Creative Environment

Daniel Byström Design was founded in 2005. The close friend and colleague /-/ industrial designer Rolf Herrström invited Daniel to sit next door, at the beautiful place of Atriogården located in the central of Västervik. This became the start of a successful collaboration between them both. (If you want to know more about Daniel /-/ click here).

Västervik is a well known idyll on the east coast of Småland /-/ Sweden. Famous for the stunning archipelago, the town is a centre for boat enthusiastics and many marine related companies.

Daniel Byström Design is situated in an old school building from 1809. A perfect place for a design studio, with creative and suitable working spaces including a work shop for model making and creative experiments.

In the same buildings there are also other creative companies, working with architecture, product design, advertising, photographing, web design and copy writing. No matter what you need /-/ there is always somebody who can help you!



Design movements: Sustainability, Destination Development and Urban Planning.


Hi! Just when you thought that I have disappeared from the blog world I am here again with a new post. It has been a long time since my latest post, I know. It has happened so much, and I have not had the time. A lot of my effort has been focused on the Swedish Association of Designers, where ...

Swedish Design: Integrating Sustainability


As a start of Stockholm Design Week, I was invited by the Swedish Institute to welcome the international press and inform them about Swedish Design. The focus was on sustainable design, and in my presentation I showed how we integrate sustainability in our design processes. My aim was to communic...

Sustainable Nordic Design


Design that engage people and develop communities - that was the heading when Daniel Byström from DBD/Design Nation was invited as key note speaker at Business Swedens event; Scandinavian Light and Design in Vienna November 7th 2013. Arranged together with the Swedish and Norwegian Embassies. Abo...

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