113 produktdesigner Bålsta
- Saltsjö-BooStockholms län132 37
For more than 25 years I have been working in Swedish film business with Production design. Since 15 years I also design products after graduating from Beckmans School of Design 1998.
- StockholmStockholms län114 59
Mateus offers you the best of two worlds. Portugal, where the ceramics have a deep rooted and time - honoured place in the culture, and Sweden, where the interest for fashion and design is widespread. An ideal combination. Mateus ceramics offers you modern Swedish design that is strongly influenced by the world of fashion. We constantly feature new and exciting colours, shapes and patterns. Our products are handmade and handpainted by experienced artisans in Portugal. As a result, each individual piece is unique. Ceramic ware is made from clay, a living natural material that requires a little extra care. Our products are treated to be as moisture repellant as possible. However, since ceramic ware is porous we can not guarantee that our products are 100% waterproof. We therefore recommend that you do not place our products, especially jugs and mugs, directly on surfaces that are sensitive to moisture. All pieces meet the most stringent international requirements for lead and cadmium tests. Most of them can also be used in microwave ovens, with one important exception: The Shining Collection. The articles in The Shining Collection in gold and platinum must never be placed in a microwave oven because they are painted with gold and platinum paint, metal is always unsuitable in any microwave oven. All our products are dishwasher proof. Set your table with passion and let your parties and dinners reflect your love of life!
- UppsalaUppsala län75325
Grafiska mönster för det stilrena hemmet. Här hittar du stilrena unika inredningsprodukter designade av Elin Wesslund. Samtliga produkter är producerade i Sverige. Många av produkterna är svartvita och väldigt grafiska, något som vi tror står sig bra i tiden. Svartvita kombinationer kan väl aldrig bli omodernt? Vi hoppas att produkterna kan inspirera och få bli en del av just ditt hem.
- StockholmStockholms län116 25
Monica Förster creator of some of the most internationally renowned objects in contemporary Swedish design today, grew up close to the Artic circle in the very north of Sweden. Her work is characterized by a strong sense of pure form mixed with a neverending curiosity for new materials and technology. Always trying to work in a cross-disciplinary way, she invents and renews typologies in industrial, furniture and object design. Monica Förster, who is one of the top names within Swedish design, has created some of the future´s classic designs. Monica Förster Design Studio is based in Stockholm, and works on an international level with companies such as Alessi, Bernhardt, Cappellini, De Padova, Offecct, Swedese, Poltrona Frau, Tecno, Volvo CE and Whirlpool. She has won numerous Swedish and international awards such as Designer of the Year and has been exhibited all over the world in museums and institutions such as Moma NY and V&A museum, London. Monica Förster has also been represented in the International Design Yearbook.
- Telefonplan Studios , LM Ericssons väg 14 HägerstenStockholms län12626
Play, illusion and the unexpected is words that often guides and inspires. Studio Malin Lundmark is as design studio founded in Stockholm 2006. They design functional products for domestic and public environments, art for public space, as well as interior design for private homes. One of the characteristicts of their work is their synthesis or poetry, playfulness, frequently inspired by the needs and demands of everyday life.
- Stockholm100 00
Hallén Design is a Stockholm based design studio working mainly with product design, but also with graphic and interaction design. Our goal is to create commercially successful products through strategic product development. Optimized production and marketing adaptation comes naturally for us at the same time as the product shall be attractive for the end consumer with its design. The creativity and skills in our problem solving are based on experiences from a wide range of projects and industries. This has also helped us to build a network containing specialists within the product development phase.
- StockholmStockholms län116 37
Siluett Frost is a Swedish Design Studio that creates unique design products made in Sweden. Our ambition is to combine decoration and function for inspired everyday living! Siluett Frost was founded by designer Johanna Lindgren Örn. Johanna received an MFA from Konstfack, studied at HDK and Design Academy Eindhoven in Holland and since 2003 she is working as a freelance textile- and productdesigner.
- StockholmStockholms län114 41
Quality, functionality, beauty and service are the lead words we follow at Bengt Ek Design. 1975 Bengt Ek left his homeland Sweden, moved to the city of Luzern in Switzerland, where he founded Ek International together with his father, the brand now known as Bengt Ek Design. A factory was built and the first product was produced.
- StockholmStockholms län114 38
Egnell Allard är ett Stockholmsbaserat inrednings- och designkontor som startades av Johanna Egnell och Helena Allard 2000. Vi är medlemmar i Sveriges arkitekter och både är utbildade på Beckmans School of Design. Johanna har ett förflutet som filmscenograf och Helena inom mode. Vi har över 14 års erfarenhet av att utveckla konceptuella kontor och restauranger. Vi arbetar även med utställningar, formgivning och scenografi. Egnell Allard är en dynamisk konceptverkstad som är specialiserade på att inte vara specialiserade. Egnell Allard arbetar med att handlägga projekt från tidigt programskede till färdig miljö. Från det konceptuella anslaget till projektledning. Vi skapar unika och spännande lösningar för privata och offentliga uppdrag och erbjuder en rad olika tjänster så som behovsanalys, konceptutformning, uppmätning, uppritning, CAD- och 3D-visualisering, upphandling och projektledning. Vi arbetar gärna i nära dialog med våra uppdragsgivare och tar stor hänsyn till varje projekts speciella krav och behov. Med vår breda erfarenhet av inredning, design och arkitektur har vi väl beprövade processer för de flesta uppdragssammanhang och ett stort kreativt nätverk av utvalda arkitekter, designstrateger och grafiska formgivare. Någon sa om oss att ”vi besitter en järnflit, att vi jobbar och jobbar tills vi hittar den bästa lösningen för kunden.” Det omdömet tycker vi om. Kombinationen av kreativitet och noggrannhet är nämligen viktig för oss – eftersom den är det för våra kunder. Vi är duktiga på att uttrycka lösningen på ett effektivt sätt både i fråga om design och strategi. Egnell Allard ser alltså som sin självklara uppgift att med ett attraktivt formspråk leverera högsta kvalitet och att skapa funktionella miljöer för kunden.
- StockholmStockholms län113 33
STRAIGHT STANDS FOR STRAIGHT LINES AND SIMPLE FUNCTION WITH AN EYE FOR EXCITING FORM AND DIFFERENT SOLUTIONS. STRAIGHTS VISION IS TO CREATE EVERYTHING FROM EVERYDAY OBJECTS, TO FURNITURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN.
- StockholmStockholms län110 00
Julia Gamborg Nielsen has a background in the Arts and creates sculptural one-off furniture collections or commissioned works together with the client. Julia also has products with producers in Italy and creates independent installations, as the collaboration with the Ice Hotel in the north of Sweden. Julia's upbringing in Africa and Asia has influenced her appreciation for organic ornamentation, structures and repetition. She works with artisans craftsmanship where quality, detail, sustainability and material meetings are central.
- StockholmStockholms län11732
Black ink on white paper, sheet after sheet, small, barely visible variations. Matti Klenell reasons with his hand. By nature and from accustomed habit. He explores with his pencil. Researches. His sense of form is exceptional – he can draw a slick line in his sleep. But for him the challenge lies rather in bringing life to his subjects, giving them character and personality. And always within the limits imposed by manufacturing techniques. He claims to welcome the restraints that come with mass production methods, as if no restriction could be narrow enough to devalue his personal idiom. “He is a tender rationalist,” says the gallerist Inger Molin about him. “With a few lines he creates something sensual.” In this respect he resembles craftsmen from former days, from the dawn of industrialism. He understands production processes and the commercial conditions governing them. And he knows how to obtain the richest artistic expression that the situation allows. Matti is a master at linking incompatibles, at deriving beautiful logic from the irrational. And it happens frequently that he finds his inspiration in the manufacturer’s own collection. A classic instance is of course when he took pity on a discarded tool on the shop floor at Örsjö, a lighting company. The result was a stylised mushroom with a white foot and a glaring orange top – a great success for the firm. Regardless of whether it’s an object for mass production or a one-off art item, he approaches the task with the same curiosity. Matti seems equally at home in both situations. Officially he is classed as interior designer, trained at Konstfack (the Swedish School of Arts, Crafts and Design), but over the years he has had a number of one-man exhibitions of his art glassware. It is working within such different fields that helps him maintain his levels of quality and innovation. His experiments in artworks have spawned unconventional design concepts, while the practical demands of industrial production have taught him the importance of self-discipline, of having something emerge from his hands. From that pencil. Mark Isitt Matti Klenell is born 1972. He lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden.
- StockholmStockholms län11820
My name is Therése Hallberg, born and raised in Stockholm. I’m now in my final year of Product & Interior Design at Beckmans College of Design. I see design as a form of communication. I often find myself inspired and driven by observations of human behaviour. We have our five senses readily at ourdisposal but how does society today affect the way we use our senses? Through questioning myself and the way I work, as well as taking in my surroundings, I am driven to create and design. I find design to be a meaningful and satisfying endeavour and as a designer question why things look the way they do and challenge this through new, innovative solutions.