Per Söderberg continues to futher develop the No Early Birds collection. This year at the Stockholm Design Week he presents new solutions for work and storage.

No early bird design by Per Söderberg

What appears to be plain but subtle boxes with elegant brass fronts – placed on a cross-leg structure base – turns out, after a closer look, to be units with different detailing and functions. Some have tops with recessed Tärnsjö leather, some have drawers while yet some have flip doors with refined detailing in brass.

Cupboard by Per Söderberg for No Early Bird

I have made the back of the units equally elegant and interesting to look at as the fronts – this way I want to inspire people to place the units freestanding and thus create new and interesting ways to furnish a space, says Per Söderberg.

Work desk by Per Söderberg

The units can be used separately or combined / stacked according to individual need and preference. The iconic and architectural cross-leg structure is the main feature of the No Early Birds Collection. It comes in three different  heights and serves as a base for the units.

Furniture by Per Söderberg

Materials: Frame in valchromat. Fronts and fixings in brass. Table tops in vegetable tanned Tärnsjö leather. Cross-leg base in powder coated metal.

The work desk from the backside

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