Furniture by Carl Hagerling

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Stockholm 2011: Swedish designer Carl Hagerling presented his collection of brass objects with design collective Landet as part of the Greenhouse at Stockhom Furniture Fair earlier this month.

Pieces by Carl Hagerling

The series includes a free-standing radio shaped like a little dog, a kerosene lamp that can be removed from its stand and a candle holder with a wing nut and bolt to move the candle up as the wax burns down.

Pieces by Carl Hagerling

Also included is a wooden trivet made up of seven faces connected by magnets, which can be separated and used as coasters, and a table-cloth clip in the shape of a hand.

Pieces by Carl Hagerling

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Pieces by Carl Hagerling

Captions are provided by Hagerling

Pieces by Carl Hagerling

Above and: Sju Vackra Flickor i en ring. Trivet designed after a Swedish summer song; "sju vackra flickor i en ring" = "seven beautiful girls in a circle". Is connected with small magnets and could be separated and used as coasters. Made in black (MDF, wood) walchromat

Pieces by Carl Hagerling

Above: Sommarprataren Radio furniture inspired by my pugs. -"drink your coffee, read your favorite book listen to the radio". Made in brass, electronics, white painted MDF

Pieces by Carl Hagerling

Above and below: Fotogen. Flexible kerosene lamp inspired by workshop-tools; industrial lamp, chemistry, a shaped foot, coulter and broom. The lamp is docked to the support and could easy be moved and be docked or placed for example next to the bed. Made in white painted pine, brass, glass

Pieces by Carl Hagerling

Below: Prästkrage Candle-holder, in Swedish "stumpljusstake". Inspired by a leaf of a water-lily and melting stearine. Made in brass

Pieces by Carl Hagerling

Below: Duk hand. Cloth clip shaped as a hand. Made in brass.

Pieces by Carl Hagerling

Below: Landet stand in the Greenhouse at Stockholm Furniture Fair

Pieces by Carl Hagerling


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    Very inspiring and imaginative design, always exciting to see such an innovative take on furniture.