Design Jonas Lindvall

Table with white lacquered top,
legs in chromium or silverlaquered metall
Surface treatment. Semimat lacquer
49x49 cm, H 38 cm
120x49 cm, H 38 cm

Jonas Lindvall has for the past years been one of the most prominent and successful figures in furniture design and interior architecture in Sweden. With a distinct and subtle expression his works have been told to advocate timelessness, simplicity and elegance in an aesthetical combination with poetical qualities. With a background as visual artist Lindvall holds a masters degree in interior architecture from HDK in Göteborg, ensued by studies in furniture design at Royal Collage of Art in London and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. As a designer he has primarily worked for the Swedish companies Skandiform, deNord and Ballingslöv, the Norwegian company Håg as well as the Japanese furniture company Idée. Lindvall have been awarded the honour “Excellent Swedish Design” on numerous occasions. One of these, the Oak chair, was furthermore given the award of “Furniture of the year 2001” by the magazine Sköna Hem. His works have been bought by several museums in Sweden and is also represented in the permanent exhibition of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Lindvall has also been acting as a guest lecturer and reviewer in architecture-and design schools in Sweden, Germany and North America. He has also acted as visiting professor at the school of Architecture at the University of Montréal in Canada.


Design Mattias Ljunggren

Easychair & Sofa
Chassis in chromium. Armrests in oak or walnut.
Upholstery. Fire retarding polyether foam.

Height 73 cm 73 cm
Width 76 cm 158 cm
Depth 80 cm 80 cm
Seat height 42 cm 42 cm

Mattias Ljunggren took graduated from the National College of Arts, Craft and Design in Stockholm in 1990. Mattias has been involved in artistic projects, exhibitions at galleries and museums, the interior design of private and public environments, and has also worked as a furniture designer. Mattias is represented in museum collections at the National Museum (x2), the Röhsska Museeum of Arts and Crafts, the Danish Museum of Decorative Art in Copenhagen and the Museum of Decorative Art and Design in Oslo.

Design Mattias Ljunggren

, 120x120, H=42 cm
Performance, Top in white solid laminate. Chassis in chromium.

Design Ruud Ekstrand

A new range of furniture.
Stackable chair. Stackable armchair. Armchair.
Easychair. Sofa. Table. 2-seat sofa. 3-seat sofa

Back cushion. Performance, Solid birch.
Surface treatment. Acid hardening two component lacquer.
Upholstery. Fire retarding polyether foam
Covering. Removable covers type beret.

Ruud Ekstrand. Born 1943 in Malmö. Ruud Ekstrand is architect SIR (the International Association of Swedish Interior Architects) and furniture designer. He has in an excellent way kept the heritage from Swedish tradition, combining the care for wood as material with the sense for beauty and function.
Awards: Forsnäs-priset 1986, Utmärkt Svensk Form (Excellent Swedish Design) 1987, 1988, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997; Guldstolen (The Golden Chair)1992.




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