The furniture and products that will be released in Offecct Edition are sourced from the history of architecture and design, these are pieces that have taught and inspired us but which might have been unavailable or even neglected in the past. By introducing older pieces in a new edition, we want to contribute in bringing forward innovations which both have a given place on the market as well as an compelling and important story to tell new generations.
“Offecct is a company with a strong interest in architectural history. We have always been great admirers of Frank Lloyd Wright and Sven Markelius and looked at their impressive body of work for inspiration. This new collaboration marks a highlight in the evolution of the company Offecct. Offecct has always been, and will always be, committed to develop and produce original and sustainable design”
Kurt Tingdal, CEO and founder Offecct AB
Frank Lloyd Wright’s mesmerizing pattern for the concrete blocks used to build the Ennis House.
H 585 | W 585 | D 60.
Markelius 01, Table
The Markelius table, that saw the light of day at the same time as Modernism became popular, was designed by the Swedish architect Sven Markelius (1889–1972) for his own villa in the Stockholm suburb of Nockeby.
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Markelius 01, TableView all
”With great honour and respect we are repurposing this timeless design into the future”
Anders Englund, Design Manager
The products have world premier at Stockholm Furniture Fair 2018. Soon we will publish some interviews from SFF with visitors comments and reflections.
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Frank Lloyd Wright™
Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) was an American architect widely recognised for creating USA:s first domestic architectural style: the Prairie Style. Frank Lloyd Wright believed we all have the right to live a life surrounded by beauty regardless of economic or social status.Read more
Sven Markelius (1889–1972) was one of the most influential Swedish architects of the 20th Century and played a crucial part in the introduction of Modernism in Sweden. His own villa in Nockeby (1930) was one of the first to be built according to the new ideals and it was also one of the first experiments with reinforced concrete in housing
architecture in Sweden.