Pond is launched by swedish furniture company Skandiform at the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2013.
Objecthood is represented with 4 products in one of the model apartments during the Housing Expo in Annedal, August 16-26.
May 24 – August 31 Input Interior is presenting Objecthood designgroup in the showroom at Sveavägen 145, Stockholm.
Objecthood consists of Charlotte Elsner, Britta Teleman, Cecilia Dreyfert and Sofia Ohlson. With their different backgrounds within the fields of architecture, industrial design, product design and brand communication, the group has a broad competence.
Work in progress for the upcoming exhibition at Input Interior.
Radian has mutated and become ”Pond”.The form of a water-lily provides a room in the table-top for newspapers and magazines.
Table-top made of painted MDF. Table base and magazine-case made of painted steel wire.
Nytt parkettgolv för Kährs.
Objecthood designstudio was formed in October 2010 by Britta Teleman, Charlotte Elsner and Sofia Ohlsson. Together, and sometimes with satellite co-workers such as Kajsa Willner and Cecilia Dreyfert, the group makes designs at the request of producers of furniture and household products.
The Recycle-collection of lantern are part of the Väner Museum Exhibition ”In Green Form”, about sustainable design.
The xordinary collection of lanterns has been blessed with yet another model, model B, which is a slightly higher and more rounded form
This is the first shape of our tealight-holder, not counting the previously launched recycle models. The first edition has been blown at the Vas Vitreum glassworks in Vadstena.
Multimirror is produced by Design House Stockholm and is sold in the furniture stores of Mio .
The Forum for Multi-occupancy boxes in 2007 announced a general ideas competition on the design and placement of multi-occupancy boxes in buildings which are more or less relics of culture. To the right an illustration from my competition entry showing boxes in the form of staircase banisters.
In the year 2000 a design-contest was arranged by the Swedish Furniture Centre in order to create a bridge between young designers and some established producers of furniture. This sofa-table did not offer an opportunity for me to work with any of the participating producers, but I received the 5th prize in the contest.
These stools, and benches, were the result of a one week course in furniture design at the school of architecture. In the 90-ties I produced about 20 of these stools on my own and they were sold in design-shops, among them Plan 1. A few bar-stools were used in the furnishing of the Globe Hotel in Stockholm.
The comfortable seats of these stools are based on a frame with a seat composed of wooden balls. The balls, dependent on the pressure of the body on the seat, and relatively independently of each other, sink into an elastic material. Thus active sitting will stimulate the circulation of the blood – an effect which has however not yet been medically tested.