Born in Stockholm, Ingegerd Råman was trained under Carl Malmsten and later at the University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. In Faenza, Italy, she studied ceramic chemistry. Ingegerd Råman has a successful career as a glass designer, initially at the Johansfors and later Orrefors where she became one of the most influential designers. Ingegerd Råman has been awarded the title of Professor by the Swedish government, and the Prince Eugen Medal by HM The King Carl XVI Gustaf. She has also received the Excellent Swedish Design award on several occasions. Moreover, she has worked with the architect Gert Wingårdh on projects such as the Swedish Embassy in Washington and the Aula Medica building at the Karolinska Institute outside Stockholm. Today, she is one of Sweden’s most beloved and most highly respected designers.