The 2009 master degree show from the School of Industrial Design at Lund University, Sweden.
|Anna Olstam/ Carl Nordenskjöld/ Cecilia Wahlberg/ Dan Nordlund/ Fredrik Hyltén-Cavallius/ Ingrid Louise Magnusson/ Jonna Backman/ Jacob von Matern/ Jaroslav Jurica/ Kajsa Ericsson/ Lena Brantmark/ Karl-Johan Hjerling/ Kristofer Eriksson/ Linn Källgren/ Oskar Daniel/ Maria Johansson/ Matilda Nordgård/Sofia Ohlsson/ Susanna Löfgren/ Snorri Valdimarsson/ Therese Broberg/ Tomas Johansson/ Semele Sangla/ Patrik Nilsson|
Interior objects that encourages adoption and alteration and therefore will accompany the user through life.
The diploma work represents my thoughts around life-long usage and how to erase the boundaries between aids and interior.
‘Famntag’ is a wall-hung ring with an inviting and iconic shape that encourage different usage and functions.
With traditional support handle as a starting point, which often carries negative associations - I want to create an object that expresses more warmth, elegance and kindness.
‘Räckvidd’ is a clothes hanger, which facilitates accessibility and handling of your clothes, as well as offering vertical storage that in turn offers more space. ‘Räckvidd’ was created based on my thoughts around
everyday routines and changes in life.