In our entrance hall you will see an installation with durable sound-absorbing wall panels, room dividers and pendants made from natural or recycled materials such as hemp, peat and paper yarn.


Amsell & Berlin Design studio

The designstudio Amsell Berlin established in Stockholm, by Pia Amsell and Barbro Berlin. Their ambition is to create functional products with a senseful expression that simplifies and improves every-day life for many people.

Carina Seth Andersson

Swedish designer known for her distinctive yet purposeful glass and ceramic work. Her design process is about scaling-back, finding the balance between simplicity and meaningful form to result in pieces that have a timeless quality.

Ingegerd Råman

Ingegerd Råman, Swedish potter and glass designer.

Johanna Örn

For the Swedish designer nature is an endless source of inspiration as she finds inspiration in different tactile surfaces, organic structures of natural materials, and from the variety of colours found in nature. The design process is about finding the right balance between the unique expression and the self-evident simplicity and quality of good design that makes an object last in the long run.

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 never ending curiosity for new materials and technology.

Riitta Papinniemi

Riitta Papinniemi is a Finnish designer specialized in interior decoration and utility textiles and design of "soft" materials.

Synnevö Mörk

Synnöve Mork is a designer who mainly works with developing products in textile material, together with well-known clients in Sweden and Worldwide. She has designed everything from bedlinen, cushions, curtains, carpets, room divider and even hole beds. Stripes, checks and dots are her favorite patterns.