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Be gentle to my curves

by Anne Brandhøj Hansen Denmark

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A curved pedestal by Anne Brandhøj Hansen with a gaping hole supports a combination of vertical and horizontal surfaces and, thus, resembles a bench. A pedestal usually supports an object in focus with no significant characteristics in itself. Here, the relationship is reversed and the pedestal is what attracts attention rather than what is on top of it.

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Anne Brandhøj (1984) graduated from KADK in 2017. She is working in the area within aesthetic and environmental sustainability. A part of aesthetic sustainability is to create furniture with an aesthetic expression that is durable over time. For example, using materials that, as they are being used will become more beautiful, and through that achieve a higher aesthetic value. By incorporating that the design will develop over time Anne’s attempt is to create furniture, which through strong and long-term relationships with its users, goes against a throw-away mentality because the user ultimately will consume less.
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