Nola benches part of a nominated square

Holma Square in central Malmö has been nominated for the 2018 Skåne Prize for Architecture. This prize is appointed by Sveriges Arkitekter and awarded by the region of Skåne. Nola’s concrete backed bench Plymå, designed by Mattias Stenberg, was produced especially for the square, in a larger model. The square is designed by Arkitektlaget Skåne and the landscape architect Susanna Kapusta, Malmö City Council.


Långbordet – the new arrival in Nola’s range

Nola launches the Långbordet as a new item in its range. A dynamic, modular bench table system with many possibilities that can be extended lengthways and/or using curves. The table is wheelchair accessible, has multiple use areas and can be built in different formations to adapt to different architectural environments. Design – White Architects in collaboration with artist Ebba Matz and Nola.

Nola chair a finalist in the Sustainable Chairs design competition

Nola’s chair Solliden, designed by Björn Dahlström, is nominated for the Nordic design competition Sustainable Chairs, as one of ten Swedish finalists. Distinctive design and sustainable thinking. The winning designs will be presented in December at the Nordic Pavilion at the UN Climate Summit in Katowice, Poland. The force behind the Sustainable Chairs competition is Svensk Form – the Swedish Society of Crafts and Design – and its Nordic sister organisations.

Bellitalia at Hede Fashion Outlet

Nola has furnished the outdoor environment for Hede Fashion Outlet in Kungsbacka. Demetra benches and Artemide planting vessels have been specially designed for Hede to match site conditions, with curved models that have been placed in a range of constellations with planting and seating on different levels. Urban furniture that creates shapes, volumes and spaces that will last over time. Design Bellitalia.

Nola Furniture at Nordic Light Hotel in Stockholm

Our furnitures was selected for the new outdoor dining area at the Nordic Light Hotel in Stockholm to fit the Nordic style. Classic Wimbledon tables and chairs, design Broberg & Ridderstråle mixed with Värtan backed bench, design Nola and Gro planting vessels, design Mia Cullin. Photo Jann Lipka