Mats Broberg & Johan Ridderstråle
Interior architects and designers M.F.A, M.S.A

2001-2006. Konstfack University college of Arts Craft & Design,
dept. of Interior design & furniture design.

About us:
We are creative collaborators based in Stockholm, Sweden working in a mixed architecture and design practice. We strive to add an emotional value to our design that comunicates with the user through recognition of symbols and meanings. We often draw inspiration from everyday life and try to combine a rational approach with a bit of wit and the clash between past and present.

Awards and honorable mentions:
2019 Residence Magazine Design Prize. Lamp of the year. Kandinsky for Pholc
2017 Elle Decoration Swedish Design Award. product of the year for the dining table. Noir for Skeppshult
2016 Elle Decoration Swedish Design Award. interior accessory of the year. gloria for klong
2015 Elle Decoration Swedish Design Award. Carpet of the year. Fleur for Asplund
2014 Elle Decoration Swedish Design Award. Designer Of The Year
2013 elle design awards. best kitchen product. tati dinner table for asplund
2012 Plaza Deco Magazine. Storage of the year. Luc for Asplund
2012 Sköna hem Magazine. Furniture of the year. Tati for Asplund
2012 Wallpaper Design Awards. Best Side Table. Tati for Asplund
2011 International “Good Design Award”. Lite Chair for Offecct
2011 Residence Magazine. Designer of the year
2011 The Swedish Arts Grants Committee. Working grant awarded to Broberg&Ridderstråle
2010 Elle Interior Design Price. Best outdoor furniture. Wimbledon
2009 Design Plus Award. August, rechargeable LED lamp, Iittala.
2008 The Swedish Arts Grants Committee. Working grant awarded to Broberg&Ridderstråle
2007 Wallpaper design awards. ‘Best domestic appliance’. Awarded to Cone Speakers
2006 Department Scholarship. Konstfack. Awarded for Final exam, Master degree
2004 Young Swedish Design. Awarded to Gulliver Lamp

Selected exhibitons:
17. Nivå 125. Båstad Sweden. Separate retrospective exhibition featuring selected works.
10. Swedens 20 most important current designers. Portrait exhibition.
10. Represented in the permanent design collection, Nationalmuseum Stockholm
06. Global Edit, Wallpaper. Armani Teatro Milan
05. Ozone, Living Design Center. Tokyo
05. Swedish Style. Swedish Embassy, Tokyo
05. Designers Block. Zeta Gallery, Milan
05. Konstfack stand, the Green House. Stockholm Furniture Fair
04. Swedish Style. Swedish Embassy, Tokyo
04. Tokyo Designers Block, main event UN University. Tokyo
04. Tokyo Designers Week, Container Ground. Odaiba, Tokyo
04. Young Swedish Design. Stockholm, Malmo, Gothenberg, Umea, London
03. The Campanas. Result of workshop with the Fernando & Humberto Campana. Stockholm