"A LABEL WITH GLOBAL REACH”'
Strömsfors Mill was founded by Anders-Josef Larsson in 1859,
later joined by his brother Salomon. After Salomon's passing,
his sons David and Oskar Nylander became the new owners,
bringing their engineering expertise and new ideas to the mill.
With engineer Richard Högfeldt, they invented the "Svenske"
labeling machine in 1913, which became a worldwide success.
The Nylanders also built Villa Strömsfors in 1908. It was influenced
by their European travels. Both the mill and villa have been fully
refurbished and refined by new entrepreneurs. The villa is now serving
as an exclusive hotel. Konsthantverk has supplied its interior lighting.
”A LEGACY OF GLASS”.
Rosdala Glassworks is an important part of our history.
It was founded in 1895 and was focusing exclusively on
producing lamp glass. Its success was driven by the growth
of electrification in the country. After World War II,
business picked up again and the factory welcomed workers
from all across Europe. In 1966, a new glassworks was built
and the old one was demolished in 1967, though the old
glass furnace remains. We have a long history with Rosdala,
starting as a client and now as the owner of the mill,which is
no longer in operation. Our brand STUDIO ROSDALA has
given new life to many of the old lamp glasses.
”DESIGN INSPIRED BY THE LIVING BODY”.
HOUSE OF FINN JUHL
The House of Finn Juhl showroom is located near Kongens
Nytorv in Copenhagen. Finn Juhl is one of Scandinavia's
most prominent modernists and furniture designers and his
unique designs, inspired by art and movement, have left a
lasting impact on modern Scandinavian design. Juhl crafted
furniture classics already in the 40s and 50s, that lives on even
to this day. Visitors to the showroom can admire his design,
including the Grasshopper chair, Chieftain chair, Poet sofa,
Pelican chair, and 45 chair. Visitors may also enjoy Konsthantverk
in the showroom. The House of Finn Juhl (which is a part of the
One Collection) is our valued agent in Denmark, sharing our
emphasis on art and craftsmanship.