I Want To See My Mountains Divan by Lovisa Hansson
by Ted Savage / April 15, 2014
Beuys-inspired: I Want To See My Mountains Divan by Lovisa Hansson, "a base for relaxation and reflection," is inspired by the work of German artist Joseph Beuys, and his first room-size installation of the same name (Voglio vedere le mie montagne), with shape taken from the Swiss Alps.

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Details: In felt, polyether, and plywood. Beuys named his installation after the words of Italian painter, Giovanni Segantini, who asked on his deathbed in Switzerland to be moved the window to see the Alps. Beuys said, "When I make an environment called voglio vedere le mie montagne I mean an inner archetype of the idea of mountain: the mountains of the self."


I Want To See My Mountains Divan with the Nothing To Hide Cabinet, also by Lovisa Hansson

Designer: Lovisa Hansson studied furniture and spatial design at the Danish Design School (Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design), restored ceiling paintings in Swedish castles and churches, and currently works as a furniture and product designer in Malmö, Sweden.

Source: Photos by Jens Nordström.


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