During Stockholm Design Week 2021, Liljencrantz Design and KFK Master Cabinet-Makers present their new collaboration Veermakers - a design brand where quality and timeless design are in focus to create exclusive furniture without compromise. Veermaker's first collection will be shown in an exhibition curated by Louise Liljencrantz in Grand Relations' studio.
The collaboration between the leading Swedish interior design Louise Liljencrantz and KFK Master Cabinet-Makers began in 2017 and together they have created limited furniture that does not compromise on design, production or material choice. In February 2021, they will take the next step together when Louise Liljencrantz and Kristin Rudenstam introduce the new brand Veermakers.
Veermakers is based on the same philosophy as the previous collaboration between Liljencrantz and KFK, where sustainability and production of unique furniture, lighting, mirrors and other objects with a strong identity have guided the collaboration. Veermaker's products will be available at selected retailers around the world. - With Veermakers, we wanted to create the same feeling of craftsmanship as in our previous creations, but with a less complex production. In this way, they will also be available for retail and consumers and not only in interior design projects, says Louise Liljencrantz.
By using materials of the highest quality and a timeless design, Veermakers offers solid products with a subtle and strong design language. The English word "veer" stands for change of direction, but Veermakers not only wants to change course but also turn back the clock to a time when the craft was in full focus. - Much of what we see on the market today testifies to a compromise of both design and quality. With Veermakers, we wanted to let the craft be in focus and create products that are the opposite of mass production and fast consumption, says Louise Liljencrantz.
During Stockholm Design Week 2021, the brand's first collection is presented in a curated exhibition by Louise Liljencrantz. The exhibition takes place in Grand Relations' studio at Vasaparken in central Stockholm. The 200-square-meter room, with a ceiling height of more than five meters, has an international and exclusive character, with interiors and concepts developed by Louise Liljencrantz. Louise has, among other things, designed specially designed carpentry and interior details such as background walls, podiums and the lounge table Sunny Side Up - all produced by KFK.
Read and see more about the collection at veermakers.com.