Furniture & Light Fair, new products by Zilio A&C in Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, new products by Zilio A&C in Stockholm
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Furniture & Light Fair, new products by Zilio A&C in Stockholm

Written by Redazione |

18 January 2019

In recent years Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair has become a real reference point for interior and lighting design in Northern Europe and this year Zilio A&C will be there, from 5 to 9 February 2019.

On this occasion, the company will be a protagonist because it will present its products in a stand in which the new Arkad pouf collection, designed by the Stockholm based Note Design Studio, will play a leading role.

Beside there will be the most popular proposals of the brand, such as the Nasu family of armchairs and lounges, the Rapa chairs and the Seleri tables and bench, all signed by Mentsen, the Nico coffee tables, the Tra-Ra hangers and the Ro and Sta chairs by Tomoko Azumi, together with some accessories such as Etta by Dossofiorito and Laurel by Simon Kämpfer.

A selection that best expresses the style of Zilio A&C products, in which the Nordic-inspired atmospheres blend harmoniously with contemporary design, in line with the most up-to-date trends in the sector.

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