Carl Malmsten Made Me Do consists of four lamps, three chairs, a wall cabinet and a desk.
All photos are by David Ericsson.
Here's some more from the designer:
The Project: Carl Malmsten made me do it.
The aim with this work is to try to create processes and products deriving from humanist values.
I have developed a humanistic design manifesto that I relate to in my work and based on it, I make wise choices.
In order to verify the work process, I have tried to answer to various philosophical choices, choice of materials, choice of cultural values and choices in life that I have as a human being.
I have choosen material that the consumer can put in his compost after end of life.
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