The assignment was to make a series of food containers with circular lids that is appetizing to eat from. Our solution was to design bowls that take inspiration from tableware made of porcelain. The white colour of the bowls makes the food feeling fresh, while the grip surfaces strengthen the connection to the traditional tableware with its brim. The lid and the top shape of the bowl are circular while the bottom shape is oval, making the sides tilted at different degrees. The sloping sides make it easier to access the content with the cutlery. The grip surfaces and the soft rim of the smaller bowl make it nice to drink from. The grip surfaces help to safely carry the warm bowl from the microwave to the dining table. They also facilitates the task of putting the bowls in the dishwasher as they can more easily be placed upright together with porcelain plates. and thus avoid ending up with a bowl filled with dirty water. The lid has safe silicone gaskets and a valve that you open up when heating. The bowls stack deeply into one another when empty and stand firmly on top of each other when they are in use.
Skipper is an award winning luminaire in the unique Personal Premium product development project that involved all of ateljé Lyktan’s employees. The project was launched for the purpose of enhancing product knowledge and an understanding of the design process. Together with his team, Olle Lundberg created a luminaire series with a wide selection of optimized light patterns able to illuminate every conceivable type of surface with high quality, energy efficient light in an appealing, visually ergonomic way. The pole luminaire is suitable for roads, footpaths and car parks thanks to its four different light patterns. The lit, translucent opal centre section provides soft, diffuse light that highlights the luminaire and lends it character. At the same time, the visual ergonomics of the entire luminaire are improved by reducing the risk of dazzle and the perceived intensity of the downlight.
Built with the most advanced technology available in the simplest form possible, SAVO Soul is fitted with the bare minimum of adjustments. Following your body´s natural movements, it helps improve both your posture and overall well-being.
Built from the Riff base, the Riff Night is a multifunctional reading and night light - perfect for the modern bedroom. Created for both private and commercial use and where ever it's used Riff creates the perfect cosy lighting for the bedroom.
When Olle Lundberg and Eric Douglas set out to design Adventure, they wanted to create a modern and minimalist advent wreath, with streamlined shapes and a timeless design. By following these principles Adventure fits seamlessly with any room and surrounding furniture.Adventure comes in two colors, white and black, and in three different variations, three, seven or nine lights.
EFG - Surround
Inviting and dynamic, that is the lead words for the new Surround office system that we designed for EFG. Surround redefines the working environment and provides architects and planners with a dynamic multifunctional furniture system designed for the Activity Based Office.
Surround configurations fall into two categories:
- SurroundMe is the optimal unit to retreat for individual concentrated work.
- SurroundUs form a micro room within a room designed for professional and social meetings.
Surround consist of 10 different parts, angled corners combined with round shapes provides you with a great toolbox to create your own room within a room solutions.
When designing the RockIt series for Inscape, adaptability, and precision was in focus. By designing a wide range of accessories and add-ons, inspires to create a diverse office space where every individual can adjust their desktop to their personality.
Project: Pendant luminaire
Service: Industrial Design
Client: ateljé Lyktan
At the beginning of the 20th century, the first attempts were made at shading the hitherto much-used, naked incandescent lightbulb. Simple pendant downlights known in Sweden as cobblers’ lamps were common in Swedish homes and were the very first indoor luminaires used in Sweden. The oldest luminaires were made in sheet-metal and their appearance is assumed to derive from the kerosene lamp. During the 1930s and 40s, ateljé Lyktan produced several different models of the Shoemaker bearing Hans Bergström’s signature. Olle Lundberg found his inspiration to create Cobbler among the thousands of sketches and drawings in our archives. Cobbler is a modern luminaire with historic features, equipped with shades in spin-formed aluminium and fitted with modern cold cathode fluorescent lamps to provide a broad, warm light pattern.