stockholm furniture fair 08 / greenhouse: jonas wagell & bjurstrom design
stockholm furniture fair 08 / greenhouse: jonas wagell & bjurstrom design stockholm furniture fair 08 / greenhouse: jonas wagell & bjurstrom design
feb 13, 2008

stockholm furniture fair 08 / greenhouse: jonas wagell & bjurstrom design

jonas wagell and axel bjurstrom displayed their designs under the same roof in their greenhouse booth at the 2008 stockholm furniture fair. the two swedish designers blended their work together despite each having their own distinct aesthetic. jonas wagell displayed his ‘mrs. gardener’ series of metal outdoor furniture, ‘etore’ candle holders, ‘cage’ fruit baskets and ‘block’ stacking plant pots.  axel bjurstrom showed off his humorous ‘tv easel’, wooden ‘barn lamp’ and the ‘navarone’ spot light. 

‘mrs. gardener’ by jonas wagell

‘tv easel’ by axel bjurstrom

jonas wagell and axel bjurstrom

‘etore’ by jonas wagell

‘barn lamp’ by axel bjurstrom

‘navarone’ by axel bjurstrom

‘cage’ by jonas wagell

‘block’ by jonas wagell

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