Andreas Klipping Design

Andreas Klippinge is a sustainable designer with an innovative mindset, specializing in design for industrial manufacturing of furniture, lighting and functional everyday objects.
He believes that the key to good design is simplicity and to let human behaviors be the source of inspiration. The final product should be humble towards the user, long lasting, effective and include details that improve everyday life and give the eyes satisfaction.

AKD has a fascination for industrial production and values close collaboration with a limited number of companies. A sustainable design perspective runs through all partnerships in the form of conscious material choices and manufacturing processes, that not only take economical but also environmental and social aspects into account.

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  • Andreas Klippinge Design
  • Italienska Palatset,
  • J F Liedholms väg 17,
  • 352 57 Växjö, Sweden
  • PHONE: +46 702 751 518
  • MAIL: andreas(at)
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2010 / 12 / 17

Konstantin Grcic interview from KLAT Magazine

Read this great interview with one great designer, Konstantin Grcic.

2010 / 12 / 09

Working with circles

In the studio – my current design project combines circles with circles. The endless universal form of the circle is very interesting to work with or perhaps impossible to work without. The circle will always do the job for you, form wise. So my work is to treat them with the right proportions and to give the circles' function. The project consists, so far, of four different furnitures or rather tools for people in modern living spaces and being in their twenties or early thirties.

2010 / 12 / 02

Photo / LNU Workshop Rönnedal

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Photos by AKD for the Linnaeus University School of Design's workshop at the migration housing Rönnedal in Alvesta. The students got to visit people who have just arrived to Sweden and who are more or less just waiting for the decision whether they are able to stay here... or not. In the evening students and immigrants met up to discuss how design can contribute to the current situation in the Rönnedal area.