Swedish wood meets Moroccan creativity
swedish wood, casablanca, morocco
Product Design | Exhibition
Morocco is a significant export market for the Swedish forest industry, and Morocco is also a country with a great potential to develop the use of wood, with a long tradition of wood in interior decoration.
To make Moroccan designers want to work with these pines and spruces, Swedish Wood has called on ten Moroccan designers from different horizons to reflect on objects commonly used in the Moroccan tradition, made from these species.
The Ti-Ti Stool collection was born from the sparkle of Swedish wood and Moroccan crafts, orchestrated by an interior designer passionate about the traditions and the know-how of the Mâalams (Master Craftsmen).
Kanza Ben Cherif has revisited the traditional Moroccan stool with brightly colored weaves combined with the natural hues of Swedish wood, personalizing each stool by unique patterns and a "Khalkhal" fully accessorized.
The stools, typical of Moroccan decoration, are suitable for both indoor and outdoor, for adults and children! Its lightness, its functionality and its sparkling colors bring a touch of pepness to all interiors.