The products range from contemporary lounge chairs and dining tables to geometric table lamps and durable outdoor furniture.
Also featured are re-releases of classic Scandinavian furniture, including Torbjørn Afdal's Hunter chair designed in 1960 and Verner Panton's Cloverleaf sofa, which was designed in 1969.
Stockholm Design Week took place from 7 to 13 February 2022 at various venues throughout the Swedish capital. The design festival will return in September to coincide with Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, which was postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Originally designed in 1960 by Norwegian designer Torbjørn Afdal, the new model uses the latest innovations in materials and processes while staying true to the chair's original design.
Designed by Matteo Fogale for Danish brand &Tradition, the Caret table lamp is a contemporary interpretation of "bankers lamps" traditionally found in libraries.
The table lamp is made from lacquered steel and was designed by Fogale to suit both work and home environments.
The chaise longue is available in two types of laminated wood, including a warm-toned Douglas fir and a slightly darker cherry wood.
Massproductions also created a self-build version, which includes instructions and drawings on how to build the design from scratch using materials that can be found at any hardware store.
The table contains up to 75 per cent recycled materials and is suitable for dining, working or meetings.
The collection of woven rugs is available in three classic Häggå patterns, including Stripe, Dot and Post, a lattice-like motif.
The rugs are designed to be timeless and well suited to any interior style, while the new colour palette is intended to emphasise the patterns.
The Stair table lamp consists of a stepped steel base with a spherical light that appears to be balancing on the edge of the top step, designed by Swedish studio Notchi Architects for lighting brand Oblure.
The lamp, which also doubles as a bookend, is a playful take on geometry and gravity and is designed to suit home and work settings.
The collection includes a zigzagging pattern called 100%, and a matrix-like grid pattern in shades of green called Anything Everything.
According to Bolon, Truly flooring is made in Sweden with renewable energy and contains recycled materials.
The table has an oak veneer top on solid oak legs and was awarded furniture of the year in RUM Magazine's Swedish Design Awards 2022.
The lamp can be hung on its own or clustered with other lamps in a variety of shapes, including a straight line, circle, rectangle, triangle or square.
Made from sustainably grown oak and woven paper, the Detalji bench was designed by Jenni Roininen for Finnish brand Nikari and in collaboration with paper yarn specialists Woodnotes.
The bench's seat is covered in Woodnotes's Woodpecker fabric, which is spun and woven from undyed paper.
The design references the curvaceous shape of a cloverleaf and comes in modules, which users can add to or remove depending on the desired outcome.
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