Swedish architect and designer Mattias Stenberg approaches design from a holistic perspective, where the object is always positioned in relation to the viewer and its surroundings. Whether it’s furniture or objects, he has the ability to make mass-produced objects feel tactile and handmade. Since Stenberg founded his studio in 2010, he has been able to design an impressive range of furniture and design objects.
The exhibition and auction at Stockholms Auktionsverk celebrates Stenberg’s wide range of designs and presents over 120 pieces of furniture and design objects produced exclusively for this exhibition by some 20 leading design and furniture manufacturers. Through a mix of unique objects, new and updated design, the audience can follow in with Mattias Stenberg’s personal and clearly timeless design universe.
“I suddenly felt a need to stop and sum up. For the first time, to really look at the entirety of the work of recent years. Literally! After all, it is a bit of a unique opportunity for me to be able to collect so many of my furniture and items in one place, cured only for this occasion. And also together with about 20 different partners we may not normally meet in the same environment.” says Mattias Stenberg.
One of these items is Como by Adea. Como, a quirky, legless sofa that combines practical Swedish design with the Italian elegance. The sofa’s signature is beautiful curves and a generous seating depth. Como also at Adea’s stand C16:38 at Stockholm Furniture Fair.