Interior design inspired by Marc Rothko, the brilliance of Dieter Rams and Danish Design.
My work brings me into contact with different spaces and building constantly. I love to learn and to get inspired by all the different shapes, materials and techniques, different spaces and structures offer.
Like most of us, I constantly think about how my perfect home should be constructed, work and look like on day. In this process, of understanding the desires, wants and needs Michael and myself are haveing towards a home, it’s fair to say that we are restless. We constantly change the look and layout of our (very small) apartment. The idea of building a home that can’t be changed based on our ever changing needs or desires is almost scary. Building a structure that will more or less stay that way for the next 10, 20 or 30 years, I know is common, but would it not be so much more exciting if you could build a structure where every wall can be moved freely?!
Industrial metal frame structure
Driven by this idea we came across industrial building techniques. By building the core structure out of a metal frame, the home we would like to build would need no load bearing walls. This would allow us to move and create walls however we would like or need them.
Industrial, modern, and functional
Inspired by this way of building, I started to sketch how my perfect living room could look like. Drawing inspiration from some of my all time favorite designers like Dieter Rahm, Hans J. Wegner and artist Marc Rothko.
- Mark Rothko Untitled Artwork from 1955
- Saarinen Table Oval by Knoll
- The Regalsystem 606 by vitsoe
- String Light designed by Michael Anastassiades for FLOS
- Wishbone chair designed by Hans J. Wegner for for Carl Hansen & Søn
- Pumpkin Chair by Pierre Paulin for Ligne Roset
- Blue mirror by Mirror Coop
- AC Globle lamp by ZWEI Design
- Stelton EM77
I hope this little interior illustration inspired you to think of different ways to create a space.