112 produktdesigner Farsta, Stockholms län, Sverige
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One could say that furniture and objects that surrounds us are the props of life. In that case, the surroundings becomes the scene and the reason for the objects is no longer purely functional. It is also about imagination and what scene we want to create. In other words, besides the pure physical function, designed objects also have a mental function. In different regards I am aiming to produce stimulating objects. That may be objects that reminds of another, imaginative, reality or objects that experiments with different expressions. In some cases the design will lean to the functional side and derive from a pure innovative base. In many cases though, you will find a design created with a smile and hopefully it will spread.
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Nyström Persia is a Design Studio that works within a range of design disciplines. Our main fields are Interior, Architecture, Products and Identity Design. We believe than brand strengthening design can be expressed in many ways. Our means are mainly through three dimensional- as well as two dimensional design. Private homes is another large part of what we do. We love to work with our clients and not just for them, meaning that we together develop the goals for our collaboration. To begin with it’s all about finding the right questions. Once that is done, the inspiring process off reaching our goals can begin. Welcome to Nyström Persia. CHRISTIAN PERSIA The other founder also has a history of furniture carpentry. Christian worked a lot with branding, for example, eight years at Scanidnavian Airlines, where he both worked with conventional branding and branding by interior design. Design is about finding core qualities that are worth building on to. It’s about the right questions and the processing of the answers you get from them. And after that, you as a team start walking towards these set goals. Design decisions need to be made with confidence, this requires a charismatic skill, highly present in Christians work. DANIEL NYSTRÖM One of the two company founders has his roots in the world of art, plus the very practical knowhow that comes from furniture carpentry. Understanding customers' goals is a two sided activity. It is both based on measurable criteria, such as measurements, time frame & economy, but when it comes to the subtle knowledge that fits in between all the hard facts, Daniels has a great ability. The nine years he spent as founder and executive director for a company within interior details, producing designs in cast iron and stone, also brings valuable experience to Nystrom Persia. When it comes to the more hands-on, Daniels sense for materials and how they meet is worth pointing out.
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Folkform Most designers turn their nose up at chipboard, synthetic leather and fake marble. But Stockholm-based industrial design duo FOLKFORM like to challenge our pre-conceptions of what we consider valuable. Their Bench in Three Types of Leather is a patchwork of real and faux, but you wouldn’t know to look at it. Their Marble Cabinet is a collage of doors combining Carrara marble with a laminate look-a-like more commonly used to make kitchen worktops; nearly everyone who sees the piece thinks the fake slabs are the genuine. “We’re interested in the hierarchies that we bestow on materials,” says Anna Holmquist, who co-founded the studio with Chandra Ahlsell in 2005 after meeting at Konstfack College of Art, Craft and Design in Stockholm. To build a product, Anna and Chandra work very closely with manufacturing processes. Their Masonite boards, for example, see them invade the chipboard production line to add an element of the hand. They scatter organic matter onto the wet composite boards, so once pressed, a series of “quick fossils” are formed. The result is a series of mass produced one-offs that see value bestowed on the cheapest wood going. Mass customisation is a goal being pursued by many digital designers, but Folkform’s more craft-based approach demonstrates that we don’t need the latest technology to achieve this; in fact it is their primitive approach that gives their work its charm.
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AMEH startades av Emma Nilsson under hennes studier på Konstfack i Stockholm. Hon skapade den första kollektionen "Va fan kollektion" som är en hyllning till vårt behov av kändisar. Hon tog in Andréa Eriksson Nikolic för att ta fram en grafisk profil och förpackningsdesign.
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Jag heter Malin. Jag älskar att skapa och nu vill jag dela med mig till dig! Det blir så mycket roligare att skapa om man får dela det med andra. Jag älskar att hitta nya tekniker och letar ständigt efter ny inspiration för produkter till det kreativa hemmet. Väggdekorer, prints, brickor och smycken är exempel på vad du kan hitta i min webshop! Jag utformar allt med stort engagemang och kärlek. Välkommen att följa mig på instagram för inspiration och nyheter. @created_by_malin Kontakta mig på firstname.lastname@example.org
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TAF is a Stockholm based design and architecture studio founded by Gabriella Gustafson and Mattias Ståhlbom. Since its foundation in 2002, it has achieved international acclaim with a portfolio of work spanning touring exhibitions, interior design and a number of commercially successful products for different prestigious manufacturers. The studio has been exhibited at MoMa and its designs are now part of the permanent collections of Nationalmuseum in Stockholm and the Danish Design Museum in Copenhagen. TAF‘s studio on Södermalm is located in a converted bakery that used to serve the neighbourhood. There is a nice twist to this, as TAF aims to fulfil a similar function as the bakery through its design — one where design isn't seen as superfluous but integrated into society on all levels, like the daily loaf of bread. From this hotbed of the everyday, TAF creates products of extraordinary quality. Through a process of careful investigation of materials and construction techniques and a healthy dose of discussion, the finished product is often both humorous and thought provoking; pendant lamps inspired by rubber bands and soda cans; tables made from oversized ice cream sticks; a doctor's surgery inspired by plasters; or a sculptural staircase built from cheap off cuts of kitchen worktops. The process of tweaking readily available materials and using them in new and innovative ways demonstrates TAF’s preoccupation with context and origin. The references are never overtly obvious, but once you know that plundering the landscape of mass produced consumables is part of TAF’s process, it’s impossible to look at one of its products without thinking: “Where have I seen this before?” The chances are you‘ll never know. —Johanna Agerman Ross, April 2012
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Mikael Axelsson has studied design in Stockholm, Barcelona and Wellington and is also a trained mechanical engineer. The last two educations where conducted at reputed Massey University College of Creative Arts and Beckmans College of Design. Directly after graduating from Beckmans he was awarded the Ann Walls scholarship from Svenskt Tenn, Ikea scholarship and was part of the Ung Svensk Form exhibition. His work has been exhibited in London (Designersblock), New York (Mercer Street 17), Stockholm (So Stockholm Gallery), Malmö (Form/Design Center), Hamburg (Völkerkundemuseum) Moscow, Berlin amongst other. - Objects are interesting when; function, construction and aesthetics coexist and strengthen each other. These objects are often pure and obvious without any unnecessary material and form additions.
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ASSHOFF & BROGÅRD is a freelance, Stockholm based design studio focused on functional products that tell a story and creates a poetic and dramatic everyday scenery. A shared interest in construction and magic brings life to their works. JOHANNA ASSHOFF AND HANNA BROGÅRD met while they undertook their Bachelor in furniture and product design at Malmstens, Stockholm. Both are originally trained cabinet makers and has performed prize winning design and exhibitions together. ASSHOFF & BROGÅRD work with clients as IKEA, Klong, Maze Int, Casamania, Normann Copenhagen and GROK/Leds-C4.
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The little shop on Norrtullsgatan 3 in Stockholm is a haven for creativity and design. If you’re lucky you’ll catch both Bengt and Lotta in there at the same time; the couple that met at the University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm and who have enriched the world with their playful designs ever since. Bengt Lindberg and Lotta Glave were a couple already at university, studying graphic art and illustration. After graduating, Lotta got a job at one of Sweden’s main newspapers, Dagens Nyheter and Bengt at an ad agency that turned out to be a pretty boring job. Neither of them could resist the flow of creative ideas that kept coming. For Bengt, it all started with a cow, which became a cast iron candleholder. The cow was soon accompanied by a sheep, a horse and an elk, all produced in Småland, Bengt’s home county. Bengt made sure to launch them in all the right stores and as for the elk, it coincided with the enormous interest in elks from German tourists who would even steal the road signs of elks when visiting Sweden! The four classics are still in production and have spread all over the globe, from Sweden and Germany to the US and Japan. But it didn’t stop there; the animals soon also populated printed fabrics, blankets and notebooks. Today, the couples creations are represented at Nordiska Muséet in Stockholm, Kulturen in Lund and at Växjö Glass Museum. And if you visit their little store in Stockholm you will find them surrounded by hundreds of other items; trays, lamps, furniture, porcelain, serviettes – as well as thousands of ideas that haven’t materialised – yet.
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Hello! STUDIO LJUNG & LJUNG is a newly founded design duo with lots of energy and lots of experience. The studio was founded in 2012 by architect Martin Hedenström Ljung and designer Greta Ljung. We have a long experience of collaborating with artists, designers and working in large offices. From this we have learnt a lot. What to go for and what to avoid, but foremost it has given us the chance to start our own studio. We still like to work together with others, but we love our new studio. Art, design and architecture are complex matters. There are no simple solutions and methods. We like to twist and turn the assignment into something with meaning. This can be an interesting story, a new material, a new function, a possibility for a family to grow and hopefully in all cases a start of a new friendship. We believe that design is a way to bring people together and improve life. Yeah, also saving the planet. We see each new project as a way of broaden our minds. We are positive and naïve but with responsibility and structure to handle and carry out both small scale and large projects for private as well as commercial clients. Our core is creativity. The outcome can be a book, packaging, a product, a piece of furniture, a workshop, a new home or an exhibition. We like to find solution behind the obvious and we like to seek out new routes and methods. For us the project does not end with delivering the drawings or images, this is only the start of something that we will keep our eyes and minds on for a very long time.