21 November, 2016

New client: Kao Group

We proudly welcome Kao Group as a new client at Stockholm Design Lab.

Founded back in 1887 and with global headquarters located in Tokyo, the Kao Group targets consumers with beauty, skin care and hair care products, and with chemical products to industries and B2B customers. 

Kao Corporation is recognized as one of the world’s most ethical companies by Ethisphere Institute, a U.S. think tank and the company has, as the only Japanese company, received this recognition for ten consecutive years. 

SDL are working very closely together with Kao on the repositioning and redesign of a well-established consumer brand to update the product design and achieve clearer differentiation and commercial impact. The solution covers graphic design as well as structural design. More details to follow.


More news from the Lab

2 March, 2017

Greg Brown joins the Lab

Greg joins our team as Digital Director. Working professionally since the late nineties, Greg brings experience from a variety of design, brand strategy and communication fields. With a focus on interaction, UX and experience design, he has worked with agencies in both Sweden and UK with clients such as the BBC, adidas, H&M, Toyota, Orange, BMW and IKEA. More recently he’s been working with IoT and wearables for startups and global brands.

2 March, 2017

Dennis Friberg joins the Lab

Dennis Friberg joins Stockholm Design Lab as a Junior Project Manager. Dennis comes with a large passion for Design with a capital D and enjoys being the spider in the web – keeping tabs on projects as well as the latest trends.

6 February, 2017

Nina Granath in the Guldägget jury

We are proud and happy to announce that our creative director, Nina Granath, is the head of this year's Guldägget jury in the packaging and identity design categories.

23 November, 2016

SDL @ MindTalk in China

Björn Kusoffsky is invited to China for a week-long tour, starting November 27th, to give lectures and workshops in Shanghai, Nanjing and Shenzhen. MindTalk, the creative equivalent to TedTalks, is curated by TOPYS.