A temporary office was set up in Shanghai, China, to help Crem International with the plans for the rebuilding of the offices and laboraratories of their R&D Department.
New office and showroom for Crem International.
Another phase for the Midgård project. The foundations have been made.
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.
The staircase of the original building had an awkward position across the living-room. Moving the stairs to a new entrance-volume gave better access and better lighting-condition to both floors of the building.
Coffee company Beans is a green company in many ways. The reuse of base cabinets, lighting fixtures and other architectural components was implemented throughout the project of rebuilding and expanding their facilities.
A new phase for the Midgård project. Construction documents are being made.
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.
New architectural design concept for coffee-company Beans.
Extension to house at Tyresö. Proposals and building permit documents.
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.
A project involving a new coloring scheme for the facades and windows of an apartment building in central Stockholm. The project consisted also of the design of new and extended balconies.
”Muuto declined her idea for a tealightholder – but still launched an almost identical product”
This article highlights how Charlotte Elsner from 2007 onwards tried to make design company Muuto put her candle holder into production, and how they launched the candle holder 3 years later, but with 3 guys called Form us with Love as “designers”. By then Charlotte had already launched her own collection of candle-holders under the brand ”Xordinary”.
The xordinary collection of lanterns has been blessed with yet another model, model B, which is a slightly higher and more rounded form
Conversion and extension of a villa from the 60’s.