"Pig on the wings" belongs to a breed
anthropomorphic wood objects that like to infest homes. It is both a stool and an end table. Pig on wings has a very simple design, the inspiration for its shape can be found in the "traccia table" by
Meret Oppenheim, a masterpiece we respect very much. The challenge facing this project was to reduce manufacturing processes; to build an evocative and high quality item using few simple making steps.
This porcelain vases collection is a
research on aesthetic of industrial archeology. These vases draw attention to the cultural dimension of industrial architecture, highlighting the need for preservation of these buildings. The collection is a tribute to the work of two internationally renowned artists:
Bernd and Hilla Becher.
Rotational moulded polyethylene vase with ample, sinous shapes reminiscent of the stylised figure of a tulip. Combined with the Boyo vase, it may be placed to create great emotional impact in the environment, evoking a meadow of oversized flowers.
Capacious totem vase reminiscent of the
stylised figure of a natural element, such as a flower.
Combined with Harbo vase, it may be placed to create great emotional impact in the environment,
evoking a meadow of oversized flowers.