Our circular interior design service breathes new life into your existing space, creating an environment that not only aligns with the principles of a circular economy but also exudes uniqueness, attractiveness, and style – all while leaving the smallest possible carbon footprint. An environment you can be proud of.

Reducing climate impact and adding value

The production of office furniture in Sweden alone is estimated to have a climate impact of more than 150,000 tonnes of CO2e per year – the equivalent of driving around the world in a petrol car 30,000 times. In a circular economy, where furniture is refurbished and repaired to get a new life, the climate impact of furniture can be reduced by 30 per cent. By helping to drive the development towards a circular economy, you can differentiate yourself from competitors and meet current and future climate targets.

Attractive, unique and sustainable interior design

Added values

Circular interior design means taking care of what you have and giving it new life. But sustainability doesn’t stop at reuse, you also need to think about the new furniture you specify. For example, interior designers choose furniture made from recycled materials (and materials that can be recycled) and furniture that is flexible, such as table legs that can accommodate different glass sizes. Materials should be strong enough to be sanded down and repainted many times, for example.

The value of circular interior design:

  • Renew the lifespan of your existing furnishings
  • New furnishings that contribute to the future circular flow
  • Unique, attractive and stylish environment with the smallest possible carbon footprint

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Interested in learning more? Contact us!

Mia Erlandsson

Mia Erlandsson

Interior architect, Development manager


+46 40 660 93 39

Annie Leonsson

Annie Leonsson

Interior architect, Head of Studio, Studio Manager


+46 31 60 87 85