Three tabletop objects – lamp, wooden pencil case and tea cup/pot – explore sculptural, minimal shapes adapted to diverse functions.
Table lamp - assembled out of two simple shapes: a bowl and a stick. The bowl feels natural on tabletop and works as a holder for light stick, pencils or other items. The light stick can be moved around easily directing the light.
Pencil case - breaks into waves to display the content. It resembles solid wood cylinder when is closed and transforms sculpturally and functionally when it is open.
Tea cup - a sentimental object, this type of item is touched constantly, played with in ones hands. It consists of 3 parts: the cup, the tea strainer and the lid. The lid and the tea strainer can be moved and flipped creating a different sculpture every-time it is recombined.
By questioning stereotype, aesthetic and functional aspects a special plot is created which works as an extraordinary feature making the item special for the user.
Graduation project at The Royal Danish Academy
Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation
Featured in Wallpaper Graduate Directory 2016