highlights – summer design week
Jon Eliason Design Studio
Orrefors Jernverk, for which we have created
a number of new production series and
Why are you in Mosebacke Design District?
“For us, it has always been important that
our design and concepts are inspired by the
philosophy More Beautiful Everyday Goods
(Vackrare vardagsvara) by Gregor Paulson.
In Mosebacke Design District there are
several design actors with similar attitude.
With our exhibitions and events we get
closer to the usual end-user and to get
their reactions, comments and wishes.
Important ingredients when creating designs
Where: Hökens Gata 4
Jon Eliason, Creative Director and Senior
Designer, at Jon Eliason Design Studio.
What happens in your studio?
“Half of our time we design interior architecture
for cafes, restaurants and hotels. The
other half we focus on product design with
everything from cutlery and furniture to
taps and toilets. We see ourselves as design
interpreters that translate a customer’s
brand into a design experience. We don’t
want our own style when we work on
assignments, instead we always try to create
new unique design concepts and forms.”
What do you work with now?
“A collaboration with Petter Stordalen
and his company Strawberry, where we
are drawing Copperhill Hotel in Åre and
Savoy Hotel in Oslo. New Wave Group and