CAKE is a drink-cabinet you can take anywhere, totaly made of acrylic-spill from factories. The goal has been to give the material a new signification and present opportunities factory spill that gets thrown away every day holds.
KETTLE is a weight for the home where the user gets to decide on their use. The product is available for training, decorating the bookcase or stopping a door from closing. KETTLE does not only work as a piece of jewelry for the home but also wants to pay attention to how products do not always have to be self-evident.
CAKE and KETTLE are both colabs with the talented designer My Axelsson
Photos: Malin Falk
This project examined what Swedish design-students associate with “good Scandinavian taste“ and used the opposites essences of their experiences in making this table and stool
Photography: Elin Aldén
The idiom of this cabinet was taken from visual extremes. The main focus was shape and colours. In the cabinet i let angular shapes interact with round ones and when it came to colour i chose red and green to opose and complement each other.
Photo: Elin Aldén
The design of the product aims to find a balance between the round and angular shapes. with both a light but stable hardness and weight of the substrate. The LED is mounted in the foot and is directed to an adjustable mirror that reflects the light to a selected surface.
This stool was inspired by breakups. It visualises two pair of legs that lean towards different directions, witholding storageroom for hidden, forgotten and treasured things.
Photo: Elin Aldén
These end-tables are paraphrases of the ”Tahiti-lamp” by Ettore Sottsass. I chose to interpret the meetings and structures of different materials and colours.