The name refers to the soft quality of the light and the materiality-softness of the shade. The use of fabric gives a warmth and mild impression.
Three fabric types with different features and translucency, creates the shade. Together they make a reflector, an outer texture and a diffuser. The thin diffusing layer at the bottom materialise the light and makes it alive, due to movement in the feather-light fabric. Benefits by using fabrics are lower footprint during shipping and improved acoustic during use.
All textiles are made by flame retardant material.
Keep is a table assembled with leftovers materials. Designed together with Anders Johnsson and in production by Danish design company Muuto.
The Wind Wall
Winner of the competition for a public artwork to Malmö Live (hotel, conference and concert hall) located in the citycenter of Malmö, Sweden. The installation will be realized 2015-2016.
Designed together with Jens Vium Skaarup and Joshua Morrison.
A 3.5 meter long bench in that is so light that you can carry it on one had, yet strong enough to sit on. Available in ash or oak and price on request.
Wall mounted storage unit. Collaboration with Sam Weller and Nic Wallenberg under the name Studiobject.
Mold is made by leftovers veneers-slivers. Designed with Anders Johnsson
In Wire- Table
Three different versions of a table concept where a metal wire basket both provides structure and storage. Designed in collaboration with Sam Weller and Nic Wallenberg under the name Studiobject.
Making Money in Milan
Money was originally created as an object with an intrinsic value, whether perceived or by materiality, to help with inclusive trade. Today an increasingly impersonal, intangible and cheap symbolic form of this idea is mass produced and circulated among us.
Set in Milan 2012, during the Furniture Fair - the largest trade fair of its kind in the world - Petter Thörne, Nic Wallenberg and Sam Weller decided to take things into their own hands, cutting out this industry, using their design and 'craft' skills to create their own money. In a process of haphazard craft where they are melted, cast and mauled pewter into coins with a bespoke set of tools.