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Skagerak from Denmark offers an extensive range of indoor and outdoor furniture and accessories. Collaborating with a vast number of designers including Chris L. Halstrøm, who in addition to designing gorgeous furniture as a solo designer, has teamed up with Margrethe Odgard to form Included Middle. Vivlio, designed by Included Middle, is a stylish modular shelving system available in small, medium and large. Vivlio allows you to combine the shelves to suit your design and comes in ash, black and light blue shelving options with a combination of black, silk grey or cinnamon brown frame.
Gabriella Gustafson and Mattias Ståhlbom are the designers behind the Overlap table and bench and have run the architecture and design studio TAF Architects in Stockholm, Sweden, since 2002. Overlap is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. This spectacular range presents a contrast between rustic wooden planks and painted steel legs. Overlap has a modern edge with a contemporary appeal, it also comes in a range of sizes perfect for all occasions.
The Georg collection designed by Chris L. Halstrøm offers a range of products including the Georg desk with an optional draw or console. The Georg also has stools in a range of sizes, as well as a bench seat and dining table. The stunning Georg collection boasts an expression between Nordic sensuality and Japanese minimalism. The Georg stool and bench highlight the combination of wood, wool, and leather with a choice of black stained or natural finishes. The impressive Georg range is ideal for residential and commercial settings.
Also from Skagerak in collaboration with Louise Hederström is the outdoor setting Reform. Designed with a contrast between wood and aluminium, the Reform table has a light, soft touch with a matching bench seat that compliments the table beautifully. Reform is available in a hunter green and anthracite black.
Luxxbox has developed a range of agile whiteboards all designed to offer a place to think, introducing the new ThoughtWalls.