Nola Inside Swedish Design at ICFF in New York
Nola will participate at ICFF in New York 20-23 May and show The Award-winning Kaskad armchair, design Björn Dahlström in collaboration with “Inside Swedish Design”, a cooperation between Interior Cluster Sweden, The Swedish Federation of Wood and Furniture Industry & Stockholm Furniture Fair to promote the Swedish design industry.
Swedish Design Moves Milan
Nola was part of Swedish Design Moves Milan 2018, at the exhibition Hemma – Stories of Home in April at Brera in Milan. A selection of Swedish companies and designers was exhibited along with Nolas new Cacti planter, designed by Anki Gneib and Gro planter, design Mia Cullin. Swedish Design Moves Milan aims to increase the international awareness of Swedish design, commissioned by the Swedish Government led by Visit Sweden in collaboration with Architects Sweden, Association of Swedish Fashion Brands, TMF and Svensk Form. Swedishdesignmoves
Nola’s planting vessel as a traffic barrier in Stockholm city
The city of Stockholm has procured several planting pots from Nola and installed them on the pedestrian street Drottninggatan in Stockholm City. Weighing 3 tonnes, made in reconstituted natural marble stone the planting vessel Marte works as a traffic barrier on the pedestrian street in the urban environment. At the same time, they contribute to inner city beautification by increasing greenery and through creative planting possibilities, provide elegant silhouettes. Marte, designed by Bellitalia, is marketed in Sweden by Nola.
News for a better place
This season, Nola is heading to places where urban design can stir emotions, spark new dialogues and make individuals feel part of the surroundings with designs by young creatives alongside products from established designers. With products in eye-catching colours and soft contours to the environment, Nola is engaging the senses to take individuals to a better place. Brand values, such as quality, durability and sustainability, find new expression in inclusive products that bring communities together.