Display apartment

in multi family housing

Various furniture from Minus tio

Interior by Hauschild+Siegel Architecture

Display apartment in multi family housing with futuristic energy solutions. By Hauschild+Siegel Architecture for Eon.

Published 20 Mar 2013

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shown in Milano

Open series, Chip and Arches

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New products show at Salone del Mobile 2017 in Milano. The designer of the new Open series, Jenny Nordberg, to the right in discussion with Ingrid Wingård from Minus tio.

Lodger, Cosmos and Audrey

At Salone del Mobile 2017

Photo by Simone Barbagello

Arches and Chip

contemporary coat racks

At Salone del Mobile 2017

Photo by Simone Barbagello

Scout

lounge table

Clear lacquered lounge tables at Fujitsu Siemens in Gothenburg, Sweden

Interior by Tengbom

Scout

lounge table

Clear lacquered lounge tables at Fujitsu Siemens in Gothenburg, Sweden

Interior by Tengbom

Jackie

bar stool in black with leather upholstery

Kitchen perfecto

Photo by @jencine on Instagram

Wall clock

Twenty Four Hours

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Wall clock

Twenty Four Hours

Clocka en masse at North Modern

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Twenty Four Hours

wall clock

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Twenty Four Hours

assembly

Clocks beeing assembled

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Twenty Four Hours

in Elle decoration

Twenty Four Hours in black and white

Styling by Sofie Lawett and Caroline Richter, photo by Marcus Lawett

Gaming

at Input Interiör spring fair

Bespoke Billboard table, seating and Twenty Four Hours clock

Input Interiör Malmö

A bespoke 6,6 m Billboard table on Cosmos feet, various seating furniture and Twenty Four Hours clocks filled the café at the recent spring fair in Malmö, hosted by Input Interiör. Wooden spheres with magnets inside put the gaming skills of the visitors to the test.

Twenty Four Hours

at Vandalorum

Twenty Four Hours clock

Mats Theselius

The exhibition “The Universe of Mats Theselius” which has been shown at Vandalorum during the summer recently came to an end. With a record number of visitors it has been a great success and we are glad to show some of the contributions Minus tio accounted for; The Object, The Billboard and Twenty Four Hours designed by Mats Theselius together with Andreas Roth.

The Universe of Mats Theselius

at Vandalorum

The Oject, Billboard and Twenty Four Hours

Mats Theselius. Photo by John Nelander.

From 15th of June to 22nd of September Vandalorum shows “The Universe of Mats Theselius”, one of the most comprehensive retrospective exhibitions of the designer to date. A large selection of his furniture, including The Object, The Billboard and Twenty Four Hours done in collaboration with Andreas Roth for Minus tio, is shown together with numerous inspirational objects that he references in his work. The inspirational objects, consisting of everything from books and toys to drums, kitchen accessories and other everyday objects comes from the designers private collection and has throughout the years acted as a source of ideas for his many projects. Photo by John Nelander.

Twenty Four Hours

in Monocle

Twenty Four Hours wall clock

Mats Theselius and Andreas Roth for Minus tio

The wall clock Twenty Four Hours designed by Mats Theselius and Andreas Roth is featured in the design directory of Monocle May issue 2013.

Billboard and Scout

at Kv. Sjömannen

Billboard and Scout

Interior by Celsing

Kv. Sjömannen is a housing project with 75 apartments situated at Västra hamnen in Malmö. The area is located in Kockums former shipyard and close to the exhibition area Bo01. For the project Billboard and Scout have been used in the entrances.

Wall clock 24H

with its designer Mats Theselius

Designer Mats Theselius with two of his works

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Mats Theselius designed the wall clock Twenty Four Hours and armchair and sofa Lodger together with Andreas Roth

Scout

Occasional table

Scouting at Stockholm Furniture Fair

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Jackie

in French star chef restaurant

Black stained Jackie chairs with leather upholstery and black foot rest

Interior by Karine Lewkowicz architecte, photo by Claude Weber

At the front of the railway station Saint-Lazare in Paris lies Lazare, a newly opened restaurant by chef Eric Frechon. The esteemed chef is already running several restaurants and was awarded three Michelin stars in 2009 for Le Bristol in Paris. The Lazare offers food and drinks inspired by the rich French culinary tradition and the interior, including brass and copper details, has an air of modern brasserie. We are honoured that Karine Lewkowicz Architecte wanted black stained Jackie bar chairs for the restaurant. Photo by Claude Weber.

Jackie

in French star chef restaurant

Black stained Jackie chairs with leather upholstery and black foot rest

Interior by Karine Lewkowicz architecte, photo by Claude Weber

At the front of the railway station Saint-Lazare in Paris lies Lazare, a newly opened restaurant by chef Eric Frechon. The esteemed chef is already running several restaurants and was awarded three Michelin stars in 2009 for Le Bristol in Paris. The Lazare offers food and drinks inspired by the rich French culinary tradition and the interior, including brass and copper details, has an air of modern brasserie. We are honoured that Karine Lewkowicz Architecte wanted black stained Jackie bar chairs for the restaurant. Photo by Claude Weber.

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