A sound absorbent lighting with a playful cable solution inspired by harlequin patterns to soften the lines in the room. Perfect for offices, receptions, malls, restaurants or where ever you want to get a more pleasing sound environment. Nominated for the I-Novo tech award for innovative products at Salone del Mobile, Milan 2015.


Unique piece made of glass. Storage for the things you love.


I am currently working on some new exciting projects so stay tuned. If you want to know more or if you have any questions do not hesitate to contact me. Send an email to or give me a call, +(46) 70 678 07 58


is an old fashioned Swedish word with a double meaning, “way of life” and “fuss”. It’s a word that describes the way I relate to design in a simple way. In each project I search for the core value in order to be able too choose another path than others have walked before me. It creates space to establish new solutions with a holistic approach. And when it comes down to the other word; let’s face it, how fun is life without a little fuss?


This spring I graduated and took my BFA in Product Design and started JJB Design Studio i Varberg, Sweden. I am interested in the human and of the psychological aspects of design which made my graduation project about employee well-being in open office solutions and activity-based workplaces. My extensive research about the human innate instincts and behavior made me question today's structure of the office. The project is under development, and I look forward to showing you the result! Last autumn I concentrated on glass design, where I focused on how glass and light interacts. My lighting interest arose during the years I worked as an electrician which allowed me discover how light can affect the mood of the room and the people using it. I describe my design language as emotional minimalism, where my goal is that the user will enjoy and care for the product and by that create objects to use and cherish for years to come. Aiming to be involved in the whole process to be able to improve and follow up the result.

Always remember 1 + 1 = 3