Be it “Switch”, “Curious” or “Turn”, with her objects Caroline Olsson often points to traditional crafts and ancient items and techniques. That said, she gives them a new twist, for example with her table called “Bambi” – its legs can fold inwards. Olsson prefers to work with materials like untreated wood, leather or hand-blown glass. Recently, Kunstmuseum Sønderjyllands in Tønder, Denmark, invited her along with four other young Nordic designers, to contribute to the exhibition marking the centenary of the birth of Hans J. Wegner. She came up with “Peacock”, a tea-light holder made of polished brass that is a refined, small-sized homage to Wegner’s “Peacock Chair”.