Lines and curves are essential elements of geometry that shape the visual composition of an object. These elements can add a sense of movement, rhythm and dynamism - as well as abstraction - defining not only the functionality (or non-functionality) of the object, but also its cultural expression that contributes to a surrounding atmosphere.
A dialogue between all participants will introduce you to Lines & Curves on Saturday 18th September at 3pm. Join us for this occasion to get an insight to the thoughts and ambitions of designers and artists Homefolks, Eser Güngör & Cecilia Sjöholm.
Homefolks is a cross-disciplinary design practice founded by Zoe Imber and Romain Parize. Lines & Curves displays parts of their first collection.
Designer Eser Güngör has designed the Munari Collection or this year’s LDF & IDD, inspired by the Italian designer Bruno Munari and his interest in geometry.
Artist and architect Cecilia Sjöholm explores daydreams and memories through forms and colours, where abstract configurations communicate narratives and colour represents states of being.