New Dawn

See the webcast of the launch and opening of the exhibition New Dawn on Strandvägen 5, Stockholm.

Finally, it is time to celebrate the return of spring at Svenskt Tenn. Now, perhaps more than ever, we need hope and joy in our lives, and bright times lie ahead. We celebrate by launching five new products, designed by five contemporary designers.

Exhibited at Strandvägen 5 27.04.2022 – 29.05.2022

Ever since Svenskt Tenn was founded, we have combined classic and timeless design with modern design. The range has broadened over the years with new products developed through exciting collaborations with architects, artists and designers.

Spring 2022 brings the launch of a sideboard by Eva Schildt, carafes by Frida Fjellman, a dinnerware set by Sara Söderberg, a candle lantern by Peter Nylander and new fabric prints by Jean-Baptiste Lescudé, among other things.

Sideboard Kvintett

Eva Schildt

Sideboard Kvintett

The ‘Kvintett’ (Quintet) Sideboard is a glass cabinet in a modern style, inspired by old glass verandas. The design was named after the five glass colours.

Sara Söderberg

Gryning Dinnerware

The ‘Gryning’ (Dawn) tableware by Sara Söderberg ware has been created for the first meal of the day: a plate, a bowl and a cup and saucer – meant for coffee and tea.

For the first time, this design, which has previously been turned in wood, has been produced entirely in glass. The table sculpture by Frida Fjellman, to use as a vase or carafe, is designed to add something rather than blend into a table setting. The cork is inspired by rising smoke (a smoke signal) and is a nod to communication and conversation at the dinner table.

The cork is inspired by rising smoke (a smoke signal) and is a nod to communication and conversation at the dinner table.

Exhibition New Dawn
Table cloth Persephone

Pattern Persephone

THIS COLLECTION is named after the Greek goddess Persephone, who is associated with the return of spring. The abstract pattern features an interpretation of petals, buds, leaves and seeds, depicting all the signs of spring. The colours vary, giving us a feeling of flowering vegetation and all that the season has to offer.

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Candle Holder Lux

Light is, not surprisingly, the focus of Peter Nylander’s candle lantern “Lux”. The lantern is named after the Latin word for light, and the carefully selected materials spread an atmospheric, warm glow from the lighted candle in its centre. The intention is to use it for bright moments in life when loved ones meet: on the table, in the seating area, on the patio, in the dining area or in the living room.

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Exhibition New Dawn