Stockholm 2015: style studio Färg & Blanche has launched a assortment of upholstered stools for Gärsnäs, the Swedish furniture brand that previously produces its Emma and Emily chairs.
Named after two dogs that regular the Gärsnäs showroom, the Elsa and Jack stools are upholstered in fabric or leather and have sound ash legs.
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“We needed to develop modest close friends for Emma and Emily,” explained the studio’s founders Frederik Färg and Emma Marga Blanche. “When we started sketching Jack and Elsa, it seemed clear that a stool supplementing our Emma Series need to have an idiom and a existence of its own.”
Emma chair and Elsa stool
Jack is the greater of the two patterns – large enough to seat two or 3 individuals – whilst Elsa only has room for one.
“Stools can play many distinct elements in an interior design and style, singly or like a flock of animals spread out across the room,” stated the designers.
“Their natural shape permits them to be positioned in a much more messy way, for example in a public space you will not require to have them all lined up,” they continued. “They can reside their own daily life wherever individuals depart them.”
Färg & Blanche launched the Emily chair final year as a smaller sized model of the Emma armchair unveiled the year prior to. Each function quilted upholstered backrests and rounded wooden legs.
The new stools are visually linked to the chairs by the sleeves of material that cover the best portions of the legs.
“The stockinged leg detail comes from Emma and Emily, we desired them to have a loved ones lookalike feeling,” Blanche informed Dezeen. “This is the tiny detail that provides them their identity, a way to dress them.”
Emma chair with Elsa and Jack stools
Developed and created in Sweden, Elsa and Jack have been presented at the Stockholm Furnishings Honest last month on the Gärsnäs stand – also designed by Färg & Blanche. The duo also unveiled a chair with a metal frame shaped like trouser braces in Stockholm.