It’s been a while since I’ve designed some new textiles. There’s a reason for that : At the moment I’m taking a study to become an interior designer. I know I can be more helpfull to my clients if I also have the skills of an interior designer. So far I only get very good grades for my homework, but things are getting more difficult. Dressing-up a room is one thing, learning about constructions, floors, technical drawings and knowing all type of walls is another thing. So I hope I can keep-up my good grades. But most important of all….. I LIKE IT. I’M HAVING FUN DESIGNING.
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The bookshelf I had to design had to have at least 3 form principles (f.i. rythme, waves, lines, folding, etc…..). My teacher told me it was a very good design, but he would separate the high and the lower part so you could place them separately (or combined) in a room. The bookshelf is made of oak with a pen-hole connection. The sides and top are made of brushed aluminum. On top is a magazine rack of folded aluminum. The bookshelf is 3 m long and 1.6 m high.