ANKI GNEIB

Design and Architecture – Stockholm Sweden

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JIMI TOO

Posted on January 27, 2017

 

JIMI TOO – 2017

Outdoor lamp made of metal shavings in stainless steel.

JIMI was originally designed for the STAR exhibition at Gallery Pascale 2005.

EYESHINE

Posted on April 10, 2016

 

EYESHINE – Wiener GTV Design 2015
The mirror has historically been associated with mysticism and magic. One is that the mirror can “see” and “tell” what took place in the room for someone who has not been present. Simple geometrical circles and ovals are combined in different ways, both functional and scenographical elements combined.

COMBO

Posted on February 21, 2015


COMBO – SA Möbler 2015
Preview of the multi-functional office furniture collection. Combo was orginally designed together with Adolfsson & Partners for the games developer King who wanted a flexible solution for their workstations when the teams change their size and composition. The semi-transparent screens embraces everything a workstation requires and can easily expand or contract as required.

LIGHT TROOPERS

Posted on February 10, 2015


SUPER TROOPER and STAR TROOPER – prototypes 2015
SuperTrooper floorlight is a development of my oversized candle holders Holy. In my new lamp collection the natural and soft feeling of turned wood meet a very precise, distinct and almost futuristic light source. The four acrylic inlays that are integrated into the body create vertical light beams which elegantly defines the silhouette. The collection also consists of the StarTrooper table and pendantlight. Exhibited at Twelve – Established Nordic Designers, Stockholm Furniture Fair.

POTOMAC

Posted on February 10, 2015


POTOMAC – Horreds 2015
New additions for the POTOMAC family. Low tables with round or hexagon shaped top in three different sizes and heights. Versatile container table with electrical outlets and planting pot, magazine holder or table lamp of your choice. New backrest modules and a generous low pouf.

LOVEHOUSE

Posted on February 10, 2015


LOVEHOUSE – a tribute to Yayoi Kusuma 2014
Nine creative design teams were invited by Dahl Agenturer to recreate a original 60´s style dollhouse and our mission was to do a personal “hommage” to someone, a style, word, color, feeling etc. Me and my team from Wedo; Hampus Östberg and Patrik Lindberg chose Yayoi Kusama. We have emerged into her universe and recreated and interpreted the designs and furniture. The dollhouses were auctioned and all the revenues went uncut to The Stockholm City Mission.

TOWER

Posted on February 10, 2015


TOWER – Varaschin 2014
With a single point of contact, the table has a sculptural square base with well balanced, gently rounded corners and simple clean lines. The table creates an intimate space and allows one to talk to all that is gathered around. The central base also offers plenty of leg-room. For the contract market can the tabletops be equipped with electrical outlets for easy access to electrical power without visible cables, connected from the floor through the base.

POTOMAC

Posted on February 10, 2015


POTOMAC – Horreds 2014
Potomac is a modular seating and table collection. The asymmetrical shape inspired by the irregular pentagon tessellation allows an infinite variety of multiple compositions. Put several together to create relaxation areas or use them as individual seats.

TEVE

Posted on November 6, 2013

TEVE – 2013
TEVE has an inside with smooth rounded corners. No backside, no front and rear, makes them moveable and allows them to be freestanding. To function as a roomdivider, table, sidetable, bedsidetable or sideboard. The open back permits easy access to plug in your telephone or computer. Color laquered inside box and legs with an outside cover in white or black veneer.

DANSK

Posted on November 6, 2013

Dansk – Hiipakka 2013
Dansk has a combination of drawers, cupboards and open compartments. A graphical game with proportions and rhythm. With motion and shifting, varied and flexible storage options are created. The open back gives an airy expression and easy access for wiring and tehnology. With a top in clear glass your everyday objects turns into a work of art.

HOLY

Posted on November 6, 2013

HOLY – 2012
The monumental candlestick Holy encourages us to reflect and to celebrate in our everyday lives. Holy embraces the Scandinavian traditions of worship and the importance of illumination during our long winter nights with the magical warmth of the candle­light. The shapes are drawn from classical models, each with its own expression, that complement and interact with each other. They are turned from a single piece of wood, with a natural finish or painted with Swedish traditional colors.

CRICKET

Posted on September 24, 2012

Cricket chair – Varaschin 2012
Light, enticing, perfectly adapted to indoor and outdoor use with a metallic frame in micaceous moka finish and the seating in woven synthetic string: a contemporary reinterpretation of the classic garden chair enriched by the woven texture of the string around the frame.

BOMBAY

Posted on January 30, 2012

Bombay – Nordiska Galleriet 2012
Handblown glass vases. Each vase is dented on the sides and different from the other. Clear glass or blue glass with black pigment.

Silent Cargo – an Overland Express project by SX70 Europe

Posted on January 10, 2012

Silent Cargo – an Overland Express project by SX70 Europe 2011

We wanted to explore how HOLY would interact with the slow, flat landscape in Ostrobothnia. The suited gentlemen from mentalpropell.com accepted the task of letting HOLY inspire them on their way from Sievi to Stockholm. Their investigation of HOLY has led us to see new aspects, both of the candlesticks and of the suited gentlemen. Transporting monumental candlesticks led us to new insights on the interaction between physical objects, people and landscapes. See the project here http://www.mentalpropell.com/SX-70-Europe/silent-cargo-2011/

Perfo

Posted on February 16, 2011

 

Perfo lounge – Frag 2009
A tubular metal frame dressed in a sophisticated two-color full grain leather “garment”, where the stern and perfect geometry of a laser-cut perforated circle is the only decorative detail allowed, apart from the unrestrained use of two colors. The well-fitting effect of the cover turns it into a self-supporting element, ma­king the metal support all but disappear and turning the material into the design’s undisputed main actor.

Perfo

Posted on February 16, 2011

 

 

Perfo stool – Frag 2009
A tubular metal frame dressed in a sophisticated two-color full grain leather “garment”, where the stern and perfect geometry of a laser-cut perforated circle is the only decorative detail allowed, apart from the unrestrained use of two colors. The well-fitting effect of the cover turns it into a self-supporting element, ma­king the metal support all but disappear and turning the material into the design’s undisputed main actor.

Cricket

Posted on February 16, 2011

Cricket armchair – Varaschin 2009
A chair that is lightweight, inviting and perfectly suited to indoors and out, a contemporary reinterpretation of the classic lawn chair, embellished by the weave of a long rope around the frame. Varnished aluminium frame in micaceous moka finish covered with woven man-made string in moka or natural finishes

 

Deer

Posted on February 16, 2011

Deer – Varaschin 2009
A play on the symmetry of forms with an ultra-lightweight steel frame with a textured mocha finish. Flat steel table base treated for outdoor use in micaceous moka finish . Top available in mat black glass or natural slate.

Snake

Posted on February 16, 2011

Snake – Varaschin 2009
Snake is a series of three oak cabinets – a credenza and cupboards in two sizes – distinguished by the woven leather covering of the door panels. Structure: Veneered in bleeched oak/ dark oak or tobacco oak. Framed wood doors with woven hide. Orange, moka and natural hide. In the version of natural brushed white oak available with the door in white hide.

Perfo

Posted on February 16, 2011

Perfo chair – Frag 2008
A tubular metal frame dressed in a sophisticated two-color full grain leather “garment”, where the stern and perfect geometry of a laser-cut perforated circle is the only decorative detail allowed, apart from the unrestrained use of two colors. The well-fitting effect of the cover turns it into a self-supporting element, ma­king the metal support all but disappear and turning the material into the design’s undisputed main actor.

Seat in bearing doubleface full grain leather decorated with geometrical openwork laser-cut pattern.
Chrome plated steel frame.

HongKong

Posted on February 16, 2011

HongKong – AVMazzega 2008
Large blown glass spheres to which a mesh mould has been applied to give the exotic decorated effect of traditional Chinese lanterns, giving shape to light magi­cal projections onto the surrounding surfaces. Hand-crafted blown in frame glass.

Jimi

Posted on February 16, 2011

 

 

Jimi – Gallery Pascale 2005
Lamp made of metal shavings, inspired by Jimi Hendrix electrified hairdoo. Made for the “Star” exhibition at Gallery Pascale

Reef

Posted on February 16, 2011

Reef – Aspeqt 2005
Light sculptures in Corian, inspired by the marine fauna. In the daytime they are like marble statues and in the evening they glow. A project supported by the Swedish Art Grants Committee. ”Lamp of the year award” by the magazine Residence.

Bombay

Posted on February 16, 2011

Bombay – Skruf 2002
Handblown glass vases. Each vase is dented on the sides and different fom the other. Clear glass or blue glass with black pigment

Messiah

Posted on February 16, 2011

Messiah – 2001
Shelves in coloured transparent plexiglass Arabique words that are extracted from the Koran. Inspired by the calligrahphy used in the beautiful mosaic decoration you can find in Persian mosques.

Not

Posted on February 16, 2011

Not – 2001
Shelves in coloured transparent plexiglass Arabique words that are extracted from the Koran. Inspired by the calligrahphy used in the beautiful mosaic decoration you can find in Persian mosques.

Kennedy

Posted on February 16, 2011

Kennedy pouf and table – Offecct 2001
One-piece moulded glas-fibre table and upholstered pouf. Sober and softened with simple lines and rounded shapes.

Hambo

Posted on February 16, 2011

Hambo – Fogia 1997
A collection of furniture in stained wood. Inspired by the traditional folk culture in the north of Sweden. Hambo is a Swedish folkdance where you hook each other knees together, and whirl.

Squeeze

Posted on February 15, 2011

Squeeze – R.O.O.M 1995
Book and CD shelf in stained wood. This shelf is angeled 45 degrees.The books and CD covers become more visible and by combining two shelves you utilize the corner to the max. Awarded Excellent Swedish Design and Furniture of the year Award.

Cheese

Posted on February 15, 2011

Cheese – Asplund 1994
Hand tufted woolcarpet. This carpet manages to combine a pattern and a solid fill at the same time. Originally designed for the Swedish ambassadeurs residence in Berlin