The Torsten and Wanja Söderberg Prize is awarded annually to "an active Nordic designer or craftsman". The prize is administered by the Röhsska Museum and is worth 1 million SEK. The money comes from the foundation established by the brothers Torsten and Ragnar Söderberg, founders of the Swedish iron and steel wholesale company Söderberg and Haak.
- 1994 Jane Reumert, Denmark
- 1995 Liv Blåvarp, Norway
- 1996 Brita Flander, Finland
- 1997 Mats Theselius, Sweden
- 1998 Louise Sass, Denmark
- 1999 Nordic design writers: Aðalsteinn Ingólfsson, Iceland; Kaj Kalin, Finland;John Vedel-Rieper, Denmark; Jorunn Veiteberg, Norway; and Kerstin Wickman, Sweden
- 2000 Peter Opsvik, Norway
- 2001 Björn Dahlström, Sweden
- 2002 HC Ericson, Sweden
- 2003 Sigurdur Gústafsson, Iceland
- 2004 Janna Syvänoja, Finland
- 2005 Anna Rosén, Cynthia Charwick, Maria Uggla, Maria Widell Christiansen, Camilla Palmertz, Eva-Lisa Andersson, Elna Holmberg, Lena Ekelund and Tatiana Butovitsch Temm, Sweden
- 2006 Ole Jensen, Denmark
- 2007 Norway Says; Torbjørn Anderssen, Andreas Engesvik and Espen Voll, Norway
- 2008 Steinunn Sigurðardóttir, Iceland
- 2009 Harri Koskinen, Finland
- 2010 Front: Sofia Lagerkvist, Charlotte von der Lancken and Anna Lindgren, Sweden
- 2011 Henrik Vibskov, Denmark
- 2012 Sigurd Bronger, Norway
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