Open Studio Stockholm
Götgatan 48. 118 26 Stockholm
H&M Season

The H&M Autumn Season images 2020 were created to show the season’s trends as part of the company’s everyday life.
NCC Office

Design of the reception area and the signage system at NCC’s headquarters.
Armedangels

Underwear perfect for movement.
H&M Neo


In November 2017 H&M launched a brand new store experience with the mission to create a ‘neighbourhood store’ for the local customer.

H&M Take Care


A new concept we have developed together with H&M. It’s a step towards a more sustainable future where H&M inspire the customers to take better care of their fashion favorites. Repair, remake and refresh!

H&M Sergels Torg

In December 2019 H&M launched an updated store experience at Sergels Torg, Stockholm..
Lotta Lundgren

Book design for Lotta Lundgren’s ”Laga mig”. The sequel to the authors cookbook debut ”Om jag var din hemmafru”.

 
PLOQ

Overall identity concept, exterior and interior architecture, signage and packaging.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Positano(Yes)


Positano is an Italian bar at NK in Stockholm. The name comes from the small lemon cultivating village by the Amalfi coast that is said to be both the happiest and weirdest place on earth.

H&M Take Care


A new concept we have developed together with H&M. It’s a step towards a more sustainable future where H&M inspire the customers to take better care of their fashion favorites. Repair, remake and refresh!

Lykke Kaffegårdar

When Lykke Kaffegårdar turned their industry upside down, we could do nothing but do the same with ours.
Tjoget

In the former workingclass area Hornstull in Stockholm one can find Tjoget – a restaurant, wine bodega and coctail bar. It’s Sweden’s best bar that in 2019 was named 37th best bar worldwide. The most literal interpretation of the name Tjoget is the number 20, which the identity dramatises throughout.
Tjoget

In the former workingclass area Hornstull in Stockholm one can find Tjoget – a restaurant, wine bodega and coctail bar. It’s Sweden’s best bar that in 2019 was named 37th best bar worldwide. The most literal interpretation of the name Tjoget is the number 20, which the identity dramatises throughout.
Robert Rudinski

A visual identity and packaging concept for a new, premium Hungarian brandy produced in 6 different flavours for the North European market. Crochet and brandy are two typical Hungarian crafts. By weaving them both together, we wanted to emphasize the craftsmanship and quality of the brand and the brandy.
SAS x Tjoget

To show their nordic expertise SAS asked Sweden’s best bar, Tjoget, to develop ready-mixed drinks to be enjoyed on planes. The packaging illustrations, as recognised from the bar, tells each drinks’ history in the most complicated way possible.
Beijing 8

Bringing a part of modern China to Europe, Beijing8 is a fusion of Nordic urban style and Chinese vibrant colors and taste.
H&M Neo


In November 2017 H&M launched a brand new store experience with the mission to create a ‘neighbourhood store’ for the local customer.

iDeal of Sweden

Pop-up store concept for Ideal of Sweden, Mall of Scandinavia. The concept is built around a flexible system of free-standing pegwalls for display. The system is scalable and works just as well on 1 sqm as 200 sqm.

 

 
Positano(Yes)


Positano is an Italian bar at NK in Stockholm. The name comes from the small lemon cultivating village by the Amalfi coast that is said to be both the happiest and weirdest place on earth.

About our studio

We are an independent design, retail and concept studio based in Stockholm, Malmö and Paris. Our scope is to help our clients to become more interesting and trustworthy in the eyes of their customers. We are specialized in creating and developing brands, visual identities, spaces, products and packaging through strategy, design, curiosity and craftsmanship.
Global Change Award

The Global Change Award is one of the world’s leading challenges for early stage innovation, and the largest initiative of its kind in the fashion industry, initiated by H&M Foundation. The purpose of the Global Change Award is to accelerate the shift from a linear to a circular fashion industry, to protect the planet and our living conditions.