Bake me a cake Lamp designed by Morten & Jonas
Morten & Jonas are 2 people collaborating as a style team within the industries of furniture design and indoor design. Both are informed with a Masters degree in layout from the Bergen Academy of Art and Design in Norway. The designers are located in the heart of Bergen at USF Verftet where they deal with both social associated work and industrial tasks and manufacturers, often attempting to interconnect and link these two worlds."We have actually experienced some success regarding our work to the Norwegian correctional solutions where we presently are working with exactly how we could use layout as a tool to create and enhance their manufacturing tasks. With this lamp task we would like to develop an object that has a sense of humor, a beautiful form and a story that gives the customers some thoughts possibly, and hopefully a smile on their faces.".Bake me a cakeBake me a cake is a spirited and charming table light made out of oak lumber and smoked colored glass. Just lift up the glass to alter the bulb. The light portrays a dim lighting. Bake me a cake will be made by the inmates in a Norwegian jail near to Bergen, with an unique collaboration between the designers, Kriminalomsorgen area vest (the Norwegian correctional solutions) and Northern Lights. The target is to develop a first class layout manufacturing inside Norwegian prisons where we test the prisoners' methods of acting and assuming. The job name comes from the traditional tale concerning "the cake with the documents" from the cartoon globe wherein mum adds a data into the cake she cooks for her put behind bars precious kid to assist him leave. The project aims to create purposeful tasks for offenders, while still staying behind bars.DerrikThe shape of the couch is inspired by the different hight degrees in the norwegian landscape. The sofa are composed of moduls that could be put together to make a landscape in a room.LOCKED/TOGETHERDining furnishings constructed of solid oak. The furniture is the visual result of the master task" Behind bars in Vik" from 2011. How can develop be used as an aid to promote and urge greater satisfaction, strength and positive thinking amongst prisoners in norwegian prisons? Using conventional strategies from cabinet-making, the dining-room furnishings designs are indicated for an outside market. By reconnecting mandatory obligations with actual application, real usage, the task aims to show a career and beneficial abilities to inmates, improving their self-esteem and future potential customers.