We'll Always Have Paris
We would like to thank everyone who visited us at the Swedish Institute during Paris Design Week.
For those who missed the event, you can check out some of our products anytime you visit Paris. Nola’s Big Basket armchairs, Kaskad chairs and Kebne outdoor gym will remain at the Swedish Institute and become permanent features in the garden. The Swedish Design Movement exhibition will be open until the 3rd of October. Don’t miss it!
The comfy Big Basket by Ola Gillgren in the courtyard of the Swedish Institute in Paris. Photo: Luca Lomazzi.
The Kebne outdoor gym, designed by Kauppi & Kauppi, was a popular addition to the garden during the event. Photo: Luca Lomazzi.
Kaskad chair, by Björn Dahlström, celebrated its ten-year anniversary in the garden of the Swedish Institute in Paris. Here during a seminar with Swedish trend expert Stefan Nilsson in the pavilion designed by the architecture office In Praise of Shadows. Photo: Luca Lomazzi.
Photo: Luca Lomazzi.
Welcome to a garden party at theEdelweiss Society's old chapel. Together with Anki Gneib, we invite you to an exhibition with new design inspired by the history of the surroundings — where high societies such as Hilma af Klint and Louise Adelborg frequently appeared.
As Paris Design Week approaches, Nola join the line-up of designers and manufacturers selected for the Swedish Design Movement exhibition and trade show. The event will be held in the heart of Paris at the Swedish Institute in the Marais district from 3 September to 3 October, where a programme of exhibitions, panel discussions, and talks will also take place.
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.