Siblings. Friends. Community. It’s spring time for these families.
Rolling wheels, soft shapes and playful, eye-catching style. In the new spring collection, it’s the small siblings and their friends who grab all the attention.
- Deli lounge by Thomas Pedersen
- Matsumoto laptop table by Claesson Koivisto Rune
- Bolero pouffe by Nina Jobs
- Isa pouffe by Louise Hederström
- Soft top chair and bar stool on wheels by Brad Ascalon
Through family acquaintances in innovative new designs, we are continuing to create space for movement and reflection, creativity and pause. With the same focus on sustainable materials and ergonomic solutions, we are expanding our popular families with new additions. So that meetings can take place. Experiences can be shared. And being together is never further than a few steps away.
Deli lounge - New easy-chair
Design: Thomas Pedersen
Award-winning Deli is expanding – in depth, width, with new upholstery and in a new lounge style. It’s an armchair with laid-back self-confidence. The two-part design makes unique colour choices possible, the fully-upholstered back creates a feeling of whole and the soft shapes invite you to pause for a moment. Or a little longer.
“Deli Lounge expands the popular Deli series with an inviting, comfortable chair. The design is more voluminous than the classic Deli armchair. The adjusted seat height and more reclined construction offer the opportunity to sit and relax in a number of different positions. With its clearly organic design and high level of comfort, this chair can be used in many different ways in many different lounge settings.” /Thomas Pedersen
Matsumoto laptop table – the flexible table
Design: Claesson Koivisto Rune
Say hello to the Matsumoto laptop table – the flexible waiter who always has a helpful surface close to hand. A new personality that is as easy to deal with as the rest of the family.
“Matsumoto started life in the Japanese city of the same name as a coffee table in a ceramics showroom combined with a children’s bookshop. Now we have pulled the soft, rounded shapes of the base plate and table top closer to each other in these new variations of a laptop table and a coffee or side table. It makes the juxtaposition between the shapes even clearer.” /Claesson Koivisto Rune
Bolero - New pouffe and footstool
Design: Nina Jobs
A pouffe, a footstool, a small sibling who demands attention. Among the new additions to the Bolero sofa series, it’s the little piece with a totally unique look that stands out in a room. A little lighter, a little neater than its older siblings. A piece that can blend in with the others in the same colours and with the same frame. Or one that can stand out with playful contrasts.
“Bolero pouffe is a playful addition to this group of seating furniture. Despite having its own distinctive look, the pouffe blends in well with other members of this family. It’s light and neat as a stool, foot stool or wherever an extra resting place is needed.” /Nina Jobs
Isa - New pouffe
Design: Louise Hederström
Lowlands, hills and mountains. Isa bench follows the shifting shapes of nature in a room. Now it comes in a smaller format with this pouffe making an entrance with its neater style. Easy to move around. Easy to place. And with the same inviting attitude to spontaneous meetings and relaxed conversations as its larger partner with the same name.
“The pouffe is a natural development of the Isa series, but in a smaller size. It’s easy to move around and has an inviting, organic seating area, which means it stands out as a character in a room, echoing natural contours. I’ve also made it neat and easy to fit in so it can be used to furnish around large Isa, as well as with a sofa or in a cluster with several together.” /Louise Hederström
Soft top chair and bar stool on wheels
Design: Brad Ascalon
Stand, sit, roll forward and roll away. When Soft Top gets a set of wheels, creative meetings can gather pace. With its simple, unique design, Soft Top fits into most settings. With its flexible construction, it has a place anywhere that activity and movement are mixed with concentration and calm. In your home office in front of the screen. With colleagues at work. In the workshop where new ideas are waiting to emerge.
“These new additions to the growing Soft Top family are a response to the growing need for flexible, mobile workspaces. Open office landscapes will become increasingly important, giving people the opportunity to find places that suit both their own work and collaborative activities. With this shift, mobility is a crucial factor.” /Brad Ascalon
Skandiform is one of Scandinavia's leading suppliers of furniture for offices and inspirational public spaces. Since 1962 Skandiform has been designing furniture that brings personality and harmony to spaces where people meet. It is in Vinslöv, southern Sweden that Skandiform creates products characterized by sustainable design with good function and quality, highly valued by our customers.
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