Stands at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair

Älvsjö Gård

Utställningen Älvsjö Gård, med unik och experimentell design i ofta limiterad upplaga, visar upp formgivare och konstnärer som rör sig mellan småskaligt arbete och industriell design.

Plattformen Älvsjö Gård har fått sitt namn från 1500-talsgården intill mässområdet, där den första upplagan hade premiär 2023. I år visade designers och oberoende konstnärer nya verk i ett avsett område inne på mässan . Bland dem fanns konstnären Fabian Bergmark Näsman, vars verk suddar ut gränserna mellan det naturliga och övernaturliga, och designern Nick Ross, som premiärvisade nya verk i sin serie Primitive Arrangements.

Andra utställare 2024 var ormgivarna Gustav Winsth och Alexander Lervik, som debuterade med ett samarbete där VR-teknik har spelat en avgörande roll i designprocessen, och den alltid utforskande Jenny Nordberg. Den tyska designern Carsten in der Elst visade sin serie Graywacke Offcut för första gången i Sverige.



Fabian Bergmark Näsman

Fabian Bergmark Näsman’s sculptures look like a combination of sci-fi plants, fitness equipment and playground architecture. Behind his art lies a sincere interest in the process of organic form finding. The sculptures are like related species whose evolution Bergmark Näsman actively promotes through constant modification.


Didi NG Wing Yin is a Helsinki-based artist and designer. His creations focus on craftsmanship and material culture, aspiring to broaden the concepts of woodworking and contemporary design by emphasising the essence of wood in its materiality through conceptual thinking, experimental surface treatment and carving techniques.

Carsten in der Elst

German designer Carsten in der Elst showcased his Greywacke Offcut Collection for the first time in Sweden. The series is made of industrial by-products sourced from a company that quarries and manufactures stone, specifically Lindlar Greywacke; a variety of hard and dark sandstone used to manufacture pavement stones.

Jenny Nordberg

Jenny Nordberg is an industrial designer based in southern Sweden. She works in an exploratory and interdisciplinary way to expand the contemporary notion of design. Whether working on an experimental, conceptual or commercial project, her practice is always driven by a search for alternatives and counterstrategies to irresponsible mass production.

David Ericsson

Swedish designer David Ericsson has a special fascination for chairs and much of his research revolves around seating. At Älvsjö gård he showcased Molnas, two chairs blending pragmatic thinking with the slow hand of a decorative painter. Also on show was parts of his research project ”Wrong Construction at the Right Place”.

Lervik / Winsth

Swedish designers Alexander Lervik and Gustav Winsth have used virtual reality to design a collection of three armchairs. The metal armchairs are on show at the fair along with the VR design process that produced them. Visitors were drawn into a virtual space and can experience the design journey up close.

Sizar Alexis

Sizar Alexis experiments with objects that convey a sense of stillness and serenity yet have a strong character through their geometrical shapes and the raw beauty of the natural materials he works with. Alongside his material-driven approach, Sizar brings personal narratives into his work, in combination with a deep interest in brutalist aesthetics and contextual inspiration from the cultural and architectural heritage of ancient Mesopotamia.


Gnilmyd Kcab was founded by fashion designer Ann-Sofie Back and marketer Mattias Dymling, who create accessories for the home and office. “I was curious about how my thinking translated into interior design, and found it very inspiring to move away from the body and into the home,” says Back. For Dymling, the home should be an ongoing conversation and he wants objects they create to be a part of that conversation.

Nick Ross

Nick Ross work revolves around the intricate tapestry of history, investigating events that have shaped specific cultural positions. He has collaborated with numerous international brands including +Halle, Audo, Karakter, Niko June and Louis Vuitton. At Älvsjö Gård he showcased his Primitive Arrangements series in cast metal and wood, inspired by early forms of architecture.

Matsson Marnell

Matsson Marnell is an interior design studio with a holistic approach. Led by Katarina Matsson and Magda Marnell, the studio combines extensive experience from the realms of interior design and fashion. The pair specialise in crafting unique environments and high-end collectibles with a strong personality and minimal environmental impact.

Kajsa Melchior

Kajsa Melchior is a designer and sculptor based in Stockholm focusing on spatial and material investigations. Her work has a design critical approach and sits on the borderline between furniture and sculpture. With an interest in geology, many of her sculptures are made from sand that has been exposed to forces such as wind and water.