Norell Möbler

Marie Norell-Möller

Swedish furniture designer, the daughter of Arne Norell of the same profession. Draws furniture for example Skandiform, Gemla and her own company Norell Möbel AB.
norell(1).JPGMarie got her examina from Konstfack in 1981. Her first commercialized product, cafe chair Paris was inspired by Mediterranean culture, became a form and sales success. It opened the way to a new genre of cafe chairs and had many followers of other manufacturers.

Marie draws chairs, sofas and armchairs, which many consider to have a special "feminine" expression-a counterbalance to the industrial custom furniture in large quantities that was produced for public spaces at the end of 80 - and early 90's. This soft line, she is also a precursor for the type of furniture that fits well in both public and private environment, a stained currently being sought by an increasing number of manufacturers.

Marie Norell-Möller has received numerous awards for good design: armchair "Leo," the sofa "Nova" and the chairs "Lyon" and "Paris". In recent years, the design has mostly focused on new models to the own company. The Howard models "Romeo" and "Juliet" are well known. The sofas "Point", "Mini Point", "Alex" and "Alexandra" are already classics. "Cicci" and "Celina" is armchairs suitable for both homes and public spaces. The combination sofa "Deep" with its generous seating comfort was first produced in 2011