Industrial Designers in Sweden
Luke Bradshaw is an award-winning industrial designer with 20 years' experience designing for well-known brands across a variety of product types.
The work of Daniel Rybakken occupies the area between art and design, forming limited editions, art installations and prototypes for serial production. One of his main focuses has been to work with daylight and how to artificially recreate its subconscious effect. He started his own studio in 2008 and has since that won numerous awards including several Red Dot Awards, the London Design Medal and was the first designer from a Scandinavian country to receive the Italian Compasso d'Oro.
Henrik Jensfelt is an industrial designer with over 20 years of experience blending physical with the digital to innovate meanings and weave new experiences into products. He works for some of the world's best brands, including Sony, Ericsson, Ikea, Bega, Electrolux, and Jabra. Located in Malmö, Sweden, his studio focuses on projects across consumer electronics, mobile devices, wearables, sports gear, housewares, and new product concepts.
Magnus Löfgren is a Swedish designer of interior objects, for the modern home. He is one of the creators behind the Swedish company Design House Stockholm, and the designer of their early products like, the Focus vase, and the Shell votive, which is sold by the London Design Museum and MOMA.
Pia Wallen is a designer rooted in her Swedish culture, she looks to history for inspiration of the traditional use of Swedish materials, techniques, colours and the northern climate. She combines tradition with play and fantasy, searching for new solutions and pushing boundaries to develop products that reflect today's culture and appeal to the modern person.
Pu Tai is a project manager with a solid design background and more than 10 years of experience in product development.
Belgian industrial designer with MA in Three Dimensional Design from the University of Kent, UK.