The Anarchist Movement Pattern is presented after an investigation of the collective home. The inhabitants can use a bed on wheels to move freely between the rooms of the apartment. This is a flexible space where boundaries between private and shared are forever changing, the bed is the only constant private space. The project aims to question and discuss how we in future co-housing homes can break away from existing prejudices of what a home can be.
Exploration with joinery and construction without using glue or screws. Investigating different kinds of furniture and their needs when making a sustainable design. After completion the wood shrinks and expands, putting different demands on the product in order to stay stable.
Collection items:3 shelves5 high stools10 step on stools4 pedestals
Lighting for 2018 Master’s exhibition by HDK students at the Gathenhielmska huset.Because the building is one of the oldest in Gothenburg, using the walls and ceiling was prohibited.
Collaboration with John Wattström.
Acting as a diverse public house for people in central Tokyo. Offering studying spots and meeting space, the purpose is to provide a open place for activity for people being far from ones own home.
Connecting the many parks of Machida, Tokyo through road and building initiatives.Machida is a fast growing neighbourhood of Tokyo. The nature is close at hand but not very accessible without a car. With increased connections the people of Machida could make more use of their surroundings.
Collaboration project with Tokutoshi Ito, Keisuke Kikuchi, Sato Motoko, Jiang Zihan, Takuma Toshima, Yuma Hayakawa, Ho Szu-Yuan and Miao Yi at Tama Art University.
Office space aimed at making computer workers experience the outside nature through the building. The lower part of the building being dedicated to desk work. The outside middle floor is an open space reachable by elevator. The top floor acts as a meeting and open working space. With the roof having large windows the outside weather is always present.
Modular furniture offering different kind of solutions when having a meeting. The four modules could be used by up to eight people. Each module consisting of 2 parts, a top cushion and a wooden box.
Inspired by a fireflies circular glowing light. The lamp is acting as a miniature lighthouse from a far. Made out of pearwood with handlathed legs.
2016 – ongoing
A project to create a chair out of limited materials.The shape is made out of segments cut with an angle to create a bent form without actually bending the wood. Time limit was 3 weeks.
Materials restricted to:
2 meter pinewood, 500x250x20 mm metal sheet, 18 Ø metal tube 500 mm, 13 Ø metal tube 250 mm
A project to design a monument in the city of Gothenburg, Sweden. The rectangular form has fallen into the ground, breaking, and splitting unevenly. Highlighting the relationship between rich and poor.
Esbjörn Grip is a multidisciplinary designer working with objects and spaces
This is a design practice about objects and the spaces that inhabit them. Themes are explored in different mediums and techniques. Important aspects are the physical object, present in the room and the imagined world, through drawings.
Contact: email@example.com for enquiries.Full list of merit available on request.
Visiting Adress: Orustgatan 12A, Gothenburg
Education / experience:
2016–2019HDK, Academy of Design and Crafts, Gothenburg BFA in Design
2018Markus Bergström StudioInternship
2018Tama Art University TokyoEnvironmental Design, Exchange Semester