Icelandic Arkís Arkitektar designed several 'quiet' rooms in various formats at the company Verkís office in Reykjavik, Iceland. Moss, a sound absorbing upholstery fabric from Svensson, upholsters the walls and the ceilings in the rooms.
Speaker of the Riksdag visit
Today, Svensson received a number of distinguished guests. Urban Ahlin, the Speaker of the Riksdag and Lars Bäckstrom, the Royal Governor were accompanied by MPs from the district.
Inspirational Designer's Corner a success
The 19th edition of Designer's Corner in Oslo, Norway was a success! About 200 architects visited the event, which gave them a brilliant opportunity to gain insight in to this year's interior design news.
Svensson fabrics for the Spirit of Tasmania makeover
Spirit of Tasmania I and II recently enjoyed a breath taking transformation. International marine interior fitout and refurbishment specialist Trimline was appointed as the key contractor to fully refurbish Spirit of Tasmania I and II.
Svensson at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair
This year's Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair was a success! Many exciting exhibitors and around 40 000 visitors helped make this year's fair one of the best! We have collected some of our highlights from the fair.
Unexpected matches create a beautiful impression
The latest fabrics from Svensson are called Balance, Era, Aki, Kiri and Ombré. In the new fabrics for furniture and curtains, Svensson creates exciting matches in colour and fabric. Moreover, new beautiful colour scales have now been added to the two classics, Topic and Karat.
Balance - an upholstery fabric that surprises you
Stylish and beautiful. The new upholstery fabric Balance has depth in both surface and colour and the meeting between wool and ramie create an exciting melange effect.
Ombré – elegant design with character
From light to dark and warm to cool. With Ombré the designer Inger Högberg created a beautiful curtain for Svensson’s collection, with both elegance and character.
Era – a daring new upholstery fabric
Era is a new upholstery fabric created as a result of exciting and unexpected meetings of both colour and structure. The fabric is inspired by nature’s own patterns.