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Filuren 565

Design: Jenny Fingal & Eva-Johanna Isestig

The furniture family that includes the sofa DU & Jag and Filuren is a modern range in which diversity, norm creativity and sustainability are integral parts. The various family members differ in shape and form but still have a lot in common. They are all non-toxic, playful, tactile, functional and designed based on children’s needs and the reality of the care environment. The family can grow and everyone is invited, but two also make a whole family.

Play and imagination are important tools for children when learning and developing new skills. Similarly, physical activity is essential for children’s well-being and to help counteract mental illness. Aware of these facts, Filuren offers fantasy play and physical activity by being a natural part of the interior design in waiting rooms, but works equally well in libraries, preschools or similar public spaces designated for children.

In addition to offering a playful seat, Filuren provides room for storage and expresses thereby the great value and importance of play and toys, especially in a sensitive care situation. Here you can store picture books and various small toys.

Filuren primarily targets children aged 1-4 years. The furniture is safety tested and stable enough for an adult to sit on or for supporting a small child taking its first steps.The ”textile ears” are made from leftover fabrics from our production of, among other items, DU & Jag.


  • Inclucive storage unit and stool for children
  • Can be furnished in many different rooms
  • Easy to carry
  • The textile-ears ar made from left over fabrics
  • Tested as storage unit, stool and toy

NCS colour code of your choice is available for this product



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Jenny Fingal & Eva-Johanna Isestig


Jenny is furniture designer, educated at Danmarks Designskole in Copenhagen. Born 1981 in Borås but now living on the west coast with studio and workshop in Marstrand. Jenny also runs her own brand Taste for Waste, a collaboration with a jewelry artist and female craftsman in Kenya.
Eva-Johanna Isestig is interior designer and children’s culture designer, educated at HDK, Gothenburg and COFA, Sidney.
Eva-Johanna was born in 1981 in Jämtland. With a unique design method, she creates cultural and health environments for and together with children and young people, from Malmö in the south to Kiruna in the north. In the workNya Drottning Silvias child- and youth hospital in Gothenburg, the idea of ​​an exploratory project on children’s own care furniture was formed.
Jenny and Eva-Johanna have run the project “”Den som väntar… VADÅ VÄNTA!?” for three years. Together with over a hundred children and young people aged 4-19 and participating actors such as NC Nordic Care and Västra Götaland, we have investigated how the waiting room is best designed. The sofa Du & Jag are a small part of the result and a puzzle to create a safe, accessible, fun, interesting and meaningful waiting in the health environment – under the conditions of children.

Fingal Isestig formgivare

Fingal Isestig formgivare

For NC Jenny Fingal & Eva-Johanna Isestig has designed the sofa bench DU & JAG

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