Client projects

Telia Sverige AB

  • Customer:
    Telia Sverige AB
  • Address:
    Johan Willins gata 6, Gothenburg
  • Type of business:
    Business networking company
  • Architect:
    Tengbom
  • Project Manager:
    Hifab AB
  • Furniture series:
    A-serien, Samba, Snitsa, X-table, artur, Sam
  • Photographer:
    Lasse Olsson Foto

Since the last century, both Telia and the outside world have fundamentally changed. Above all, digitization has had a great impact and has opened up new opportunities to work, which has brought with it that the requirements at the workplace have changed significantly.

The mission was to create an office that is functional, flexible and modern, where people are the focus so that it is easy to meet and work. There were requests for different types of meeting places for both sitting and standing meetings. There were also requests for modern storage, both public and personal.

The result was an open and airy office with a Scandinavian and modern design based on natural materials, Nordic woods and strong colors.

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Rikshem AB

  • Customer:
    Rikshem AB
  • Address:
    Klara Södra Kyrkogata 1, Stockholm
  • Type of business:
    Housing company
  • Architect:
    Egnell/Allard Designstudio
  • Furniture series:
    Samba
  • Photographer:
    Magnus Anesund

Rikshem AB is one of Sweden's largest private housing companies that offers accommodation in locations all over Sweden. They own housing and community properties and are a long-term partner to municipalities, regions and government authorities.

Rikshem is owned by Fjärde AP-fonden and AMF Tjänstepension AB.

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Rights & Brands

  • Customer:
    Rights & Brands
  • Address:
    Rosenlundsgatan 31, Stockholm
  • Type of business:
    Licensing and publishing agency
  • Architect:
    Anders Berensson Architects
  • Project Manager:
    Wallensteen & Co
  • Furniture series:
    Snitsa and A-series
  • Photographer:
    Lasse Olsson Photo

Rights & Brands is a licensing and publishing agency bringing Nordic rights and brands to a global arena.

In public parts such as kitchens, lounges and meeting rooms, the focus on design has been to represent Rights & Brands working in a mix of seriousness and playfulness. The idea here has been to highlight Rights & Brands as the leading Nordic storytelling licensing company of great artistic quality. Therefore, much of the design work has been about showing off the company's products and brands.

We want to show quality before quantity in the new office. We therefore focused on creating a design that refers rather to how the museum displays its collections than how a store does it. In order to show Rights & Brands quality, we have chosen to magnify print on selected parts of the office and showcase the enormous craftsmanship that lies in every little detail and line of the trademarks of Rights & Brands. Loose furniture follows the proposed color range, while solid furniture is made in pine stained with light spruce to enhance the Nordic style.

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Willis Towers Watson

  • Customer:
    Willis Towers Watson
  • Address:
    Tangen 17, Aarhus
  • Type of business:
    Insurance broker, technology and consulting company
  • Architect:
    Signal Architects
  • Project Manager:
    Interstudio
  • Furniture series:
    Snitsa, Sansa, Actiwall, artur and A-series
  • Photographer:
    Morten Meldgaard

Willis Towers Watson is a leading global insurance broker, technology and consulting company. With roots back to 1828, Willis Towers Watson has 45,000 employees in more than 140 countries and markets.

Denmark's largest insurance broker Willis Towers Watson today has 5 offices, the newest of which is in Aarhus.

Here, Interstudio has, in collaboration with Willis Towers Watson and Signal Architects, provided a furnished environment that accommodates both the corporate culture, processes and DNA. A very welcoming, informal and quality-focused solution.

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Vattenfall

  • Customer:
    Vattenfall
  • Address:
    Evenemangsgatan 13C, Solna
  • Type of business:
    Energy company
  • Architect:
    Tengboms
  • Project Manager:
    Input interiör Stockholm
  • Furniture series:
    A-series
  • Photographer:
    Björn Lofterud

Vattenfall is owned by the Swedish government and is one of the largest electric producers of Europe.

The office of Vattenfall at Arenastaden in Solna are situated in one of Swedens most energy efficient buildings. The bright facilities gathers the staff of around 2000 members within the Stockholm region, who previously worked on three different locations. Vattenfall set up keywords for their new office and they were:

  • To be number one for the environment
  • To be "The worlds greatest office"
  • To be an attractive employer

In all meeting and conference rooms, tables used derive from A-series, designed by Tengbom. The tables are made out of solid ash wood.

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BTKon

  • Customer:
    BTKon
  • Address:
    Hammarby Kajgata 12, Stockholm
  • Type of business:
    Building constructions
  • Architect:
    AB Evert Lindelöf Stockholm
  • Furniture series:
    Snitsa, Sansa and A-series
  • Photographer:
    Lasse Olsson

BTKon conducts consultancy in the field of building construction design.

They are active in the Swedish construction industry. The industry is currently undergoing a generational shift where clients place new demands on delivered results. The technical development within BIM and design technology places great demands on projectors.

The mission was to create an office that is functional, flexible and modern, where people are in focus so that it is easy to meet and work. There were wishes for different types of meeting places for both sitting and standing meetings.

The result is an open and airy office with a Scandinavian and modern design based on natural materials, light wood and warm colors.

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Ascendis Pharma

  • Customer:
    Ascendis Pharma A/S
  • Address:
    Tuborg Boulevard, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Type of business:
    Biotech
  • Architect:
    Interstudio
  • Project Manager:
    Interstudio
  • Furniture series:
    Snitsa
  • Photographer:
    Morten Meldgaard

Ascendis Pharma is a biotech company headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, maintains an office in Palo Alto, California and has research and development facilities in Heidelberg, Germany and Copenhagen, Denmark.

Bright, open, welcoming and accessible were the key words in the design of biotech company Ascendis Pharma work in the Danish headquarters on Tuborg Boulevard in Copenhagen. Thereby the delicate desk and storage solution from SA Möbler together with Herman Miller's Work Performance Chair Sayl.

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Konstfack

  • Customer:
    Konstfack
  • Address:
    LM Ericssons väg 14, Stockholm
  • Type of business:
    Art & design university
  • Architect:
    Love Arbén Architects
  • Furniture series:
    artur, Snitsa
  • Photographer:
    Åke E:son Lindman

Konstfack is a Swedish state university in art, design and crafts, which was founded in 1844. Konstfack has approximately 1000 students and 200 employees. Since 2004, Konstfack has its premises at Telefonplan in Midsommarkransen in Stockholm.

The idea from the beginning was that the interior design must function as a simple palette for the students – it is their own work that is important. The basic idea was simplicity in interior design and colour choice, and that idea was present throughout the project. Black and white are the base of the colour scale. The floors are concrete grey, the work tables have tops in white compact laminate with black edging, the storage furniture is made of through-coloured black MDF.

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