Mixing their professionalism, the furniture designer Maria Bruun and the architect Anne Dorthe Vester created an hybrid object, made of ceramics, brass and oak.
Objects of Use is the result of two worlds meeting. Two professions intertwining. Two people crossing, clashing and correlating.
Objects of Use is the fusion of the mind of an architect and hand of a designer, the hand of an architect and the mind of a designer.
It is a borderland, a hybrid. A place to ask what constitutes architecture and what justifies the label of design. A time to explore relations between and differences in space, function and action.
Objects of Use is an immediate meeting and a process. It is thinking as well as creating. The common ground is an intuitive approach, a technical knowledge and a professional craftsmanship.