Sagaform is one of the leading brands developing, distributing and marketing Nordic design. The company's products are developed by leading designers based on genuine Swedish design tradition. A Sagaform product is an ideal gift - for someone else or yourself. Every item in their wide range conveys pleasure and innovation in the kitchen and on the table, both indoors and out. Sagaform is a member of the rapidly growing New Wave Group AB, which also includes companies such as Orrefors Kosta Boda, Sea Glassworks, Craft and Seger.
Three of the designers represented at huset:
Helene Tiedemann studied Industrial Design in London, and later Architecture in Stockholm. She is internationally known both for her distinctive furniture and product designs. Her design language shows humane and sensual, as well as highly functional, qualities. She lives with her family in Stockholm where she runs a design and architectural practice. For Sagaform Helene has designed PAUS, a range of products designed to encourage relaxed times in the company of good friends, soothing food and drink, a break away from life's everyday pressures.
Freelance product and interior designer living in Stockholm and trained at Beckmans School of Design. Eliasson has mainly worked with dinnerware products, but his credentials include children's toys, furniture and home-interior makeovers for the television series Room Service. In addition, he has his own artistic glass and ceramic work. His designs are often inspired by nature, history, science and meals. For Sagaform, he has designed the Tapas, Mangold and Interior series.
Pascal Charmolu is a French citizen who has lived in Stockholm since 1984. In 1990 he graduated from the industrial department of the Swedish Academy of Art and Crafts in Stockholm. Since then he has freelanced as a designer for many clients in Sweden and elsewhere. Charmolu's products in the Sagaform range are featured in the Project series, which has received great praise in Europe and beyond and has won many design awards and honorable mentions.