During an intense and inspiring week at the Stockholm Furniture Fair and Stockholm Design Week, we at Svensson presented our new booth concept, which was developed in collaboration with Gabriella Lenke and Mattias Ståhlbom at TAF Designstudio.
TAF – the design studio behind Svensson's new showroom and exhibition stand
This winter, Svensson is set to open its new showroom in Götgatan, Stockholm and exhibit at the prestigious Stockholm Furniture Fair in February. TAF is behind the design concept.
Find inspiration in the colours of autumn 2023
The palette of autumn consists of twisted neutrals and mixtures of yarn colours that create entirely new shades and impressions. We hope that this selection will inspire you in your work to create rooms where humans can meet and gather.
Meet textildesigner Annie Lee Jönsson
Annie has designed two of autumns new textiles – hanging textile May and an updated version of classic upholstery fabric Ink.
Hanging textiles from Svensson to Knivsta kommunhus
Knivsta municpiality decided to reuse as much as possible when they renovated their locales.
An insight into Svensson's internal lab and test environment
Svensson’s own in-house lab has the capacity to test both existing and newly developed textiles, focusing on quality control, environmental certifications and related quality issues.
Oeko-Tex has updated its brand
After more than 30 years on the market, Oeko-Tex has now updated its brand and graphic profile.
Svensson helps you recycle textiles
Fibre manufacturer Trevira has a return program for textiles made from its polyester fibre Trevira CS. It allows the material in the textile to be recovered and reused through mechanical recycling.
The design process according to Svensson
The design team's work process is about developing textile solutions in conscious and innovative ways, where both aesthetic and functional requirements are included.
Leftover textiles are given new life in a modular sofa from Layered
Svensson's ambition is that all textiles produced should come of use. Through collaboration with Layered, leftover upholstery fabric can be given a new life.