Luminous Shapes no 04

by Stine Mikkelsen Denmark

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 19x37x85
Open Editions Material : Composite
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Luminous Shapes is an ongoing collection investigating how people understand and interpret experimental product design. When presenting sculptural furniture, people often ask for the function of the objects. In this collection, the first phase is to make sculptures. After finding the right shapes, light sources are placed. Some objects will have a clear reference to already known types of lamps, while others will be more experimental and question if the object is a lamp, only based on the presence of the bulb.

The lighting objects are made in a composite material developed by the studio, based on crushed granite and fish glue.

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Weight 25 kg
Dimensions 96 × 48 × 38 cm
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Stine Mikkelsen is a Copenhagen-based material researcher and manipulatorworking within the field of experimental product design. With a background in textile design, materials have a primary role for her in boththe process as well as the final objects. Through challenging and refining methodsfrom this field, unexpected things occur which lead to new ways of making and producing. Through this, she not only challenges the way we understand textile andproduct design, she also modernises the notion of crafts.

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