Making the most of a special event, the design crowd came out in force to celebrate the launch of Norweigan brand Eikund at StylecraftHOME in Melbourne.
June 3rd, 2021
Prior to the latest lockdown in Melbourne, Stylecraft hosted a fabulous party to launch its latest brand Eikund from Norway. With a capacity crowd in the Melbourne showroom, Stylecraft founder Anthony Collins introduced the brand then crossed live to Norway for an introduction to Eikund, its story and products.
In true Stylecraft fashion, beautiful food and delicious drinks were served as the guests viewed the furniture and had the opportunity to touch, feel and see the products up close. Popular with the crowd and a stand out among the many fine pieces was the Fluffy armchair designed by Fredrik A. Kayser – as modern today as when it was designed in 1954.
Eikund presents a range that comprises Norwegian furniture classics that have stood the test of time in design. For example, the range includes the Krysset lounge chair by Fredrik A. Kayser designed in 1955; The Broadway Lounge chair by Torbjørn Afdal designed in 1958 and Sigurd Resell’s øya dining table designed in 1956 and many more.
These furniture pieces, that present classics for a new audience, are certain to hit the design mark for architects and designers and are a fine addition to the Stylecraft portfolio of outstanding brands.
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