Introducing: RØROS TWEED

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Selected wool from Norwegian sheep, combined with collaboration with leading Scandinavian designers and textile artists, has made Røros Tweed one of the most reputable producers of woolen products such as throws and cushions. 
Røros Tweed has reorganized its production to meet the challenges of the modern textile industry. The production is now centered around throws of high quality and 100% pure wool with design inspired by the esthetic and cultural heritage of Røros, and the fascinating mountainous nature surrounding it.
Moon Throws different colors
Moon Throw Yellow Ray
Kvam Throw Green
Kvam Throw Orange
Kvam Throws and Cushions

Giftguide 2022 x Stillfried Wien

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Auböck Bookends, Lobmeyr Glassware, Roros Throw, WB Form Ulmer Stool, OUT Neumann Side Table, Victor Foxtrott All Round Table Lamp, Richard Lampert Alu Alu Wall Clock, Bookshelf, Cushion, Ceramics, Lights



Introducing: Egoé

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Egoé is a specialist in outdoor living. Characterized by their quality and intelligent design, Egoé products become natural parts of their environment. The Egoé collection spans from outdoor furniture for homes, cafés, and restaurant gardens, to outdoor offices. 

NYCxDESIGN // Schneid Studio x Stillfried Wien

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Schneid Studio x Stillfried Wien / Striking Colors & Bold Shapes

SAVE THE DATE: May 12th from 6-9PM

Please join Stillfried Wien at the launch event of an exclusive compilation of the popular Junit Collection by Schneid Studio, designed exclusively for Stillfried Wien.
Enjoy a glass of wine and good company while strolling through our Manhattan showroom, at 40 Walker Street.

Navigated by the senses, the German based Schneid Studio, finds harmony between ethics and aesthetics to elaborate thoughtful products with timeless appeal. While being rooted in the admiration of the natural, Schneid Studio’s connection to nature finds deep influence in its creative spirit, resulting in honest partnerships with local craftsmen and women, the use of naturally sourced materials and a holistic sustainable mindset. The geometric shapes and intense color palette of the Junit lighting draws inspiration from the Bauhaus movement. The lighting brings personality into any home. The bulb complements the colorful lamp with its oversized, milky glass which produces warm, ambient light.




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Collection 822: A Bentwood Furniture Evolution
TON introduces the exciting 822 collection by the architecture and design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune. 

“The original designs of the A811 and 811 are great examples of the early modernist movement. But they clearly show the heritage of 19th century romanticism. We decided to remove this feeling,” stated Mårten Claesson, one of the trio of designers. “It is quite natural to work on something from the past and update it for our time. And, as architects, we work on many projects where we have to deal with renovating old buildings and implementing the original architecture in a new way and this is quite a similar task,” adds Eero Koivisto.

The idea for the 822 collection was originally conceived on the basis of studio Claesson Koivisto Rune’s desire to create a limited-edition series for the interior of a new family restaurant in the former Norwegian stock exchange building. They approached TON with their idea, a variation on a classic model, which TON liked so much that they decided to make an expanded, mass-produced collection. “Many iconic designs from history were initially produced for some specific architecture project. I think it is actually much better to design a product for some specific project, because you think about it differently. The case of chair 822 is no different. We designed it to last generations, because the client in Norway is a family who has been running hotels for four generations. The chairs will probably be in that space in 40, even 60 years’ time. The context affects our approach too,” Eero Koivisto explained.

Collection 822 combines the use of shaped plywood and manually bent solid wood. “Bentwood chair design is closely connected to the technology and limitations of bending. And we like these limitations,” stated Mårten Claesson. The exclusive use of beechwood for manual bending is also one of the specifications. The natural character of bent beechwood can be retained, or it can be finished with stains or pigment colors. The products are made from wood certified by PEFC, a system focusing on responsible approaches to forest ecosystems and on expanding them.