11 June, 2010

‘Blah, Blah, Blah’ by Louise Campbell

‘Blah, Blah, Blah’ meeting room interior concept, like all the designs by Louise Campbell, is characterized by poetic, subtle, feminine attention to detail and seems to play with graphic outlines. The meeting room was created for Gl. Strand, Danish fine-art exhibition hall in the heart of Copenhagen in 2008. 

"Focus is on the enormous amount of words used during meetings, of which only a fraction are truly useful." 

Louise Campbell established her own studio in 1996, and works mainly with furniture and lightning design for companies such as Louis Poulsen, Zanotta, HAY, Royal Copenhagen, Holmegaard, Stelton, Muuto and Interstop.

At Copenhagen studio three guidelines rule: 
always start from scratch - find the core of the issue - dare to be different.

www.louisecampbell.com



10 comments:

  1. Wow, you have a great blog. how inspirational! I love design, all forms of design.

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  2. Biana, thanks a lot and welcome :)

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  3. wow, your blog is full of amazing pictures!

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  4. Thank you for your comment on my blog!
    Your blog is so beautiful!!
    I love.

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  5. Too funny! Keep on talking!

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  6. This concept of all of these 'words' in a meeting space is so interesting. How artistic! And aren't those herringbone floors amazing!! I drool over them.
    Nancy

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  7. trochę "przegadany dizajn" ;D ale bardzo interesujący ;) to dla mnie bardzo inspirujące, że wyszukujesz takie przykłady! zawsze z uwagą śledzę tego bloga. pozdrawiam

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  8. Oh I adore nice font styles...and love everything with fonts! Great style and your blog is fantastic!

    Have a blissful Sunday...cheers: Evi

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  9. Gosh it is quiet amazing - so hillarious sense of humor. Sometimes I think myself isn't it the point of being good artist? Of course after the courage.

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  10. Mikołaj, you made me think, as always... I suppose the courage is more difficult than the ability to think abstract. Dare to be different :)

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