I have chosen to work on three different items that have a common feature they are all tabletop items. They are not connected by means of design or materials, but do look united when seen together. By choosing the same developing process for each of the items I could instill some common features for all of them - each piece has a small functional feature that has an aesthetic solution.all
A tea cup that operate as a hybrid between a cup and a pot. It would be used on a daily basis for a quick preparation of the tea for oneself. The shape of the cup would please the user because of its sculptural appearance and fine detailing.
A pencil case that is made out of wood feels natural and pleasing because of the natural pattern of the wood structure. The cylindrical shape ressembles the classic appearance of the item and unfolds the functions well in displaying the content.
A table lamp that is assembled out of two simple shapes: a bowl and a curved stick. It has an additional feature: stick functions for few minutes when removed from the bowl. The overall sculptural appearance of the shape gives an impression of simple solution that does not contain any unnecessary detailing.
Engineering part of the lamp was developed by Frank Hübner.
The cup was developed in collaboration with Rosenthal.