Barber Osgerby at Stockholm Furniture Fair
The designers’ installation is divided by felt hangings into three separate ‘rooms’, illuminated throughout by the Hotaru paper lanterns launched by twentytwentyone in 2015.
“Each space offers the visitor an environment for relaxation, meeting and working under a canopy of paper lanterns,” said Barber & Osgerby. Named after the Japanese word for firefly, the Hotaru range of lighting was launched by twentytwentyone as part of the 2015 London Design Festival.
The collection is manufactured using traditional techniques and materials by Ozeki & Co Ltd, the celebrated Japanese company dedicated to making paper lanterns since 1891.
Also displayed at the Guest of Honour stand is Barber Osgerby’s Pilot chair, an innovative and adaptable lounge chair suited to both the home and the workplace.
View the range of Barber & Osgerby designs available from twentytwentyone here.