Dexter stool by Andreas Farkas for Lammhults

July 25th, 2011 by retail design blog

With an abundance of fresh ideas and youthful enthusiasm, it is no news that manufacturers and design houses repeatedly turn to young, up-and-coming designers when expanding or redeveloping their brands. And with a new strategy for 2011, the Swedish furniture manufacturer Lammhults did just that by inviting a number of ‘young designers who have a new approach to Lammhults’ design tradition’ to collaborate with them.

One of the first creatives to team up with the brand was Andreas Farkas, who designed a series of linear stools called ‘Dexter’, which were presented in the Zona Tortona during the Salone Internazionale del Mobile earlier this month. The multifunctional stools can be arranged together and their complex developing process is described by Lammhults as ‘an inspiring challenge for the company’s designers’.

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