Bau Pendant Lamp designed by Vibeke Fonnesberg Schmidt
Vibeke Fonnesberg Schmidt graduated from The Danish Design School in 1994. She has mainly dealt with unique ceramic items ever since. Later she has actually begun to function a lot more with feature and timber as primary product. Vibeke Fonnesberg Schmidt developed the Bauhaus pendant lamp for Normann Copenhagen, this one is also constructed of timber.Vibeke F. Schmidt's viewpoint states: "Geometric kinds have always been the factor of retirement for my work. I believe building and composition are crucial for the last outcome and I am constantly difficult myself by breaking the alreadying existing frameworks.BauBau is a sculptural hanging light designed by Vibeke Fonnisbegr Schmidt, who has actually combined shade, make-up and geometric forms in a one-of-a-kind and creative style. The layout is based in interlacing geometric circles, sticking out in all directions. Bau has an instant pattern that is broken up by the discs' colors, dimensions and off-centre linkages, making the lamp living and organic in its expression.The professional Vibeke Fonnesberg Schmidt explains the style of the Bau pendant lamp:" When you change your position in connection with Bau, the tight geometric lines are broken. The sort of experience I desire individuals to have is to see the Bau lamp and question exactly what it appears like from the other side. It needs to appeal individuals's sense of curiosity."The Bau Pendant Lamp consists of Birch wood discs in the shades red, black, blue, white and yellow, and it is available in 2 various sizes. Furthermore a 4 meters cord and a customer's manual is featured in the shipment bundle.Recircle TableThe Recircle tables were developed for the Biennial of Fine art and Style at Trapholt Art Gallery 2009. The motif of the Biennial was sustainability. The tables are made of scrap timber and extra wood from furniture manufacturing. Each table is built of four or five circles slit into each other. The tables are decorated with computer system developed designs hand repainted with acrylic paints. The tables were later on shown at the Bright Environment-friendly Exposition in Copenhagen at the COP 15 December 2009.PolyPoly is a coat shelf in repainted timber made of wooden posts and rounds. 7 arms expand from a central ball, each ending in a round. With Poly I wanted to create a coat shelf with space for a number of things of clothing with a striking kind element and a simple graphic expression.TreeTREE is an upright coat shelf made of wood posts and balls. The suggestion is to have more Plants beside each other to develop a grove. Commonly corridors and entryways are very lengthy and slim and challenging to furnish, and this row of trees provides you the opportunity to use most of the wall area for hanging up your coats, scarfs, bags and stuff. You make use of the whole height of the wall surface - children use the lesser branches and the matured the higher branches.