Info: The colours are made by a research of natural colours from food. The colours change because og the PH-value in the concrete.
Type: Light / Installation
Date: June 2016
Material: Cow Intestines
We already value the milk, meat, skin and tongue of a cow. But what about the intestines? Interested in making use of the unused, Kathrine Barbro Bendixen found a ”second life” for these unloved innards. “Inside Out” is a man-made lamp with an animal-made material and shape. It compromises 50m of cleaned, inflated intestines from a single cow. The twist is natural and shaped by the cow, as is the white mother-of-pearl sheen. Man-made LED tube lights inserted inside to give an x-ray looking glow and exaggerated the details of the intestines. As the air slowly escapes overtime, the lamp – like the cow produces it – will perish. The design is meant for sustainable restaurants; with their new dishes they may also have to introduce new lights.
Date: June 2016
Info: Paper Den about making a room in a room without a wall. Paper Den is creating a private space but without cutting you off from whats happening. It is also a research in paper foldings and how the foldings reacts in different shapes. They are reinforced by the paper in the books from Eindhoven Library. The library is changing into a more digital world which means that books are being burned and thrown out. By placing the Paper den at for example a library it is bringing back the paper to the library.
Info: Diamond is challenging the behaviour of a standard cup. How you drink and hold the cup. It is made with and without a handle.
Date: January 2014
Info: Seasonal Colours is explaining the seasons in colours by a standing metal construction. When you move around the installation the colour scheme changes and thereby the season change.
Location: Stadhuisplein, Eindhoven, NL
Date: June 2014
Info: All tableware is turned on the turning table. They are turned with a technique that makes each one unique and organic shaped. The shape and colour study is referring to the atolls at the Maldives.
Info: Extending Gravity is inspired by hot air balloons and how the strings are connecting the air and the ground.
Date: June 2011
Material: Ply wood and chip wood
Info: Wood is two chairs with the idea of using "cheap" wood and using simple shapes that is in contrast to each other. "Nice-person-ugly-face" is a light chair that you can sit 2 people on. You can turn the chair 90 degrees and in total have 3 different seating heights. "Slum Rock" is a heavy covered rocking chair where all the connection and the prints on the wood is visible. Everything is Raw.