We are loyal to the most important Scandinavian Design event of the year. Once again, we go back to the Stockholm Furniture Fair to present some of our latest designs for the Swedish brands Glimakra and Abstracta, two cutting-edge companies in the acoustic furniture sector. For both of them we have designed pieces with sound absorbing properties.
Woofer is a flexible soundabsorbent module system that we have designed for Glimakra. It can grow as much as you need, from a small meeting table at 1,2 meters to a really large size conference table at 6 meters. Wiring is easily hidden. With a combination of different materials and wide range of fabrics, Woofer works not only as an acoustic solution, but also as a beautiful furniture in the office, lobby or any other area that demands a sound absorbing solution.
Also for Glimakra we have designed Gemini, a flexible multifunction furniture that works just as well as a divider, writing board or mobile storage shelf. The front and back consist of either a writing board or a sound absorber, or a combination of these. The practical shelf can be used for plants, books or other storage. The inside is always upholstered with fabric.
Trumpet is the new lamp with acoustic properties that we designed for Abstracta. Inspired by the silhouette of a trumpet, we used the iconic shape of the music instrument to both direct the light and to make a subtle connection to the space below the lamp. We wanted to create an element not only with acoustic function but also with a temperament that enriches everyday life.
We are also present with our good friends from Bla Station with our Ginkgo, Gaia and Arc acoustic panels, and our Pocket chair.
The Spanish pavilion for the ICEX Spain in Downtown Design Dubai is designed and curated by Stone Designs under the title “Life Experts”. Spanish people are experts in living, comfort and everything related to what is good in life.
When it comes to office design, every detail, square metre and every corner counts. Stone Designs‘ idea for good office and interior design must focus specifically on the needs of each project, always ensuring the well-being of the workers.