Chaga Shelf
by Olle Sahlqvist Sweden

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This shelf is a standout piece from the GROWN HOUSE project by Olle Sahlqvist. Drawing architectural inspiration from traditional Japanese tea houses, the construction features panels made from birch and mushroom composites. Designed with the intent to store tea or sake, this shelf reflects the project’s commitment to natural materials and minimalist aesthetics.

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Olle Sahlqvist studied for a bachelor’s in product design at HDK-Valand in Gothenburg. In his degree project named Biomimicry Furniture Design Sahlqvist addressed the climate crisis, which we are dealing with in different ways on an individual level. In Sahlqvist’s opinion, we need to create a stronger relationship with nature to become more empathetic to it. By getting closer to nature's materials and expressions we will become involved in nature's well-being. In 2022 Sahlqvist was represented in the Ex-Works 2022 exhibition at the Museum of Furniture Studies with two objects from the project Invite Nature. The Bark stool taken over by nature's forgotten material, the bark which defends the trees' inner structure. The Fungi shelf with walnut back and fungi shelving bark boards formed after the mushroom's biological structure.
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