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The bees have survived the winter

Hurray, the bees in the Biotope project have survived the winter!! Thank you Morten Plesner for your great work with insulating the beehive and installing the bees.

Architektur

My project Biotope has a page in the Austrian magazine Architektur. Issue 08. December 2018.


Sirin

We are happy to announce that our new porcelain lamps called “HJERMIND six & seven” now are available at Sirin in Copenhagen. Visit the shop for their fine selection of design and art books. The address is Gammel Kongevej 103.


The Observatory

Munkeruphus Art Institution have asked me to design a proposal for an architectural landmark in the adjacent park. The proposal is called “The Observatory”. I am very excited about this and I look forward to show you more.


Proces – from ceramic to architectural model

Proces for developing a project proposal for Munkeruphus Exhibition Space.
1. Clay model made on a 24 hour long site visit.
2. Further clay studies in my studio in Nordhavn.
3. Construction pattern drawn on the final clay model.
4. 3d scan and pattern recreated with parametric vector lines.
5. Computer model simulating the structural shells and their materials.

Biotope

Our new project called Biotope is now online under projects. See images and a desriction here.


Site images from building the Biotop

Site images from late spring when we were building the Biotop. A big thanks to those who helped with the project:Vilmer Jensen, Thomas Bentsen, Morten Plesner, Lorenz Sedlmeyr and Tobias Melin.
And a special thanks to “Områdefornyelsen Fuglekvarteret” for the support


Residence in Lofoten

A two week residence @ NNKS Kunstnerhuset in Svolvær, Lofoten, Norway.

The mountains in Lofoton has fascinated me for a long time and finally I got to experience them. For two weeks I was watching and walking in, on and around the formations of the mountains. I made clay sketches of these formations. For some particular shapes of the mountains I felt a special interest. My concern was not an intellectual understanding of this interest, rather I tried to connect this immediately interest with my hands forming the clay. In this way I wanted to explore the feeling of relation between me and certain formation of the mountains. Feelings of relations fixed into pure form. This study will become useful in my work with my organic shaped structures and relations between them, people and places. Back in my studio I will explore these ceramic sketches in relation to my structural pattern making.