Stockholm furniture fair 2024: the best sustainable design products

Sustainable Design & Stockholm Furniture Fair 2024 highlights

Stockholm Furniture Fair 2024 was a testimony to the growing importance of sustainable design. With a focus on eco-friendly materials, innovative solutions, and forward-thinking concepts, the event showcased the latest trends and developments in sustainable design. From furniture made from reclaimed materials to innovative waste management solutions, the fair highlighted the industry’s commitment to environmental responsibility and social impact.

7 Highlights of sustainable Design solutions from the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2024

As visitors, we explored the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2024, they were met with a myriad of sustainable design solutions aimed at addressing the pressing environmental challenges of our time. From young designers, universities, brands and manufacturers, participants showcased their commitment to sustainability through innovative products and practices.


1. Folkform: The Museum of Masonite

Folkform’s exhibition at the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2024 epitomized the essence of sustainable design. By repurposing the last remaining hardboards from a Masonite factory, Folkform seamlessly blended craftsmanship with industrial heritage, offering a compelling narrative of sustainability in design. Their work exemplifies the ethos of Design for Sustainability, showcasing how eco-conscious practices can redefine the boundaries of interior design.

Folkform: The Museum of Masonite


2. Luna, Regenerative Sanitation

Luna, the innovative waterless toilet showcased at the fair, epitomized Eco Design at its finest. Developed by Harvest Moon, Luna represents a paradigm shift in waste management, offering a regenerative solution that minimizes environmental impact. By separating waste and harnessing nutrients for reuse, Luna exemplifies how sustainable materials can be integrated into everyday products to promote a greener future. Available for pre-order, be the first!

Luna: Regenerative Sanitation


3. Exhibition by Linnaeus University: “What Has Been, Is, and Could Be”

Linnaeus University’s exhibition underscored the crucial role of sustainable materials in contemporary interior design. Through thought-provoking displays, students explored the interconnectedness between nature and design, emphasizing the importance of Design for Sustainability in mitigating environmental degradation. Their work serves as a poignant reminder of the transformative power of green design in shaping our relationship with the environment.


“What Has Been, Is, and Could Be” by Linnaeus University


4. Reinventions Exhibition by Konstfack Art University

Konstfack Art University’s exhibition showcased the transformative potential of sustainable design in revitalizing urban spaces. Through innovative design interventions, students demonstrated how Design for Sustainability can breathe new life into neglected environments, preserving historical heritage while embracing eco-conscious practices. Their work exemplifies the power of design to catalyze positive change in our communities.


Exhibition by Konstfack Art University


5. “Step into Our Studio” – An Exhibition of Academic Projects

We couldn’t resist presenting this exhibition outside the Fair, the Konstfack University’s exhibition offered a multifaceted exploration of sustainable interior design. From pixel to prototype, students showcased their commitment to Green Design principles, demonstrating how innovative materials and design strategies can minimize ecological footprint without compromising on style. Their projects exemplify the symbiotic relationship between sustainability and aesthetic excellence in interior design.

“Step into Our Studio” Exhibition by Konstfack University


6. Nordgröna’s Sustainable Tile Collections

Nordgröna wowed attendees with their Saga and Canvas Collections. The Saga, inspired by Scandinavian folklore, offers eco-friendly cork tiles that marry tradition with modern functionality. Meanwhile, the Canvas features oak-framed reindeer moss tiles, bringing natural charm and sound-absorbing qualities to interior spaces. Both collections deliver sustainable design solutions with minimal maintenance, blending nature seamlessly into modern living environments.


Sustainable Tile Collections by Nordgröna


7. Greenhouse Designers

The Greenhouse Designers at Stockholm Furniture Fair 2024 was also about the spirit of innovation and creativity in sustainable design. By showcasing groundbreaking concepts and prototypes, these emerging designers exemplified the limitless possibilities of Eco Design in addressing contemporary environmental challenges. Their visionary projects serve as a testament to the transformative potential of sustainable design in shaping a more resilient and equitable future. We highlight 3 young talents!

Bursell / Svedborg

Nanna Wensaas

Laura Casañas Maya

Projects at the Greenhouse Designers

So, the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2024 showcased the remarkable synergy between sustainability and design innovation, reaffirming the industry’s commitment to creating a more sustainable future. From reclaimed materials to regenerative solutions, the event underscored the pivotal role of sustainable design in shaping a greener, more inclusive world. As we navigate the challenges of the 21st century, the principles of sustainability will continue to guide us towards a brighter tomorrow.

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