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Louise Campbell
To be continued
Michael Bjørn Nellemann, June 22, 2009
Louise Campbell_To be continued/Collage, 2004
Louise Campbell_To be continued/Collage, 2004
 
Louise Campbell’s work is playful and experimental, and is increasingly gaining a reputation for gently twisting not only every day objects and situations, but also materials and manufacturing processes in new directions. The combination of Scandinavian rationalism and femininity, and perhaps her dual nationality, give the works of Louise Campbell an unusual edge. Illustrating contrasts seem to be an issue, that keeps returning in work. The Prince Chair from 2002, produced by HAY, combines a very personal expression with extremely high tech manufacturing methods. ‘Leave your Mark’, also from encourages visitors to waiting rooms to rid themselves of their fears, sense of anonymity and aggressions through literally carving their way through the supplied furniture. The design of the Danish Minister of Cultures front office from 2005, represents a refreshing view on how a highly stressful and chaotic office can be transformed into an cosy, clearly comprehensible and nonetheless effective space.

Louise Campbell_To be continued/Maison
Louise Campbell_To be continued/Maison
 
Louise Campbell_To be continued/Campbell pendant, 2004
Louise Campbell_To be continued/Campbell pendant, 2004
 
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