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Concretely Happy – design Jonatan Nilsson

Bild   •   Apr 11, 2018 09:51 CEST

Concretely Happy is a project that experiments with concrete as a material, examining the need for a figurative narrative and stressing the importance of materiality in architecture and design. The starting point was the transition from 1920s neo-classicism to functionalism in Sweden. Techniques that I have used include pigmentation and laying the material bare, as well as a technique for creating reliefs that I have developed myself. My ambition with the project Shifting Shape was to create a flexible mold for glassblowing. I wanted to create a method where you don’t have to go through the time consuming and expensive process of making a completely new mold in order to obtain a new shape. I ended up designing a machine constructed in sheet metal in which you can fasten different shapes of wood
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