Through membership in “100-gruppen” Svensson becomes part of the largest network in sustainable and circular interior design.
Say hello to Lina!
We are happy to announce that we have recruited a new colleague to Svensson. Our new Sales Manager Lina Ek, will strengthen the sales team in Sweden with her many years of experience in the interior design industry.
Time for harvest in Svensson's greenhouse
We at Svensson care about keeping it local, and nowadays we can also grow nutritious vegetables - just around the corner from where we work.
Meet us at Habitare
Meet us at Habitare - Finland’s largest furniture, design and decoration event 7-11 September 2022. Habitare brings annually over 40 interesting lectures, panel discussions and interviews and over 80 speakers to Messukeskus for all the interior, design and habitation lovers to enjoy.
Clean water - a prerequisite for sustainable development
This Christmas, we support WaterAid to ensure that more people have sustainable access to clean water.
Dimout - creating a comfortable indoor environment
Creating a comfortable indoor environment often means controlling the incoming light. An excellent way to do this is to use a dimout textile. More desirable than a complete black-out of light a dimout curtain offers a softer atmosphere.
Unused material becomes a sustainable acoustic solution with BAUX
Our ambition is to ensure that all the material we produce comes to good use. Our collaboration with The Loop Factory and BAUX, means that edge remnants from our production have found a new life.
Prize-winning concept creates cosy bathroom feel
When Svedbergs planned the launch of their Langfoss bathroom concept, inspired by the highest waterfall in Norway, they wanted at the same time to make it easy to create a cosy, personal and renewable look in the bathroom. The answer was to complement the minimalistic shower wall with our tactile textile, Salt.
From residual material to new product
All forms of production results in residual material. Reducing and minimising such material is among our responsibilities as a manufacturer, but it is inevitable that offcuts are created in connection with industrial weaving. We are therefore proud and thrilled to have found a solution to this problem in collaboration with The Loop Factory.
Svensson is part of STEPS, for a more sustainable textiles industry
For us, it goes without saying that we should be working towards a more sustainable textiles industry. That’s why we’re thrilled to be a part of the research programme STEPS, Sustainable Plastics and Transmission Pathways, which is now entering Phase 2.