Ingegerd Råman

Ingegerd Råman (born in Stockholm in 1943) studied at Carl Malmsten’s Capellagården, Öland, and at the University of Arts, Crafts & Design in Stockholm. She also studied ceramic chemistry at the Istituto Statale d’Arte per la Ceramica in Faenza, Italy. In 1967, she started her own ceramics studio in Skåne and throughout her career, she has worked as both a ceramics and glass designer. Råman worked for several distinguished Swedish glassworks before she began collaborating with Orrefors in the late 1990s. Today she is among the designers with the greatest significance for the development of Orrefors, and her elegant style continues to be an objective for the future.

Ingegerd Råman’s designs have earned multiple Excellent Swedish Design awards, and her work is represented at the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and Röhsska Museum in Gothenburg. Råman was awarded the title of professor in 1995 and in 1998, and she received the Prince Eugen Medal from HM King Carl XVI Gustaf.

In addition to product design, Ingegerd Råman has contributed to multiple interior design and architecture projects, such as the Embassy of Sweden in Washington, Karolinska Institutet’s Aula Medica in Stockholm and the addition to the Liljevalchs gallery, Liljevalchs+, which opened in Stockholm in 2021.

For Orrefors, Ingegerd Råman has designed the collections Cut in Number, Lumiere, Pond and more.