Knauf and Brown Launches the Stockholm Collection

At this year’s Stockholm Light and Furniture Fair, Knauf and Brown unveiled an appropriately named collection of five modern furnishings for the home. The Vancouver-based duo presented the Stockholm Collection at Greenhouse along with designer Tom Chung. Take a look.

The Keefer Credenza only hints at what is being kept behind its skirt made of bamboo beads. The strings of beads disguise the vertical structure so the piece appears to almost hover above the ground.

Lloyd is a desk lamp with a large LED panel that can rotate 360 degrees, just like its base can. A minimal, V-shaped structure holds the panel allowing the light to be directed anywhere.

Elli is a handy tabletop mirror that easily tilts to your favorite angle. Underneath the mirror is a circular tray designed to hold all of your smaller items in one convenient spot.

Vent is an occasional table with a cylindrical base that holds a series of aluminum slats for its tabletop. The bold contrast between the smooth and curvy base and the linear slats is softened with its matte grey finish.

The Belcarra Floor Light is made of three steel legs with a flat, circular shade of LED light sitting off kilter. The lamp’s name and shape were inspired by “a coastal neighborhood on the Canadian Pacific Northwest, where jaunty metal caps top the clusters of pilings which secure the seaside homes in place.”

Caroline Williamson is Editor-in-Chief of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.