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With clear references to childhood Louise Campbell's Seesaw is both playful and inviting. Characteristic of Louise Campbell's design the seesaw has an element of dream and magic about it. The surprising form challenges normal expectations of up-holstered furniture and offers functions that one does not usually associate with interior design. Seesaw is equally suited for brainstorming as informal chat. Dialogue occurs quite naturally, since you have to be two people to find the balance on Seesaw, and breaking out in a smile is never far away once you have seated yourself.
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Female success beyond embroidered cushions
There is a noticeably large number of women in design in Scandinavia. From Nanna Ditzel to Front Design, female designers have always played an important role in Nordic countries. Does this have something to do with design style? Or is it quite simply a question of equality?
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The exhibition entitled "Ideen sitzen / Ideas that sit well" at Hamburg's Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe invites visitors to peruse chairs, armchairs and sofas. The tour of the museum swiftly morphs into a voyage of discovery through the history of interior design, if not even the history of ideas and cultural history of recent decades.