The project ”Fraction”, from latin fractus – broken.
The work Fragment, is a spatial representation of my emotional life and a symbol of a crucial period in my life. A space that is open and transparent and at the same time filled with emptiness, something thats lets in but also keeps out. A black box hides a key to a box, which symbolically stores something I choose to keep and keep private.
The materials I choose to work with are nordic birch, light and dense, smoked oak veneer and industry-blown clear glass. The project took me 250 hours and is my journeyman piece – a certificate of craftsmanship – and it is reviewed by The Swedish Craftcouncil.
This stool originates from the classic construction of a three leded stool that will stand steady on a uneven ground. The craftmanship behind the production is visibel in the smal details.
The material in the stool is nordic birch, a threaded rod in steel and a nut in bronze.
The price for the stool is: 3500 kr
For surfacetreatment I usually use a light white waxoil or a furniture soap.
Glad, glänta, glänsa
The inspiration for this piece originates from a glade in the woods.
The forest have not always been perceived as a peaceful place as it is seen today. The deep woods could be dark and uncertain place to travel trough and then the glades were then a sunlit place to rest. So the opening in the center of the furniture could be a place where you put something valuable.
The material in the piece is maple and birch.
The sloeberry cabinete.
The cabinets outside is thorny as the sloeberry bush and the material is nordic pine.