Design House Stockholm Björk Rug Dark Grey
  • Design House Stockholm Björk Rug Dark Grey
  • Design House Stockholm Björk Rug Light Grey
  • Design House Stockholm Björk Rug Blue
  • Design House Stockholm Björk Rug Green
  • Design House Stockholm Björk Rug Light Grey
  • Design House Stockholm Björk Rug Dark Grey
  • Design House Stockholm Björk Rug Blue
  • Design House Stockholm Björk Rug
  • Design House Stockholm Björk Rug

Design House Stockholm Björk Rug

€172.00
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Design House Stockholm - Björk Rug, The birch, a tree that can be found all over Sweden, was the inspiration for the Bjork collection. The expression in the woven structure comes from the black and white trunk of the birch and the leather represents the inside of the bark.

The rug forms a beautiful flat textile surface in the home as natural as stone or wood. To the designer the rugs are like poetry, like a quiet whisper in the room.

Lena Bergstrom has expanded her Bjork collection with a small rug and a stool available in two sizes. The colour tones of Bjork create a marbled effect through a warp of cotton intertwined with a weft in wool known not only for its softness but also for its built-in resistance to soiling thanks to its natural oils.

Specifications

Wool and leather

Size Description

70cn x 130cm
80cm x 250cm
170 x 240cm

  • Lena Bergström

    Lena is one of Sweden’s best-known glass designers with a long career at Orrefors Glassworks, and she is also specialized in textiles. In her own words, she likes soft glass and hard textiles – her textiles often have a clear graphic expression, while her glass designs are more organic. Lena graduated from Konstfack’s textile department, and have received numerous awards since then, including 12 Excellent Swedish Design and 3 Elle Decoration Design Awards; and is represented by National museum in Stockholm, The Röhsska Museum of Fashion, Design and Decorative Arts in Gothenburg, the Cleveland Museum of Art in the United States, and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
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