Our design

Tenzo design studio

Good design is in the detail – that special thing that make you fall in love…

Tenzo design studio consists of a team with competence in different areas. All to get the best possibilities to develop and design furniture for you. To perfect our range and make our design accomplished we are collaborating with a group of carefully chosen designers.

The team works closely with the production to make sure that each piece is designed to fully benefit the capacity of our manufacture facility in Sweden. No middle hands or compromises that will affect the design and appearance. Together we create modern furniture with high quality and with a Scandinavian touch.


Says Who

The Danish designer duo Nikolaj Duve and Kasper Meldgaard are furniture fanatics, industrial designers, and creatives with a love for modern Scandinavian design. Simplicity and functionality are the core qualities of their design. With passion and curiosity, they challenge expectations and create a great design for everyone.

Design: Switch

Rutger Andersson

The well-known and experienced designer and product developer Rutger Andersson is a member of the society of Swedish Industrial Designers.

Rutger Andersson combines function and aesthetics. Like all who endeavor to create perfection, he knows when enough is enough and does not embellish his creations with unnecessary adornment. He prefers to be inspired by cars of the 1950s rather than design exhibitions in Milan. The result is furniture with soul. His touch makes any product live up to its full potential.

Design: Malibu, Dakota


Måns Broman

Måns Broman is a Swedish furniture designer with long-standing experience in design. His design expression is simple and typical Scandinavian. His most known work for Tenzo is the popular and long-lived Dot range. The Swedish designer calls himself a pragmatist who wants to de-mystify the designer’s work. “It is a craftsmanship, just like any other profession. It takes some time to master, but when you’re good at it, it’s easy to both be creative and fulfil the clients’ needs.”

Design: Dot

Jurij Rahimkulov

The well-merited furniture designer Jurij Rahimkulov has previously worked as an illustrator and interior designer at an architectural office in Moscow.

Jurij was trained at the architectural school in Moscow, and at HDK, the School of Design and Crafts at the University of Göteborg.

Design: Corner

Thomas Eklundh

Thomas finds inspiration in almost everything, but mainly from movies, art, music, and literature. With the ambition to make every day a little more exciting, he places great emphasis on both ideas and handcrafted details. The great thing is as important as the small. After graduating from Beckmans School of Design, Thomas combines digital studio work with handy craft in his workshop.

Design: Patch

Monika Mulder

Dutch-Swedish designer Monika Mulder cares a lot about the sculptural aspect of design. ’Developing a product that fulfills practical demands can be done by good thinking, but creating a product that touches people’s souls, requires real feelings. That is my way of challenging design’.

Monika Mulder’s main interest is to develop relevant solutions for real needs and to give grace and beauty to everyday products. She solves the challenges of production with creativity and consideration. She has previously received design awards such as “Best Swedish Design” and “Best furniture of the year”.

Design: Plain

Olivier Toulouse

Olivier is an industrial designer with an eclectic body of work, ranging from furniture, lighting, toys and perfume packaging. He began his career working for different companies, where he gained valuable experience and learned the difference a designer can have in a company. Since 2004 he has been working as a freelancer based in Toulouse, designing for brands all over the world. In his own words, design is a passion that he is lucky enough to have as a job. Inspired by his daily life, he always tries to achieve the best design possible that will fit the manufacturer, the seller, and the user.

Design: Uno