Ilse Crawford is known for creating environments where humans feel comfortable; homes that are habitable, public spaces that make people feel at home and make sense to those that use them.
The simplicity of the design belies the rigorous research that has gone into honing the extremely particular dimensions, each calculated and tested to ensure the pieces support the changing sedentary habits of modern life. The pieces are upholstered in a range of signature colours in long haired mohair, specially chosen for a tactile experience.
Low Back Ilse Sofa in Mohair Velvet for photoshoot.
Goop Pop Up designed by Harvey Nichols
Low Back Ilse Sofa
Low Back Ilse Sofa in Mohair Velvet Marimba Mouse for the Goop Pop-up in 2019.
Photoshoot by Sania Pell for Institu, featuring Ilse Sofa in longpile Mohair.
Ilse Sofa in the Modernity Showroom in Stockholm | Photography: Äsa Liffner
Ilse Sofa in Long Pile Mohair in the Modernity showroom in Sweden
Ilse Sofas in the Lobby of Ett Hem Hotel, Stockholm | Photography: Magnus Marding
Inside Ett Hem
Located in Stockholm, Sweden, Ett Hem was a private residence built in 1910. It has now been tastefully transformed into a luxury hotel. A tranquil home away from home, steeped in the Scandinavian aesthetics where functionality meets beauty.
Image courtesy of Hotel Kranzbach GmbHA Kompatscher
Inside Das Kranzbach
Das Kranzbach is the exact opposite of a business hotel; the people who come here on holiday are looking for rest, relaxation and energy. Yoga courses and pools are open for guests to swim a few laps before breakfast.