Grythyttan has a long tradition of supplying furniture for public environments. Whether at cafes, restaurants, hotels, parks, courtyards or schools, our furniture can be found throughout Sweden.
Art gallery Artipelag
At Artipelag you can enjoy the lake view from the large terrace. Chair 1 with a peaceful swing makes it even nicer.
Photo: Artipelag and photographer Kate Gabor.
Swedish Institute, Paris
Institut suédois is a Swedish culture house in Paris and Sweden's only culture house abroad. Every year, more than 100,000 visitors get the opportunity to experience Swedish culture and swing in an A2 from Grythyttan Stålmöbler.
Photo: Vinciane Lebrun-Verguethen
A café in central Bordeaux named after the owner's Swedish grandmother Lisa. With furniture from the Brewery Series, a Scandinavian feeling has been created.
The Maidstone Hotel, Long Island, New York
If you are going to take a piece of Sweden to the Hamptons, nothing fits better than furniture from the Classic series in the garden.
Bryggerikrogen in Nora
A gem in Bergslagen that serves food made from local ingredients in season. The furniture is also local - the High Tech series is produced 40 km from here.
Photo: Frida Edlund
Bofinkdesignstudio has decorated Sneakersnstuff in Tokyo with Chair1 and Table B25A in pine and hot galvanized base. A successful mix of Sweden and Japan.