About Studio Maria Löw

Stockholm-based Studio Maria Löw was founded in 1990 by the Swedish designer, Maria Löw.
Over time, Maria Löw has created a company that works with complex assignments in textile design and art as well as interior design and styling.

Maria Löw’s award-winning designs bridge the gap between everyday function and the available luxury. She has many successful and long-lasting design collaborations with commercially textile designs in her portfolio. Examples include the furniture fabric “Vanessa” (Marks Pelle Vävare, 1989); the linen collection, “Gunita and Ginia” (Ikea of Sweden, 1996); the printed curtain fabric “Algebra” (Strömma of Sweden, 1995); and the printed curtain fabric “Blomstra,” “Feather,” and “Morris” (Almedahls, 2000, 2015).

Maria Löw has also been commissioned by the Swedish Foreign Office and is represented with unique carpets in the Swedish embassies of Jakarta and Canberra as well as the headquarters of the European Union in Brussels. Other clients for commissioned projects include Karolinska Institutet, Nyrens Architects, The Stockholm County Council, and The Modern Museum. She has repeatedly received the Excellence in Swedish Design Award (Utmärkt svensk form) for carpets as well as fabrics. She has also received the Japanese prize, Sakizo Textile Design Competition.

Studio Maria Löw is founded on the belief that creative, high quality design is the result of a close dialogue with the clients.