HUSK - Bench

by Ragna Ragnarsdottir

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Estimated production time: 4 weeks

Dimension LxWxH (cm): 90x35x45
Unique Pieces Material : Resin, Walnut wood
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By working in the intersection of design, art, craftsmanship and production, the designer explores new creative processes. Ragnarsdóttir is constantly looking for innovative ways to mix materials with the mission to create interactivity between the product and the user.

Husk Bench is made by poring layers of coloured resin in a mold making each piece unique. The material is strengthen by using layers of fiberglass and wooden walnut legs. The item is hand made in by the Designer in her studio.

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Weight 20 kg
Dimensions 105 × 45 × 25 cm
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Ceramics and Stoneware

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About the designer


Ragna Ragnarsdottir (born 1988 in Iceland) graduated with honors from Ensci Les Atelier in 2016. Working around the intersection of design, art, craftsmanship, and production she explores a creative process that enables the design of objects more intuitively. Instead of designing objects from existing industrial or craft techniques, she searches for new processes where the design is a direct result of the production. Always working with accessible materials she takes care of mixing opposite mediums, using materials in untypical ways or making them take an opposite look where the result is a particular product or installation. With her experimental approaches, she hopes to create a positive interaction between the user and the product.

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