Grapp - a chair that is obviously placed in a visual field of tension where a conscious play with voluminous curves and light appearance go hand in hand and create an exciting contrast.
The forms are neither angular or round, but they interact together, tempt and attract attention. The legs are retracted under the seat and give the chair its light grip despite the more comfortable body.
Does design really matter? Perhaps not – but for me it’s essential. It gives me a thrill to design forms and functions that are capable of moving people passionately and opening up new possibilities.
Passion for design is in my mind, soul and heart, wherever I go.
And my main inspiration is neo-scandinavian design, influenced by the vibes of London and the humor of Amsterdam, often with elements of fusion, resulting in materials and functions being combined in new and original ways, while always striving for a pure and simple look.