Nola Introduces Terrass Pergola System
There is something special about finding oneself in a room, even if it is outside. You are to some degree protected from wind and sun, while at the same time surrounded by nature and green spaces. After receiving many requests and projects for site-built pergolas, we began the process in 2019 of developing a flexible and versatile pergola system. An existing, adaptable system makes the project plan straightforward and the production faster and more affordable.
During Stockholm Design Week 2020, we showcased the system Terass for the first time. We have since then performed a quantity of tests to ensure strength and function, and as of now the system is in production and a part of our standard assortment.
Terrass in our stand at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair 2020. Photography: Jann Lipka.
Adaptability in size, material and design makes Terrass into a system with limitless variations.
As part of the Southern Sweden Design Days event, 27–30 May, Nola is showing new products at Form/Design Center in central Malmö where visitors can try out the new normal; working under a blue sky.
Nola is one of the competition’s sponsors, which is arranged in collaboration with Swedish Architects and the landscape architecture seminar Oyster.
We are pleased to announce that the Långbordet outdoor table received a Monocle Design Award in the Best Public Furniture category. The award was presented for the version of Långbordet White Arkitekter installed in Hamntorget, a small urban plaza in central Stockholm.
We want to congratulate our friends at Liljewall Architects for being awarded Best Architecture 2021 for their work at Kunskapshuset, an essential part of the vast structural transformation in Gällivare, Sweden. As part of the project, Liljewall Architects designed a modular bench system that Nola proudly developed.
Make sure to view Inside Swedish Design (virtually or safely IRL) at Stockholms Auktionsverk during Stockholm Design Week. We’ll be showing news connected to outdoor offices and workspaces with designs by Superlab, Fredrik Mattson, Mats Aldén and Nina Jobs.