Martin Björnson

Malm, Sweden


Martin Björnson Collection

This is a beautiful collection of cement tiles, with five unique geometrical patterns with carefully balanced colours. The result is a bold series, not very typical Scandinavian. Behind each pattern is a unique thought. Every tile is made by hand which creates small subtle variations in the design, giving the floor or wall surface a vivid look. Roundstar, Triangle, Confetti, Leaf and Sunclover are the names of the patterns.

Designer: Martin Björnson (Sweden)
Manufacturer: Purpura (Poland)
Inspired By: The nature of geometry and nature itself.
Material: Concrete, sand, marble powder, different colour pigments and water
Colours: Please visit for more examples
Dimension: Square tile: 200x200 mm, Hexagonal tile: 200 mm wide, 231 mm from tip to tip
Price: Price range from 1 7001 950 SEK (aprox. 195220)



Bobbin is a playful multi-functional piece of furniture! Use it as a stool in your entrance, bedside table, for your children’s toys, a couple of Bobbins as a sofa table—it fits perfectly in lots of places! The name Bobbin (synonym of spool) contains the word »bin«—i.e. you can lift the top off as a lid and use the bin as storage. Bobbin was premiered during the Stockholm Design Week 2013. See it at »Check In 13« at Scandic Malmen in the city or see it in stand KF02 at the fair!

Designer: Martin Björnson (Sweden)
Inspired By: Old thread spools made of wood
Material: Top/lid and bottom: solid beechwood. Pipe made of heavy cardboard, upholstered with corduroy.
Colours: Various
Dimension: H: 44 cm Ø: 36 cm
Price: Estimated: 350 / $450


Homeless Bill

Homeless Bill is a mirror, that hopefully will make you reflect in more than one way. The begging hands ask for your jewelry or other valuables. While looking in the mirror, these hands could actually be taken for your own. It’s as much a functional piece of furniture as it’s a philosophical sculpture. It was made during a project called Skud på stammen in Denmark during the summer 2012.

Woodwork: Jens Hjortshøj
Photo: Neel Munthe-Brun & Rikke Løbner Espersen

Designer: Martin Björnson (Sweden)
Inspired By: and the projects theme recession.
Material: Frame: solid walnut. Hands: solid basswood, hand carved
Dimension: 400x800x~200 mm


Sitta Ribb

Sitta Ribb is a stool with a strong graphic expression and an effortless and candid construction. Two frame pieces, just a litte glue and fourteen baton poles lying horizontally, whose endcuts is showing like jewellery.
The stool has soft shapes and is light and a see through-character – almost like a skeleton with a playful shadow. Sitta Ribb suits perfect in an entrance or as an extra seating in a bedroom.

Designer: Martin Björnson (Sweden)
Manufacturer: Morphos (Sweden)
Material: Valchromat/wood
Colours: Black frame/birch or oak baton poles
Dimension: 59x34x47 cm (WxDxH)
Price: 2495: SEK (approx. 260)



Malm, Sweden


Interior Design, Art Direction, Industrial Design


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Nikolaigatan 3, U1
s-214 21 Malmö

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