During an internship at Indicum interior architects in 2021, I was in charge of curating and organising an exhibition to launch Indicum Studio, their brand new, explorational design program which exists to provide space for creative and artistic exploration.
In this project I chose to paint my own paintings. My paintings, which were the starting point for the exhibition, show an interpretation of Indicum’s work process in concept development. In line with Indium’s work process, I developed four different concepts, which I then interpreted in the form of paintings. I then chose to further develop two of the concepts that resulted in a painting each. The final concept became a mixture of these two concepts and resulted in two paintings titled “Forever Lost In Clown Land”.
The spatial design emerged with a starting point and inspiration taken from my paintings. Participating artists and their design objects were specifically chosen to let a vision of colour, texture and form emerge from a two-dimensional to a three-dimensional space.
Participating artist: Emma Vo, Cecilia Tjärnberg, Linus Fridén, Klara Sandsjö and Anna Harström.
A big thank you also goes to Straight Design Studio and Ludvig Svensson Textiles who contributed with products to the exhibition.
During an exchange term, at the School of Architecture at Chalmers University in 2021, we had an assignment to draw a townhouse on a 105 sqm lot located in central Gothenburg. The house should be sustainable, accessible, contain at least 40 sqm solar cells, and, without extensive renovations, be suitable for different types of households.
My ambitions were, with the help of design and materials, to create sustainable and healing environments for people. In order to create a sustainable house, I chose to use recycled and natural materials where possible while remaining maintenance-free, and creating an ambience of near-nature experience.
During the project I also explored the balance between the two opposing concepts of “open” and “private”. I wanted to create a home with large, open, bright and social areas for the residents to socialise in, while at the same time create both rooms and façade that feel private and give little visibility from the outside.