Lisa Berkert Wallard “eroded” cabinet

Lisa Berkert Wallard is a designer based in Stockholm, Sweden. She is a member of Cray Collective, a design and art collective based in Stockholm.

One of her most recognized works is Nate cabinet, a furniture pieces that pretends to exposure the efects of erosion, as the cabinet looks slowly eroded with time.

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“Lisa Berkert Wallard most recognized works is Nate cabinet, a furniture pieces that pretends to exposure the efects of erosion”  Lisa Berkert Wallard "eroded" cabinet Lisa Berkert Wallard eroded cabinet artists i lobo you

The creative process behind the idea required to create something that defines its purpose and character more than its appearance.  It is the story of how our creations come to life and how they affect – and are affected by – their environment.

The cabinet was part of the Is This It? by Beckmans College of Design exhibition during Greenhouse at the Stockholm Furniture Fair.

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“Lisa Berkert Wallard most recognized works is Nate cabinet, a furniture pieces that pretends to exposure the efects of erosion”  Lisa Berkert Wallard "eroded" cabinet Lisa Berkert Wallard eroded cabinet artists i lobo you4

This soft plastic vases were exhibited in Milan during Salone de Mobile 2014, together with Cray Collective.

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Another interesting installation in collaboration with Beckmans exhibs 1063 mops that were installed to create shapes in different parts of the dining hall at Berns Asiatiska during Stockholm design week 2011.

 

 

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