Johanson Design and Jonas Lindvall have long had a mutual interest in working together. Their first ever project is called P77, a deceptively uncomplicated and unassuming armchair that started production in 2011.
Jonas Lindvall was born in Malmö in 1963 and trained as an interior architect at the University of Gothenburg’s School of Design and Crafts.
British designer Simon Pengelly’s design is characterised by a mix of minimalism, smart production-oriented thinking, timelessness and an expressiveness that ties in well with Johanson Design’s Scandinavian-style furniture.
His passionate desire to create production furniture with “soul” has resulted in a number of awards.
Johan Lindstén’s furniture is characterised by well-thought out design and unexpected details. The front side of the moon was Johan’s inspiration for the ground-breaking sound absorber Moon.
A recent addition is Stealth, an invitingly comfortable armchair with intriguing shadows created by the interplay of the different surfaces and angles.
About ten of Johanson Design’s pieces of furniture are signed Alexander Lervik. The functional and stackable Rib bar stool in sustainable pressed felt attracted a great deal of attention on its launch in 2009.
Alexander Lervik was born in Stockholm in 1972 and began his career as an apprentice carpenter before going on to study product and interior design at Beckmans College of Design.