SalongsgatanPhoto: Mathilda Werngren

SalongsgatanPhoto: Mathilda Werngren

SalongsgatanPhoto: Mathilda Werngren

In the heart of Bo01, Västra Hamnen in Malmö, we took on the challenge of transforming Packhus 1 on Salongsgatan into an updated, timeless, and somewhat more playful version of itself. The project involved a complete redesign of the interior of the building constructed in 2001, aiming to create a welcoming and functional environment that respects its original character while introducing innovative design elements.Through close collaboration with the client and with great attention to detail, a unique concept was developed that combines traditional materials with contemporary design. Every choice, from color schemes to furnishing, was made with precision to ensure a harmonious balance between the old and the new.Salongsgatan now stands as an example of how to merge the charm of the past with contemporary design, creating an inspiring environment for both visitors and residents. The project showcases our studio’s ability to look beyond the obvious and deliver solutions that not only appeal to the eye but also enrich the daily lives of its users.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Old news – Plate No 1 for Alwares.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Artefact No 2 and Artefact No 4 blend timeless design with a twist of playfulness, crafted to elevate the narrative of space through meticulous attention to detail, unveiling the essence of minimalism and functionality.Read more about the artefacts: @viktorerlandsson.artefacts Photo: Mathilda Werngren Styling: Cecilia Tivar

Old news – Plate No 1 for Alwares and Krås carafe for Designtorget.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Caught in a moment of urban sophistication, our computer bag for Ceannis is designed to be a combination of practicality and modern minimalism.

Decade No 2, from our collection commemorating Stoddard’s 50th anniversary, captures the essence of the iconic 80s runners. It’s one of five designs, with each carpet celebrating a decade of Stoddard’s rich history.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Each corner of Salongsgatan is curated to highlight the interplay of textures, ensuring every detail adds to the ambience.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Plate No 1, crafted for Alwares, elevates the art of serving. Designed to cradle oysters in an embrace of elegance, it transforms every meal into a celebration of the sea’s bounty, turning your table into a tableau of culinary delight.Photo: Mathilda Werngren Styling: Cecilia Tivar

Seizing motion, embracing change. Our ’Format’ collection for Ceannis encapsulates the essence of modern movement—crafted for the urban nomad whose life is a canvas of intersecting paths. These bags aren’t just accessories; they are companions for the fluidity of contemporary life, for those who carry their worlds with them.

Introducing Artefact No 3 in new hues — the latest evolution within the Artefacts collection.

We let the light filter through the gateway of glas blocks to soften the line between spaces at the master bedroom of Salongsgatan.

In the heart of Salongsgatan lies a room designed not just to connect spaces, but to pause time. The darker palette embraces the flow of natural light from the connecting winter garden.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

At the top of Salongsgatan lies the master bedroom, a haven of serenity despite its vibrant palette. Soft pinks and soothing greens converge, crafting a tranquil space that’s as colorful as it is calming.

Introducing Artefact No 3 in new hues — the latest evolution within the Artefacts collection.

Introducing Artefact No 3 in new hues — the latest evolution within the Artefacts collection.

At Sjögård, framed memories are set against a rich, dark backdrop, accentuating the contrasts and underscoring the historical charm.

The small but heavy Artefact No 4.Read more: @viktorerlandsson.artefactsPhoto: Mathilda Werngren Styling: Cecilia Tivar

Salongsgatan, built in 2001 in Malmö, received a color update based on the original Falu red to a range of soft pinks. This, combined with dark, sober hues, bridges past inspiration with contemporary vibrancy.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Artefact No 3 portrayed by Pelle Lannefors

The interior of Säflacka is a blend of details from the 1820s with contemporary additions from the 2020s. While the extension features a more minimalistic style compared to the rest of the house, it still retains subtle original details.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Norban’s headquarters in Malmö, where real estate meets innovation. The interior is a combination of vivid, playful colours and muted, graphic aesthetics to create a dynamic workspace that reflects both energy and focus.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Plate No 1 and No 6 for AlwaresPart of The Plates Series – a symphony of culinary artistry, redefining the way we serve and experience food. Each piece in this collection is a masterpiece of design, meticulously crafted to elevate your dining experience.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Signe is a modern reinterpretation of the classic butter knife holder known as a ’butter dachshund’ in Sweden.Inspiration for Signe came from two significant sources. Firstly, Viktor’s real dachshund, aptly named Signe, and secondly, his grandmother, also named Signe. A kitchen maestro, his grandma always had the iconic butter dachshund on the table.Produced by the Swedish brand Klong.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Artefact No 3 is one of the original pieces from our Artefacts collection launched 2020. It’s more than just a vase, it embodies both functional elegance and sculptural artistry, boasting an organic silhouette and a subtly bold formation.Mouth blown by Kristin Larsson in Gustavsberg.

Chest No 1 for Alwares – Inspired by the historic hope chest, this contemporary piece is a versatile addition to your space. It’s a small yet elegant block, a seamless blend of tradition and modern functionality.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Chest No 1 for Alwares

Chest No 1 for Alwares

We always strive to create objects where the mundane becomes extraordinary, where intentional design invites rediscovery of the philosophy in the objects around us.Chest No 1, designed for Alwares, is just that – an experience and an expression of deliberate living, an object to pass on through generations.

Welcome to our showroom at Västmannagatan in Stockholm.

Artefact No 2 – Side table combining the materials of black steel and diabase.

Wine Hag – the precursor to Artefact No 10.Designed for the exhibition “Love Icons” curated by Stefan Nilsson, Designgalleriet.

Artefact No 10 and No 14 are carefully crafted at Gustavsberg, mouth-blown by Kristin Larsson.

The dark green panel at Sjögård stands as a timeless backdrop, witnessing the passage of fleeting moments.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Sjögård was all about capturing the delicate dance between fading elegance and enduring beauty.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Nord.One of the carpets created during our collaboration with Stoddard,“Five Days Carpet Challenge”. As the name implies, four carpets were made from first idea to finished products in just five days.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

For us, it is important to respect original details in the projects we work with. At Sjögård, the panel from the 30s has been preserved to become a signature part of the interior.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

For us, it is important to respect original details in the projects we work with. At Sjögård, the panel from the 30s has been preserved to become a signature part of the interior.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Artefact No 4 in our showroom.One solid pillar of stone, with a circle of steel thrust in it and supported with only one leg. This sprouted from the idea of creating an additional piece to the other tables in the collection, with as few parts as possible.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

A blend of timeless craftsmanship and modern design defines the kitchen at Sjögård where custom details seamlessly bridge the gap between eras, resulting in a space that stands as a testament to both history and today’s needs.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

The extended facade of Säflacka covered in weathering steel. A modern addition to the house built 1840.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Elevating apartment structures with colours. Creates a harmonious blend of architecture and hues.

Artefact No 10

Transforming an 1840s house into a modern home while preserving its original interior charm demanded meticulous attention to details, materials, and colors. An exciting challenge to harmonizing past and present.

For us, it is important to respect original details in the projects we work with. At Sjögård, the panel from the 30s has been preserved to become a signature part of the interior.

Artefact No 14

Artefact No 10 + No 14. Inspired by whimsical scenarios where Scandinavian sensibilities intertwine with the vibrancy of the South of Europe, each glass emerges as a love child of styles – a rendezvous between the conventional and the decadent, the Northern and the Southern.

Two days photo shoot with Mathilda Werngren done!

A small mulberry harvest on Artefact No 9.

Artefact No 6A plate inspired by fine dining. Originally designed for our own collection of artefacts. Now a part of The Plates Series by Alwares.

New wallpapers for Photowall. This pattern is called Brigade and is one of four additions to the previous collection Find Me In The Corner.

Kitchen at Sjögård captured by Mathilda Werngren

New wallpapers for Photowall. This pattern is called Pennant and is one of four additions to the previous collection Find Me In The Corner.

New wallpapers for Photowall. This pattern is called Stallion and is one of four additions to the previous collection Find Me In The Corner.
New wallpapers for Photowall. This pattern is called Stallion and is one of four additions to the previous collection Find Me In The Corner.

Behind the scenes with Mathilda Werngren.Making some pictures of our new plates for Alwares that will be launched next week, during Stockholm Creative Edition.

Launching Artefact No 10!More about that later. Let’s have some wine!

Details of green inspired by the surrounding marble.

The bathroom at Sjögård consists of an abundant amount of the beautiful Swedish Brännlyckan marble.Captured by Mathilda Werngren

Making Artefact No 10

Making Artefact No 10

Making Artefact No 10

Making Artefact No 10

Making Artefact No 10

Making Artefact No 10

Making Artefact No 10

Making Artefact No 10

Making Artefact No 10

Viktors apartment, shoot by Mikael Lundblad and styled by Jessica Lagerman for Residence.

Thank you for the nice article! Great pictures by Mikael Lundblad and Jessica Lagerman, and interview by Anders Bergmark.

Still enjoyed by the dinner we hosted, together with Anna Harström, a few weeks ago. Big thanks again to our guests!

For more than five decades, Stoddard has provided both Sweden and Europe with specially adapted carpets. For their 50th anniversary we were asked to design five carpets that symbolise those five decades. No. 1 is inspired by the classic tartan patterns, used in many of Stoddard’s projects during the 70’s.Photo by Mathilda Werngren

Artefact No 2

Artefact No 1

Artefact No 6

Artefact No 5

Artefact No 3

Artefact No 4

The colour itself splits the living room in two different areas.Captured by Mathilda Werngren

The all-yellow passage.Captured by Mathilda Werngren

A glimpse of even more colour.Captured by Mathilda Werngren

The high-gloss lining contours the space.Captured by Mathilda Werngren

We have a spare room at the office that is up for grabs, if anyone need an office space. Available from March. Hit us up if you’re interested!

Peach and coral are used as the recurring theme and can be seen from every room.Captured by Mathilda Werngren

We combined strong, dark and sober colours to create a sober yet playful dynamic.Captured by Mathilda Werngren

The assignment was to transform the apartment so that it would feel like being inside an abstract artwork.

Making an exciting colouring of Sara Garanty's home was a big challenge, given her colorful personality and great knowledge.Captured by Mathilda Werngren

In November we launched three brand new plates to our Artefacts collection, exclusively sold by Alwares.Photo by Mathilda Werngren

Säflacka captured by Mathilda Werngren

Säflacka captured by Mathilda Werngren

Artefact No 7Exclusive for Alwares

Artefact No 8Exclusive for Alwares

Artefact No 9Exclusive for Alwares

Orbis for Klong

Orbis for Klong

Orbis for Klong

Eleven years with Straight.

Eleven years with Straight.

Eleven years with Straight.

Eleven years with Straight.

Eleven years with Straight.

Eleven years with Straight.

Eleven years with Straight.

Eleven years with Straight.

Eleven years with Straight.

Eleven years with Straight.

Eleven years with Straight.

Eleven years with Straight.

The kitchen at Sjögård captured by Mathilda Werngren.

The kitchen at Sjögård captured by Mathilda Werngren.

The heart at Sjögård is the kitchen – home is where the stove is.

New artefacts launched together with Alwares

New artefacts launched together with Alwares

New artefacts launched together with Alwares

New artefacts launched together with Alwares.Photo by Mathilda Werngren

New artefacts launched together with Alwares.Photo by Mathilda Werngren

New artefacts launched together with Alwares.Photo by Mathilda Werngren

The kitchen at Säflacka, beautifully captured by Mathilda Werngren.

The kitchen at Säflacka, beautifully captured by Mathilda Werngren.

The kitchen at Säflacka, beautifully captured by Mathilda Werngren.

Autumn at Sjögård.

Artefact No 3.##talesofartefactno3

Sjögård

Sjögård

Sjögård

Old News.

Old News.

Old News.

Old News.

Old News.

Old News.

Old News.

Old News.

Old News.

Details from Packhus 1.

Site visit in Malmö.

A glimpse of the new Stockholm office for Norban, finished earlier this year.

Love Icons in our window.

A few years ago we were asked to design a classic yet contemporary table top collection for Designtorget. A collection that would last year after year and with potential to expand.The inspiration for our Krås origins back in the 18th century to a true Swedish design icon – The Höganäs pot.

Products and prototypes in our showroom.

View from Sjögård, an ongoing project where we now keep the focus on the kitchen garden.

Hanging at the jetty with our Krås designed for Designtorget.

Prototyping

New project – The renovation of Säflacka Gård is done and captured by Mathilda Werngren.

Orbis in Annis beautiful home in Hong Kong.

Out of office.

Artefact No 5 is a plate inspired by fine dining and the food itself. Balance oysters on the knobs and serve.Hand made by Handcrafted-Stockholm

Orbis

Love Icons – A Not So Straight ExhibitionPresented by Designgalleriet during Stockholm Creative Edition Photography by Mathilda WerngrenLight by Occhio

The exhibition “Love Icons – A Not So Straight Edition” in collaboration with Designgalleriet can be seen in our showroom until May 31.

Love Icons – A Not So Straight Exhibition Presented by Designgalleriet during Stockholm Creative Edition.Photo by Mathilda Werngren

For five decades, Stoddard has provided both Sweden and Europe with specially adapted carpets. For their 50th anniversary we were asked to design five carpets that symbolise those five decades. No. 5 is inspired by the shapes and qualities mostly used in Stoddard’s projects the last decade.Photo by Mathilda Werngren

Site visit at Norban.

Creating new stuff for upcoming exhibition with Designgalleriet.

During the process of designing Stoddards 50 anniversary collection, we listened to lot's of fun anecdotes backed up with several photo albums from their archive that stretches all the way back to the 70's. In this picture Anders Falkman, who founded the company in 1972.

Photoshoot with Mathilda Werngren from the new interior at Säflacka.

The greenhouse at Sjögård is almost done. Kullaro just installed the benches made of Diabase.

Under construction last time visiting. Can’t wait to se the progress today!

In conjunction to Stoddards 50 years anniversary, we were asked to design a jubilee collection. The result is a collection of five rugs inspired by the five decades of craftsmanship and fun anecdotes from the family company’s history.Photographer: Mathilda Werngren

The library at Sjögård captured by Mathilda Werngren.

View from our new project.

New bespoke product for upcoming project.

Happy New Year! 🥳🥂

Viktors home in Stockholm – captured by the great Mikael Lundblad and Jessica Lagerman – featured in Residence Magazine.

Celebrating 10 years with the best people!

Signe stacked!Photo by Mathilda WerngrenStyling by Cecilia Tivar

Artefact No 3.#talesofartefactno3

Two rooms divided visually by just changing the floor made it possible to open up without changing the original floor plan.

Signe x 2Photo: Mathilda WerngrenStyling: Cecilia Tivar

Update from Malmö:The stairs are getting painted in a strong peach colour inspired by Falu red.

Artefact No 4 and No 2 are smaller tables that copies the attributes from Artefact No 1. No 2 is based on the same design just turned upside down and No 4 is an additional piece made with as few parts as possible.

Signe is a modern take on the classic butter knife rest that we in Sweden refer to a butter dachshund. Photo by Mathilda Werngren Styled by Cecilia Tivar

Location Malmö. Working with an amazing project!

Artefact No 1 is the main piece of our independent collection of artefacts. Made of Diabase and steel, every small detail of this dining table is custom made to fulfil our vision of perfection.Manufactured by the talented Jennie and Andreas Kullaro.

Happy to announce the release of Signe. Our butter knife holder produced by Klong.Photo: Mathilda WerngrenStyling: Cecilia Tivar

Tales From the Arctic Zone.Artefact No 3 interpreted by Cecilia Tivar and Mathilda Werngren.#talesofartefactno3

Tales From the Arctic Zone.Artefact No 3 interpreted by Cecilia Tivar and Mathilda Werngren.#talesofartefactno3

Tales From the Arctic Zone.Artefact No 3 interpreted by Cecilia Tivar and Mathilda Werngren. #talesofartefactno3

Sneak peek of our new product for Studio Garanty, directly from Verona.

Artefact No 1.The dining table was originally designed in conjunction with the renovation of Sjögård. It became the start and the first object of our collection of artefacts.Photo by Mathilda Werngren for Hus&Hem

Corten steel on the rebuilt extension at Säflacka Gård.

The new facade, added to the rebuilt extension at Säflacka Gård.

Black bricks.

The coloured evening light transforms the walls at Sjögård.

Evening at Sjögård.

Giving the tour at Sjögård.

Artefact No 2 and 4.Photo: Mathilda WerngrenStyling: Cecilia Tivar

Light through Krås.

Building a greenhouse with black bricks.

Cecilia Tivar and Mathilda Werngren are making some magic with our upcoming product for Klong.

Embrace spring with our crossbody bag from the Format-collection designed for Ceannis.

Favourite spot.

Custom made from the biggest to the smallest detail.

The kitchen at Sjögård captured for Hus&Hem by Mathilda Werngren.

Details in our showroom beautifully captured by Tina Vernon for By Rum.

Artefact No 3 available in three new colours – limited to five of each.Price from 1800 SEK. DM to put your hands on one!

Glass and carafe Krås for Designtorget.Styled by Jessica Lagerman, shot by Mathilda Werngren.

Welcome to our showroom at Västmannagatan in Stockholm.

Väst.Carpet in collaboration with Stoddard.

Happy Friday!Artefact No 3 – soon available in new colours.

Väst.One of the carpets from our challenge inspired by the four Swedish cardinal directions. In collaboration with Stoddard during Stockholm Design Week 2021.

The bigger the better! Portfolio bag Format for Ceannis.

Happy Easter!

A bunch of Swedish Brännlyckan at Sjögård. The marble the merrier!

During Stockholm Design Week we had the opportunity to work with this amazing woman. Together we created four bespoke carpets made out of left over materials from Stoddard’s main production.

Our showroom beautifully captured by Mathilda Werngren.

Öst.From the collection made during Stockholm Design Week in collaboration with Stoddard.

This evening we will announce the winner of our design competition Tulip. Live on Instagram!A project in collaboration with Blomsterfrämjandet and Klong.

Pink meets green at Sjögård.

A scrumptious kohlrabi resting on our Artefact No 1.

She said: More colours!He said: Gray?We pleased them both.

Nord.
One of the carpets created during our collaboration with Stoddard,
“Five Days Carpet Challenge”.

Our pink office featured in Elle Decoration.

Our project at Sjögård is finally out!

A days work done with Stoddard and Mathilda Werngren.

Happy Valentines!

Happy Valentines!

The story about our challenge together with Stoddard already out on Scandinavian MIND.

During Stockholm Design Week we team up with the carpet studio Stoddard and challenge each other to create a new collection of carpets, from idea to finished products, in only five days. Follow the process in our story.

During Stockholm Design Week we team up with the carpet studio Stoddard and challenge each other to create a new collection of carpets, from idea to finished products, in only five days. Follow the process in our story.

During Stockholm Design Week we team up with the carpet studio Stoddard and challenge each other to create a new collection of carpets, from idea to finished products, in only five days. Follow the process in our story.

Colouring by us in the latest issue of Elle Decoration.

Thank you Tove! You are on our favourite list also. 🖤

The more the merrier!

Veer.A flippable vase/bowl collection in collaboration with Handcrafted-Stockholm.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

New colours and shine at our office.Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Tomtebogatan is finally done! Thanks for trusting us to be your Colouring Dictator. 🖤Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Prototyping and simplifying. The naked chair is processed from the outmost simple brief – designing by the book.

Happy to be featured as Designer of the Day by Surface Magazine.

Great friends make a great evening. Thank you! 🖤

Oysters, great stories and desert.Thank you for joining us!

Our vases Veer, a collaboration with Samir Dzabirov, featured in Form Magazine.The story is created by us together with photographer Mathilda Werngren and stylist Camilla Perez.

New details at the office.

Site visit.The private residence we are working on is almost ready for its humans.

Artefact No 1 featured at Sight Unseen.

Don’t invite friends during your renovation. You might end up with a hole in your wall…

The pillars of our new artefact tables are cut out of massive Diabase. Good thing that Kullaro have a proper saw!

As Hanna wrote“.. put it on your best altar and worship its bombastic formation.”That’s also what we did for the launch at TypeO.

Sulking Room Pink in full gloss from Farrow & Ball now on the details in our showroom.

Promoting our collection of bags for Ceannis and hanging out with these babes!

Come and have a look at our collection Format for Ceannis in their pop-up at Åhléns City Stockholm.I will be there on Friday 11 – 13. See you!

Artefacts at the beautiful home of TypeO.

Artefact No 4.

This third table correlates with Artefact No 1 and Artefact No 2, it is small and heavy but still gives the same refined character to its surrounding. One solid pillar of Diabase, with a circle of steel thrust in it and supported with only one leg. This sprouted from the idea of creating an additional piece with as few parts as possible.

Photo: Mathilda Werngren
Styling: Cecilia Tivar

Artefact No 5 and 6.

Bring us some oysters balanced on the convexities of No 5, or go creative with the concavities of No 6.

Photo: Mathilda Werngren
Styling: Cecilia Tivar

View from our launch at TypeO last week.

Thank you everyone who joined our dinner and made our night unforgettable!

This is what’s keep us busy at the moment.

Artefact no 2

This smaller table copies the attributes from the bigger Artefact No 1, based on the same design just turned upside down. Its design also manages to conquer the balance between the pillar of stone and its steel construction, to keep the solid and heavy, yet slim and elegant look.

Artefact no 3

Limited edition of six unique pieces.This item is truly organic in its shape and production. From our former strict and sharp design, glass artist Kristin Larsson blew the shape into form. During the playful process, the object grew into the softer appearance you now see. The result achieved, when transforming a shape from a sharp drawing, with the help of living material, is a unique and handmade collector’s item. An object reminding you of forms and places your mind can escape to, for admiring its beautiful guise and charm. Put a flower in there to bud or put it on your best altar and worship its bombastic formation.

A small step for humanity, a huge step for us. Finally we launched our new collection of self produced artefacts that we’ve been working on for too long.

Together with TypeO we premiered our first six artefacts during an exclusive dinner with some lovely friends. Stay tuned for a closer look!

Photo and styling by the amazing Mathilda Werngren and Cecilia Tivar.

Ready for a dinner.

On Thursday evening we will move in to the house of TypeO to launch our brand new collection. A series of artefacts that are both designed and produced by us. The house will temporarily transform into a dining space for a handful creatives to celebrate our new path. Keep your eyes open to see what’s up.

Old beauty getting a face lift.

Behind the scenes from the photo shoot of our upcoming launch.Working together with photographer Mathilda Werngren and stylist Cecilia Tivar.

Pieces for our new products are coming together in the workshop of Kulllaro.

Workshop visit at Kullaro. Watching our new product getting made.

Were at the workshop with Kristin Larsson a couple of weeks ago working on some new objects that will be launched soon.

Why just use our Krås as either a vase or a carafe when you can use it as both?

Our best combination right now is tulips and milk. What is yours? Go to Designtorget and grab one to try it out.

Photo by Mathilda Werngren

Ongoing colouring of a private apartment in Stockholm.

Guest room in one of our recent interior projects.

Site visit.

Finally we can start to see the result of our work with a private residence that we redesigned and put some colours on.

Prototyping with our new 3D-printer.

More products on its way together with Samir.

New product emerging.

Prototyping with Klong.

Copper + sun at Sjögård.

Sjögård.

Don’t hesitate to visit our showroom at Västmannagatan 47 in Stockholm.

Prototyping with Bedazzled.

Coming this summer.

Poppies dancing in Krås.

Photo by Mathilda Werngren

Krås at Temporärt x Brag.
Glass and carafe designed for Designtorget.

Styled by Fanny Skoglund and Jessica Lagerman.
Photo by Mikael Lundblad.

ELLE Deco Design Awards 2020

Love to see our design on the streets of New York.
Collaboration with Ceannis.

Creating some Christmas feelings.

Hanging out in Istanbul with my new favourite bag, from our new collaboration with Ceannis.

Format Crossbody.

Limited offer for our friends to celebrate the launch, use code FORMAT for 20% off at ceannis.com. Valid until 10th of November.

Keep.
A product from the past.
Additional cabinet in the Keep collection designed together with Andreas Beijer.

Details at Sjögård.

Hostning Kulvinklubben
– Natural wine tasting by Christoffer McKie and Elena Ramirez

Check out the latest article in Plaza Interiör.

Photo: Mikael Lundblad

Temporary pool.

Launching our new collaboration with Ceannis at Formex today.
See you there!

Details at Sjögård.⁠

To celebrate Ceannis 30th anniversary the collection Format is now introduced.
The brand new collaboration between Ceannis and Straight Design Studio was pre-launched at boutique Stockholm in Hong Kong last week.

Format.
We are proud to announce our new collaboration with Ceannis.
The new collection Format is now introduced. A line with urban take on bags, designed to fulfill the needs of today’s modern lifestyle.

Photo: Mathilda Werngren
Model: Anders Lillehagen

Printing campaign for tomorrow’s launch with Ceannis.

Checking out location for tomorrow’s photo shoot, Hong Kong Cultural Centre

Happy Midsummer!⠀

Pile of Shit.⠀
Collaboration with Bedazzled.⠀

Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Keep.⠀
Box made of Carrara marble and birch.⠀

Photoghapher: Mathilda Werngren

Venice.⠀

The world as we know it is slowly vanishing due to climate change. In light of this, we have created a collection of art prints based on some of those places.

Still life from our exhibition at Poggenpohl, Stockholm.⠀

Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Fruity Friday!⠀

Veer – our colaboration with Samir Dzabirov⠀

Photography: Mathilda Werngren

Still life from our most resent exhibition made for Poggenpohl, Stockholm.⠀ Photo: Mathilda Werngren

Details at Sjögård.

Details of our collaboration with Ceannis, soon to be launched.

Easter break at Sjögård.

Artefacts are being made by Kullaro.

Image produced for Illis Art.⁣

This beauty designed by Sofia Almqvist will be launched on Friday. Don’t miss it!⁣

Photographer: Viktor Erlandsson⁣

Krås.⁣
A glass series which embrace the iconic silhouette of a historic container, now with contemporary features, designed to fulfill the needs of today’s modern lifestyle. Such as putting flowers upside down…⁣

Photography: Mathilda Werngren⁣

Creating ceiling details.

Two weeks of launch are soon over.

Thank you Designtorget, all our guests and colleagues! Special thanks to the best Josefine!

Krås.
Proud to present our new products designed for Designtorget.

Photographer: Mathilda Werngren
Stylist: Jessica Lagerman

Image produced for Storängen. ‘Rond’ tables designed by our friends LACC.

Photographer: Mathilda Werngren
Creative director: Straight Design Studio
Florist: Frida Svensson

Soon to be revealed.⁣
Next week we will launch our collaboration with Designtorget.⁣

Making straight lines again.

Details from our project in Skåne.

When the colour expert, Sara Garanty, created her home she asked us to convert the space to graphic design.

Our own pet model in a photoshoot that we did for Rum Design two years ago.

Photographer: Dana Ozollapa

Glazing our new collaboration with Samir Dzabirov.

First photoshoot of the year.

Set design made for Hysteria by Happy Socks F/W 18 Campaign.
Starring products from Crooked Concept.

Photography: Ninja Hanna
Styling: Martina Almqvist
Hair and Make : Jeanette Törnqvist
Set design: Straight

Keep.
Box made of Black Labrador and New Belfast granit.

Photoghapher: Mathilda Werngren

New pictures for new products at Crooked Concept.

Friday at the Skåne project.

Field table in Hysteria by Happy Socks F/W 18 Campaign.

Photography: Ninja Hanna
Styling: Martina Almqvist
Hair and Make: Jeanette Törnqvist
Set design: Straight

 

Monday delivery… Hello Orbis!

Skåne project.

 

Stain.
The idea of the coasters is based on unwanted stains. Instead of trying to avoid spots, we chose to let the stains become a part of the product and create its character as it is used.

Photo by Mathilda Werngren

 

Sketch.

Meet our ’Piles of Shit’ at the Swedish exhibition, Hemma – Stories of Home⠀
Via Eugenio Balzan 4, Milano⠀
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As the result of a collaboration between Straight and the jewelery brand Bedazzled, Pile of Shit was created. A collection of table top products that is supposed to evoke desire and curiosity. The products lack a certain application and creates through its contrasts between melted raw and polished machined brass, a chaotic yet highly stylish feel.

’Pile of Shit’ went to Milan. We didn’t.

Soon to be revealed.

Crate.
One of the pieces from the storage collection made of classic perforated clover plate and plexi.

A barrier that allows some insight into something that can be felt sometimes exclusive, sometimes banal. The decision to hide specific things never need to be taken or not taken, but instead they take the place they deserve.

One of the “Pile of Shit”-pieces.⠀
A collaboration between Straight and the amazing Bedazzled resulted in a series of brass objects for the table.⠀

Happy Stockholm Design Week from the Straight team.⠀👋

Beatrice Nilsson, Viktor Erlandsson and Signe

Orb.⠀
Perfect spot for popcorn.⠀

#fredagsmys

One of the “Field”-pieces.⠀
A small collection of stone tables designed with simplicity and curiosity.

 

Counting down the days to Stockholm Design Week and this year’s Crooked Concept exhibition that we’re curating. Welcome to join the party at Bar 101, Scandic Anglais.
Thursday February 8, 18–24

Keep.⠀
Box made of Brännlyckan marble and birch.

Pile of Shit.⠀
Collaboration with Bedazzled.

Pile of Shit.⠀
Collaboration with Bedazzled.

Block.⠀
Cushion cover with a pattern specially designed for suite 809 at Scandic Anglais.

Room809.⠀
In August 2016 room 809, at Scandic Anglais in Stockholm, changed clothes. With a focus on routines and in an explosion of colours and patterns.⠀

The inspiration comes from Colour Field Painting, a style of abstract expressionist painting characterised by its large blocks of solid colours. This style was created in a new modern way through a pattern that became specially designed products. The wallpaper, tables, carpet, curtains and other textiles both contain and got its shape from this pattern.⠀

The project ”Room809” was created as a collaboration with interior stylist Sara Garanty.

Sketch.

Field.⠀
A small collection of stone tables designed with simplicity and curiosity. The top of this piece varies in hight depending on how many magazines that are stacked in it.⠀

Photographer: Dana Ozollapa for Rum Design

Inspiration.

Crate.⠀
One of the pieces from the storage collection made of classic perforated clover plate and plexi.⠀

A barrier that allows some insight into something that can be felt sometimes exclusive, sometimes banal. The decision to hide specific things never need to be taken or not taken, but instead they take the place they deserve.

Crate.⠀
A barrier that allows some insight into something that can be felt sometimes exclusive, sometimes banal. The decision to hide specific things never need to be taken or not taken, but instead they take the place they deserve.⠀

Photographer: Matilda Lahall⠀
Model: Theodor Öhrn⠀
Stylist: Love Ohlin⠀

 

Orb.⠀
The new small version of the vase, proudced by Klong.

Orb.⠀
The new big version of the vase, proudced by Klong.

Working view.

Stripped Shapes.⠀
Beauty and meaning often consist of what we consider to be pure, found in authentic,simple, unique and organic forms. We can find courage in the naked and natural state, where everything nonessential is peeled off. These are the ambitions and beliefs we seek to work towards and achieve at Straight.⠀

Photographer: Matilda Lahall⠀
Model: Theodor Öhrn⠀
Stylist: Love Ohlin

 

One of the “Pile of Shit”-pieces.⠀
A collaboration between Straight and Bedazzled resulted in a series of brass objects for the table.⠀

 

Keep.⠀
With its combination of dainty and heavy materials, we had the ambition to develop a product that questions the practical storage. Is it possible to chance the value of a object by the way it is stored?

Sketch.

Crate.⠀
Storage collection made of classic perforated clover plate and plexi.⠀

A barrier that allows some insight into something that can be felt sometimes exclusive, sometimes banal. The decision to hide specific things never need to be taken or not taken, but instead they take the place they deserve.

Keep.
Box made of Blue Labrador granit and Diabase.

Modelling.

 

Pile of Shit.⠀
Collaboration with Bedazzled.

Orb.⠀
The vase, proudced by Klong, that is made from the inspiration of a wild flower and its fragility.⠀

Photographer: Mathilda Werngren

 

Block.⠀⠀
Silk scarf with a pattern specially designed for suite 809 at Scandic Anglais.

 

Monday.

Picture created for Rum Design.

One of the “Pile of Shit”-pieces from our collaboration with Bedazzled. Here Together with Daniel Svahn’s genius Castor.

Thursday.

Line.⠀
One simple line makes one simple function.

Long day of HYSTERIA!

Block.⠀
Silk kimono with a pattern specially designed for suite 809 at Scandic Anglais.⠀

Photographer: Lisa Ekelund⠀
Model: Malin Karlsson⠀
Make up: Hanna Lindblom

Thursday.

 

Tuesday.

Working view from Downtown Camper.

New Orb.⠀
A development of the Orb now with a new finnish and added features. Its possible remove the centered cylinder and turn the dome around so that it also can be used as a bowl, perfect for popcorn or a fish.⠀ Photography by Mathilda Werngren

Meet the new Orb.⠀

 

Field table and Block wallpaper and carpet. Everything specially designed for the suite 809 at Hotel Scandic Anglais.

 

Monday.

Pile of Shit.⠀
As the result of a collaboration between Straight and the jewelery brand Bedazzled, Pile of Shit was created. A collection of table top products that is supposed to evoke desire and curiosity. The products lack a certain application and creates through its contrasts between melted raw and polished machined brass, a chaotic yet highly stylish feel.⠀

Photo by Dana Ozollapa for Rum Design.⠀

Pre-fair

New coating – soon!

Arting or prototyping. It’s sometimes hard to tell…

 

Working with Jenny to get all done for tomorrow’s great opening at Anglais Terrassen!

 

New products, new pictures.

Our old Tray for Cult

‘Pile of Shit’ is a collaboration between Straight and Bedazzled. Hera in our showroom and Crooked Concept Store. Together with some other goodies by Daniel Svahn, Joar Torbiörnsson and Bedazzled.

 

‘Keep’ box made of Brännlyckan marble and birch.⠀

Photographer: Mathilda Werngren⠀

Sidetable ‘Line’ and piece from big ‘Orb’.⠀

Model: Theodor Öhrn⠀
Photographer: Matilda Lahall⠀
Stylist: Love Ohlin⠀
Concept: Straight

Piece from big ‘Orb’ for Klong.

Model: Theodor Öhrn
Photographer: Matilda Lahall
Stylist: Love Ohlin
Concept: Straight

 

Cabinet ‘Crate’⠀

Model: Theodor Öhrn⠀
Photographer: Matilda Lahall⠀
Stylist: Love Ohlin⠀
Concept: Straight⠀

 

‘Keep’ box⠀

Model: Theodor Öhrn⠀
Photographer: Matilda Lahall⠀
Stylist: Love Ohlin⠀
Concept: Straight⠀

 

Piece from small ‘Orb’ for Klong.⠀

Model: Theodor Öhrn⠀
Photographer: Matilda Lahall⠀
Stylist: Love Ohlin⠀
Concept: Straight⠀

 

Table ‘Field’ manufactured by AR Granit.⠀

Model: Theodor Öhrn⠀
Photographer: Matilda Lahall⠀
Stylist: Love Ohlin⠀
Concept: Straight⠀

 

Eight pages of “Stripped Shapes” in Grand Relations Review.⠀

Model: Theodor Öhrn⠀
Photographer: Matilda Lahall⠀
Stylist: Love Ohlin⠀
Concept: Straight⠀

 

Field in the latest issue of Residence Magazine.⠀
Styled by great Cecilia Tivar.⠀

 

One of the “Pile of Shit”-pieces.⠀
A collaboration between Straight and Bedazzled that resulted in a series of brass objects for the table.⠀

Photoshoot for Crooked Concept.

Preparing next weeks Crooked Concept show.

 

The magazine/stone table, Field.
Shot by amazing Dana Ozollapa exclusively for Rum Design.

 

Finally printed!
Grand Relations Review with Straight as Creative and Art Director.

 

Back at the office!

More plants for Crooked Concept!

Working in the photo studio with Dana Ozollapa.

 

Happy December!

 

Our working space for the next two weeks. So long Stockholm, hello Skåne!

 

Winter is coming to Stockholm and erase the colours. Kinda like it…

Time for photoshoot again.

The creative Friday mood is boosted by new inspiring project together with Grand Relations!

New article about the concept room we did together with Sara Garanty for Hotel Scandic Anglais.

 

Filling up the Field table!

 

Monday mood on our Stain coasters.

Playing with colours.

Our shop and showroom, @crookedconcept one of ELLE Decorations favourite design shops in Stockholm.

Our office dog is back!
Go Signe!

Residence has chosen their green favourites, one of our new tables Field is one of them.

 

Waiting for the coffee…..

We had a good time.

Fascinated by black and white.

Orb in the Swedish Design Pavilion at Super Brands London.

Great shapes, straight enough!

 

Leaving for London.

Hard working intern!

 

New shapes.

Empty at the office without Pelle! Good luck in Paris!

Last week, in Rum809, we launched our new table collection Field. A collaboration with AR Granit.

Stefan jumping classic!

Thank you all who joined us yesterday in “Rum809” and made the evening even more colourful!

 

Putting some paint on.

Picking up some living props for Rum809.

Photoshoot with Mathilda Werngren and Sara Garanty.

 

Still at the office, preparing next weeks launch. New clothes for room 809 at Scandic Anglais.

Trying out some patterns.

Late night work with street light company.

Picking up material for a new Project.

Prototyping

Just begun a new collaboration with our dazzling friend Bedazzled!

Happy Pride!

 

Caotic sketching

Taking shape.

Parts.

 

New fabric for upcoming project.

 

Vacation work.

 

Orb also love the sunlight!

 

 

Article in Rum Hemma about our newly opened store Crooked Concept.

 

Crate in its best mood, as a display. This time for the Revisit bowls by Marie Lindblad for Crooked Concept.

Playing with plexi and shadows in the spring sun.

 

Crooked Concept Store are now open at Västmannagatan 47, Stockholm.

www.crookedconcept.com

 

Crooked Concept Store open soon!

 

Spring is here!

Reinsta @gronaporten

 

KEEP!

 

 

Getting there…

 

Miniature jungle with the steel Orb prototype.

 

Tonight the Guldtuben gala will take place. We will be there to see the statuette, designed by Straight, be received by the talented winners.

 

 

Late night work.

Brighter times, darker walls.

Moved in at the new office. Business is on again.

Back, playing with the laser cutter again and did some invitations.

Just received the key to our new office!

Doing some still life at the office.

Picture from mom.

Photoshoot with new products for Crooked Concept.

Crooked Concept, listed as one of the best things during Stockholm Design Week in SvD, Perfect Guide by Stefan Nilsson.

Carte with Orb prototypes.

Noon reading, found ORB in the latest issue of Sköna Hem.

Just arrived to the south for some “post design week rehab”.

Looking down on the Crooked Concept exhibition from last week. We are so happy to work with such talented friends.

Straight together with Johan Magnusson last week. Thank you RUM and Grand Relations for a great gala!

Thank you all for a great evening!

Building exhibition!
Crooked Concept tonight 18-22 at Capitol, S:t Eriksgatan 82. Welcome!

First day of Stockholm Furniture Fair are over where we are proud to show Orb together with Klong. Don’t miss it!

Beatrice Nilsson joined Straight 2016 as a co-designer and producer.