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For the second year in a row, the Lithuanian Design Forum is organising an impressive joint exposition at the annual exhibition “Furniture and Design Solutions”, which will take place on 27-29 April in Hall I of the Litexpo Exhibition Centre

Karim Rashid’s world premiere and new Lithuanian furniture design

Coffee table collection by Karim Rashid

At this year’s Furniture and Design Solutions exhibition, Vadasiga will present a world first – a collection of coffee tables designed by Karim Rashid. Egyptian-born Karim Rashid is one of the world’s leading industrial designers. He has won more than 300 awards and created over 4,000 product designs. He has collaborated with renowned companies from more than 40 countries.

Vaclovas Daukintis – Director of Vadasiga – met the designer at the 2008 Milan Furniture Show. At the end of the summer of 2021, Vaclovas and Karim met to talk about the design of a new collection of coffee tables. A year later, they had already created a playful coffee table with bright colours. The main accents of this collection are the coats of arms of Lithuanian cities, shaped by Karim Rashid in a contemporary design language.


EMKO launches the new sofa series “Alchemist

Another well-known company EMKO presents a new sofa series “Alchemist”, created by the Lithuanian design duo “etc.etc” (Arūnas Sukarevičius and Inesa Malafej). This collection is based on the circular economy principle, using as much as possible locally sourced raw materials.



Sedes regia’s S-Box mobile furniture. Designed by architect Darius Juškevičius

Another new industrial design product is Sedes regia’s S-Box mobile furniture, a cosy, private space for a short nap, a break from the hustle and bustle of regular work. It is a capsule box-shaped space with sliding doors, an LED lamp and a 220 V socket, a mattress, a pillow, fabric-covered walls – every detail is designed for a quality rest.



Expressive interior accents and billiards in the dining room

Dringelis will be exhibiting a series of unique objects – Foil Objects

Contemporary Lithuanian designer Vilius Dringelis and his design house brand “Dringelis” will exhibit a series of unique objects – “Foil Objects”. These are futuristic design objects based on innovative digital technologies and a deep knowledge of craft.

Rytis Zaveckis’ uniquely shaped chandelier

Rytis Zaveckas, a designer who creates non-standard furniture, will present a uniquely shaped chandelier – a conceptual home interior element inspired by the film “The Hunt for Red October”. Based on the story of the captain, the 1.4 metre long and 23 centimetres high chandelier resembles a submarine in shape.

Graphic and product designer Milena Liutkutė-Grigaitienė, in collaboration with interior designers and manufacturers, created functional interior objects. The blue-hued interior elements will fill your home with harmony.

Handmade works by Rūta Būtėnaitė

Designer Rūta Būtėnaitė will showcase her original handmade creations: rugs and chandeliers woven from natural fibres, inspiring the spirit of home. By combining different pieces, you can create a seamless interior.

„Yasiulis design production“

Yasiulis design production founder designer Tomas Yasiulis will demonstrate the perfect solution to creatively improve the acoustic qualities of a room in a private or commercial space. It is a minimalist geometric painting made of a laminated particleboard frame, stone wool, diffusion film, woven fabric, Valchromat panel slats and frame.

„Pronto Vision“

Billiards will present the Pronto Vision – a vision of the future, symbolised by a billiard-workshop or a billiard-south table. The table, made of an original wood and metal construction, is easy to incorporate into a private home or work environment. It helps to maintain the integrity of the interior.




For home comfort and convenience


The ever-renewing company EtnoDesign will present two collections of wooden chandeliers. The first collection features openwork shades with soft, diffused light, decorated with ornaments and modern interpretations of ethnic patterns. The second collection features minimalist shades with laconic shapes, subtle wood colours and expressive textures.

„Ąžuolo gilė“

Oak Acorn is a coffee and coffee table in an expressive minimalist style. “The Acorn range is distinguished by its clean lines, lightweight shape and unique table tops. It is a durable product for customers who appreciate exceptional design and quality.


Designer Lina Laukė will be presenting the table lamp “Paukštė”. It is a carefully handcrafted natural oak table lamp with a cozy and warm LED bubble light. This chandelier is a beautiful interior design piece – a piece of nature with sustainability, strength and durability.


KiTAIP with designer Agne Balke will showcase KnoTie – decorative furniture with cords. Made of painted perforated metal with holes, KnotiTie is an educational-creative piece of furniture that can be enjoyed by children and adults alike, using cords to create a variety of patterns and colour combinations.


INDI, the brand for sustainable, circular design, will be exhibiting the “Cloud” luminaire. It is a luminaire with plastic lines and soft volumes, created using INDI’s unique recycled paper technology. A piece of the sky in the interior symbolically represents the cycle of the journey of thoughts – an idea embodied in paper. This paper is then used to create a cloud-shaped light device. The project is funded by the Lithuanian Council for Culture.


Kopar will present visitors with products of exceptional quality, unique design and traditional technology, from handles to dining tables. By combining innovative and centuries-old metal surface technologies, the masters of science and design create one-of-a-kind, timeless pieces.

„Roll 190“

“Pušku pušku”, the largest manufacturer of seat cushions in Northern Europe, will be presenting its most popular seat cushion models and this year’s new product. “Roll 190 is the largest seating area, almost 2 metres in diameter, and is made of the super-soft, cosy and ultra-soft Poodle fabric.

„EASE. My home style“

“EASE. My Home Style” will exhibit high-quality, stylish furniture made of natural wood. The furniture showroom will offer a wide range of upholstered furniture reflecting the latest trends.





Curator of the exposition: interior designer Vytautas Gurevičius, editor-in-chief of “Centras” magazine

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