angled armrests and solid, elephantine legs. Designed by longtime Lammhults collaborator Anya Sebton, the name celebrates the geometric, modular form while nodding to the qualities it shares with the designer's favourite animal.

Tension – A vehicle for playful expression Designed by Gustav Winsth, Tension reimagines the trolley for the contemporary moment. With his background in mechanical engineering, Winsth summoned this industrious spirit to celebrate the trolley as a vehicle — with the custom-made, Lammhults-branded castors forming a pleasing standout feature.Tension is inspired by both the sleek minimalism of today's personal devices and Lammhults' bold S70 series from the late 60s.

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