wish list - Scandinavian style
Written by Oryx
Normann Copenhagen LightHouse lantern (Denmark)
Designed by Danish duo HolmbäckNordentoft for Normann Copenhagen, LightHouse is an iconic lantern for candles. When darkness falls, LightHouse remains – a lighted silhouette, like an illuminated landmark.
Marimekko Vattenblänk pillow (Finland)
An abstract representation of glittering water, the Marimekko Vattenblänk was designed by Belgian-born Astrid Sylwan, a visual artist who now lives in Sweden and was brought to Marimekko when artistic director Minna Kemell-Kutvonen saw her work in a Swedish interior design magazine.
Menu Dropp! bowl (Denmark)
Menu’s Dropp! bowl was designed by Dane Niels Römer. Dropp! is smooth and shiny inside and matt outside, and is available in six different colours.
Helkama 101i Bicycle (Finland)
The Helkama 101 bicycle is a great example of Finnish engineering, with years of development going into the well-crafted design. Created with Helkama’s patented magnesium frame, it is lightweight and robust.
Vivero Ellipse 1/k12 chair (Finland)
Ellipse chair designed by the Finnish Timo Ripatti received the Furniture of the Year Award in Finland. Upholstered with 12 pieces of multicoloured Millerstripe fabric and black stained wooden parts.
Muuto Rest Sofa (Denmark)
The Rest Sofa series was designed for Muuto by Norwegian design studio Anderssen & Voll. They describe it as ‘a sofa series with an inviting and warm appearance’. Rest is a high-quality sofa using only the best of materials.
Orrefors Divine water decanter (Sweden)
This crystal water decanter is part of the Divine suite of glasses created by designer Erika Lagerbielke as Orrefors’ tribute to the Swedish Royal Wedding in 2010. The Divine glass set was the official gift from the Swedish Parliament and people to Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel, Duke of Västergötland.
Eva Solo Smiley bowl (Denmark)
The Smiley bowl is part of the Danish-designed Eva Solo collection. Made of mouth-blown, multi-layered laminated glass. The smiley slot lets you fill it with snacks, while the indentation on top is an ideal place to temporarily dispose of nutshells and wrappers.