Nola Share Secrets during Paris Design Week
Autumn is here, and that means that the long-awaited Paris Design Week is finally back. Nola take part by participating in the ‘Swedish Secrets’ design show at the Swedish Institute in Paris, presenting a selection of new designs and favourite products.
Visitors to the Swedish Institute will encounter designs from Nola at the ‘Fika’ café, where the Wimbledon furniture series by Broberg & Ridderstråle are found in the courtyard and in the interior. The café is also furnished with selected pieces from the Alnön furniture series by Thomas Eriksson and the Gro planters designed by Mia Cullin.
The generous Big & Small Basket armchairs designed by Ola Gillgren are present in the courtyard and garden, as well as the Kaskad wire chairs by Björn Dahlström, which were given as a gift to the Swedish Institute in 2021 to celebrate Kaskad’s 10th anniversary. Nola's acclaimed park bench, Sigill, designed by Note Design Studio and Gunilla Allard, is also present in the garden.
‘Swedish Secrets’ will continue from 2 September to 4 October, and includes an events schedule packed with talks, panel discussions, guided tours and meetings with public sector stakeholders and wholesale buyers.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Wednesday – Sunday, 12:00-18:00
11 rue Payenne, 75003 Paris
Take the opportunity to visit the housing show and future exhibition at the H22 City Expo in Helsingborg, Sweden before it ends — it’s well worth a visit. Nola are presenting products at the expo in four different areas and we hope to see you there before the 3rd of July.