Field of flowers (long winter poem)
by Louise Campbell

Field of flowers (long winter poem)

Hand-lino-printed paper, hand-cut, hand-folded and assembled by hand.

Lino-print paper with water-resistant finish

H 40 x W 255 x L 610 cm

Louise Campbell
Designer, b. 1970

Louise Campbell engages in both commercial and experimental design work, creating products of many different types and on very different scales. She does not restrict herself to a single medium but works in any material that makes sense in the given situation and offers form-related opportunities and challenges. She approaches every project as a new adventure and draws inspiration from a wide variety of sources, including the creative process itself. Her working process is both playful and intense, and when she takes on a topic she likes to explore it in depth, favouring longer, intensive processes over a larger number of more superficial projects.

Education and practice
1996 to date: own studio
1995: graduated from The Danish Design School (now Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design)
1992: graduated from the London College of Furniture

Selected clients
Zanotta, Baccarat, Royal Copenhagen, Georg Jensen, Louis Poulsen

Selected collections
MoMA, Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA
Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York, USA
Die Neue Sammlung, Munich, Germany
Musée National D‘Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris
The Design Museum, Habitare Collection, Helsinki

Selected grants and honours
2015: The Danish Arts Foundation’s Lifetime Honorary Award
2009: Prince Eugen Medal
2007: Bindesbøll Medal
2007: Bruno Mathsson Award
2004: The Finn Juhl Architectural Award

Selected exhibitions
2017: Everyday Life – Signs of Awareness, 21st Century museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan
2015: MINDCRAFT, Milan, Italy
2014: Guest of Honour at IMM Cologne, designer of Das Haus, Cologne, Germany
2013: MINDCRAFT, Milan, Italy
2009: ‘Blah, blah, blah’, solo exhibition, House of Denmark, Paris



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