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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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04 Articles about Erik Jørgensen and Louise Campbell
One chair wasn’t enough for him
Young designers can still learn a lot from him, even if this year Hans J.
Wegner would have turned 100. On the occasion of his anniversary, Christian
Holmsted Olesen has dedicated an insightful book to the life, work and
approach of the exceptional designer.
A new Nordic perspective
And we continue our explorations at "3DaysofDesign" in Copenhagen to find out if it's really true the Danes produce their wares sustainably and in their own country.› To the article
In the good-life lab
As regards design, Denmark certainly has its finger on the pulse of things. Is this anything more than a re-edition of Danish Modernism? Are objects being made sustainably inside Denmark? A trip to “3DaysofDesign” in Copenhagen provides the answers.› To the article