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Thomas Bernstrand And His Indispensable Design Themes

Thomas Bernstrand And His Indispensable Design Themes

 

Thomas Bernstrand is a name to reckon with when it comes to attributes such as quality, durability and toughness. If you want quality and durability then Thomas's furniture is for you. His furniture design signifies tenacity and endurance- something that most designs lack today. His designs are known primarily for heavy duty use and only use but not just for display or for placing on a pedestal. Thomas Bernstrand is a Danish designer and is popular not only in his own country but across different parts of the world for the quality and long-lasting nature of his line of furniture designs. He was trained at The School of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm and Denmarks Designskole. So far throughout his career, Thomas has worked for several Swedish and other international projects. His work has attracted a lot of attraction all over the globe ever since his designs went on stage. He has successfully held exhibitions in one of world's important destinations including Collette in Paris and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Unlike most of the furniture that we use in the most customary manner, his furniture is meant to be used in a rather more intense manner. In this way, we can say that one can swing over from one thing of Thomas's furniture to another. Be  it flowerpots, lamps stands, towel hangers, notice boards, coat hangers or anything or everything that he designs, no matter how harshly you use them, they can withstand. You can dismantle them too in other words, though not literally, just to express the furniture strength. Unlike most designers who say their furniture is not just a piece of design to lure the eyes, he says so through his designs.

The first thing that Thomas thinks of when he enters his design studio is not, what to design today? But, what to design so one can relax bounce or work in? He thinks verbs while at work, and not nouns, actions but not typologies. What is on paper is just an archetypical portrait. His design is more in a deconstructed form, something similar to things replaced during the creation process. His designs are so simple in appearance and he doesn't even run behind stylistic preferences by compromising on the quality. This attitude certainly requires a great deal of discipline and his products simply cannot be left preening in a corner. They are meant to be used in public in an urban environment customized, honest, humorous, etc, something that most other designs lack.

Thomas's products not only look strong but make us feel that they can be used to the fullest forever. The toughness shows in whatever he's designed, be it chairs, tables or other seating furniture and holders. His products include chairs, tables, park benches, pendant wall, litter bins, ladders, sunshades, shelves and a host of products that are of immense use to the people. His products not only serve the utility but are meant to be there for you until you get look for something and sell off to buy something new.