Sweden’s prolific Monica Förster
The Bird vase designed for Bitossi has a sculptural shape and is intended to work either as a low vase or a sculpture for the table. The low stance of the vase ensures that you are able to see your conversation partner without any visual disturbances.
The Kimono table’s form is inspired by the traditional Japanese garment of the same name, and its base is made of solid wood. The perfectly circular shaded glass top comes in various different colors, including the pictured blue one that was inspired by the Japanese indigo dyeing process.
This fully solid ashwood construction chair was designed by Ms Förster for Swedese in 2007. The lines of it exude harmony and a sense of cleanliness. It is fully upholstered with either fabric or leather.
Dorotea cutlery set
Check out her website, and follow her work on Instagram at @monicaforsterdesignstudio.
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