Mosaiik Chair by Annika Göransson

Mosaiik Chair by Annika Göransson

Annika Göransson, studerende ved Danmarks Designskole er klar med en ny loungestol, som hun præsenterer ved Stockholm Furniture Fair.

Stolen hedder Mosaiik Chair, og er bygget op over et metalgitter, som danner stolens form og hvori de mange tekstilovertrukne skumkuber isættes. Inspireret af de grafiske mønstre i en majskolbe. Bagsiden af stolen står som rå kontrast til forsiden, og afslører modigt hvordan stolen er opbygget.

Vi har tidligere skrevet en artikel om Annikas Ostrea Stol som du kan se HER.

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Mosaiik Chair by Annika Göransson - in english

Annika Göransson is a Swedish design student living in Copenhagen. She takes her Bachelor degree in Furniture- and Industrial design at the Danish Design School this summer. Annika strives to create products that raise curiosity and experimenting with structures is an important part of her work. Annika´s latest piece is called Mosaiik and is a lounge chair where a metal grid makes up the construction of the shell and also serves as a framework for the upholstering. Inspired by the structure of corn cobs and sunflower buds the upholstery is made up of 297 foam cubes. The cubes are spread and packed with the curving of the seat. By pressing the cubes through a wool fabric a smooth surface is created on top and a rough structure is formed on the back. By leaving the back uncovered, the user can experience the different structures created by the upholstering technique and also gain an understanding of how the seat is constructed. The simple silhuette of Mosaiik is complemented by a pattern that emphasize the square element of the furniture. The final result is a lounge chair created by a mosaic of soft cubes. Mosaiik will be exhibited at Stockholm Furniture Fair next week in the Greenhouse area. www.annikagoransson.com