Pepper- ateljé Lyktan


Project: Post
Service: Industrial Design
Client: ateljé Lyktan
Year: 2021

The new street luminaire Pepper has a unique expression and is manufactured in a single casting. Pepper is faceted at the top of the screen, which creates different shapes when the light hits the facets. The inside is equipped with optimal lighting technology for the best possible light distribution.


Nobel Calling

Nobel Calling Stages

Project: Nobel Calling
Service: Design Project Management, Industrial Design
Client: Nobel Prize Museum

Nobel Calling is a reoccurring event that appears in different forms shapes and sizes in Stockholm. For the 2021 edition Lundberg Design was asked to produce three stages that would host both planned and spontaneous activities with the aim to celebrate the human progress. Musicians, actors, dancers and many others will interpret and celebrate together with everyone who passes and strolls through the heart of Stockholm city. The design is influenced by our previous work with Street moves and aims to offset the distinctive pattern that makes up Sergels Torg. With inspiration from natural and unique shapes the Stages appears like colourful islands in the hard environment, and encourages creativity and interaction. The Stages are built from glulam together with Setra Group and will continue to serve as stages for cultural events in other cities, when Nobel Calling is finished.

Street Moves

Street Moves is a cost-effective and simple solution to rebuild the street space. Through a design process based on participation and dialogue are designed Street Moves modules adapted to the specific needs of the site

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Project: Corporate identity
Service:Brand strategy and Graphic Design

Rebranding of the busses in Halland, Sweden. Extensive brand and identity work which involved taking in both the local landscape and surroundings, as well as increasing the brand awareness and public image of Hallandstrafiken.

SAVO 360

SAVO 360

Project: Office Chair
Service: Industrial Design
Client: SAVO
Year: 2020

Savo 360 is designed to express simplicity, a unique design and flexibility. Its circular shape helps it blend easily into different settings without demanding too much visual space. The goal was to create a simple, attractive chair whose design works as a crossover between different applications and suitable for use as a chair for the office, meeting room or lounge, but also work well for the home office.



Project: Roslagsbanan
Service: Interior and Exterior Design
Client: SL

The new Roslagsbanan commuter train designed for SL. The extensive design process has focused on providing a great passenger experience for all, a functional and inviting interior with a modern look & feel together with a stylish and bold exterior. The design work has also involved the design and development of the drivers cab - providing the ultimate driver experience!

Roslagsbanan SL 2021

Pedestrian Protection – St. Eriks Sten

Pedestrian Protection

Project: Pedestrian Protection
Service: Industrial Design
Client: S:t Eriks
Year: 2018

Made for Jernhusen by S:t Eriks, the new pedestrian protection is designed with a playful touch and yet a very functional. The trains can easily be assembled to follow a specific curve or shape and can differ in length to match the surrounding areas.


Project: MTR X
Service: Interior and Exterior Design
Client: MTR
MTR Express - a unique design journey from start to goal. The new train operator, MTR Express, started to operate the Swedish main train route Stockholm – Gothenburg in the beginning of March 2015. It only took less than three months for the new red MTR Express train to reach over 93% customer satisfaction in the customer surveys. Our goal with the project was to create a seamless travelling experience - from the first booking of the journey to the final arrival at the destination. The project started two years earlier with a white sketch paper that we needed to fill with an extensive and demanding design scoop, creating the new MTR Express brand including service, graphic, interior and industrial design – all ready for introduction on the market in March 2015.

Parallel to the design project LundbergDesign was also involved in creating the new web based booking system – the first touchpoint between MTR Express and the customer. The idea was to harmonize the booking system with the actual planning and design of the train. Simplicity and reliability are key words for the seamless design of the whole system. The red exterior with its dark grey and silver flow design gives the train a unique and strong visual identity, not to be mixed with other brands on the Scandinavian market. The exterior flow design is inspired by the natural flow of the smoke that is used when doing the wind tunnel testing of the train. The graphics language is based on a carefully selected typeface with a visually clear design providing the MTR Express brand with a unique and strong identity. Impressive on the outside and even more so on the inside. The elegance of the entrance and vestibule is the first indicator of what awaits within. The interior of the MTR Express has been designed to meet the highest demands in terms of spaciousness, design and style. The Passengers who occupy the luxurious seats enjoy a generous amount of space and comfort. The seats are made of high-quality fabric and leather and perfectly match the interior. The interior treats all passengers to stylish selected products, materials, lovingly crafted with plenty of attention to detail. A close collaboration with ateljé Lyktan, Breitling and Nespresso ensures a supreme level of travelling pleasure.

DSB Refurbishment

DSB Refurbishment

Project: DSB refurbishment
Service: Interior and Exterior Design
Client: DSB

Design work in close collaboration with the DSB design team in Copenhagen. Exterior and Interior refurbishment of the existing DSB fleet of regional commuter trains and long distance trains. The picture shows the refurbished Copenhagen S-Tog with the new exterior color scheme.

Riff – atejé Lyktan


Project: Pendant Luminarie
Service: Industrial Design
Client: ateljé Lyktan
Year: 2015

When Olle Lundberg designed the pendant luminaire Riff, he wanted to create a flexible and versatile luminaire, which could easily be adapted to different environments. He thought about how a car is built, where the bottom plate is the common component of various car models, and what differs them is the expression of design.

The common component of Riff is the so-called light engine, made of die cast zinc (ZAMAK) for good thermal management, and with a LED module and LED protector included, reflecting high quality material in meticulate detail. Diffusers are also included for an even spread of light.

To complete the luminaire, one of three accessories are added – two are in glass and another consists of a decorative mould with an extra diffusing plate. The attachment of the light engine and the accessory is an important part of the production, and is designed so that other kinds of accessories in different materials can be added if needed or if the design requires it. Riff comes in three different sizes and the light engine is painted in black or white.