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Rights and Brands, Design House Stockholm Debut Furniture

The worldwide agency representing Swedish artists Carl and Karin Larsson has announced a furniture collaboration with Design House Stockholm.

Rights and Brands has announced the launch of a furniture collaboration with Design House Stockholm.

“Nordic designers have been at the forefront of the international design scene for decades,” says Anders Färdig, chief executive officer and founder, Design House Stockholm. “But haven’t we been a bit restricted in terms of color? Design House Stockholm has decided to reach across the centuries and dress up nine objects selected from our contemporary collection of accessory furniture pieces with four of the bold colors of Karin Larsson, a legend of Swedish art and design.” 

The collection, “Colour Accent inspired by Karin & Carl Larsson,” launched at Stockholm Furniture Fair.

“Together with the creative team at Design House Stockholm we are putting a modern take on heritage licensing,” says Anna Lawrence, rights director, Rights and Brands. “It’s been delightful seeing how Karin’s creative, modernist thinking of yesterday marries so well with the objects of today’s top furniture designers.”

The collection aims to pay tribute to the Larsson family and includes chairs, side tables, step ladders and more.

“This collaboration really sets the tone for the year,” says Patrick Ullman, chief executive officer, Rights and Brands. “We are looking forward to adding more creative collaborations to our heritage and art-based brands and showcasing Rights and Brands’ innovative and progressive take on licensing.”

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