The PAP Story
PAP (Premium Accessories by Pyk) is a leather goods company that features handmade products that are produced exclusively in Sweden. We believe that timeless design is always modern and that true beauty gets better with age. However, all our products are made to facilitate, complement and improve contemporary lifestyles. Our bags and covers are tailored to protect and carry the latest personal technology, lending a sense of style and character to your phones and computers at the same time as you shield them from wear and tear.
All our accessories are made with top quality Swedish and Italian leather with solid brass details. Each item has been meticulously crafted by skilled artisans in our factory outside Gothenburg Sweden. Our products are made with longevity in mind, we like to imagine that they will be passed on from generation to generation.
PAP Accessories is the brainchild of Ulf Pyk, a designer and artisan who has devoted his life to making meticulously crafted objects with a pure approach to form and function.
With a background in cabinet making, product design and interior architecture, Ulf has developed a deep love of material and craft. His vision for the PAP collection is to create a line of accessories that emphasizes high quality, clean lines and modern functionality.
The material itself is his inspiration, as the natural aging of the leather is reminiscent of the beauty of nature and the passing of time.
“My inspiration for PAP was to create a product that was an antidote to the cold and impersonal feeling of modern technology. I wanted the warm and organic sensation of leather to replace the cold feeling of a laptop aluminum shell,” says Ulf. The design process starts out with Ulf picking a soft and beautiful leather that inspires him. He then makes sketches of the design before creating a leather prototype, which is rigorously tested and adjusted. The last step is sourcing and selecting a hardware design that complements the product. Says Pyk; “I want my designs to feel good against the body, I want to create objects that nourish the senses and the soul.”