Jenny Nordberg Produces Hand-made Furniture Pieces In Less Than Five Minutes

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Stockholm 2015: Swedish industrial designer Jenny Nordberg created every item of furnishings in her newest assortment by hand in under five minutes (+ film).

3 to 5 Minutes by Jenny Nordberg

Nordberg needed to investigate no matter whether it is attainable to hand-make fascinating furnishings things at mass-manufacturing speeds.


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The 3 to five Minutes assortment comprises two armchairs with cushions, a little trolley and a dining table with 4 chairs.

3 to 5 Minutes by Jenny Nordberg

The designer commenced with a variety of materials such as pre-reduce Valchromat engineered wood, locally sourced pre-cut pine, examine clay that does not need firing, linseed oil and lacquer – all of which can be identified in a large-street hardware store.

3 to 5 Minutes by Jenny Nordberg

Nordberg fabricated the total collection in less than an hour, utilizing straightforward hand equipment.

3 to 5 Minutes by Jenny Nordberg

“The discussion about whether or not velocity and handmade goes with each other or not is delicate,” Nordberg advised Dezeen. “Numerous crafters really dislike velocity but for me it can be interesting. Pace is not automatically the opposite of skill.”

3 to 5 Minutes by Jenny Nordberg

The collection was made from planks of Valcromat, which were screwed together to produce boxy shapes.

3 to 5 Minutes by Jenny Nordberg

An angled element sits with the frame of a chair to kind a back rest, even though the seat is made from a thin pine plank that contrasts with the mottled grey boards.

3 to 5 Minutes by Jenny Nordberg

Clay was added to the arms to soften the sharp corners and create handles for lifting and carrying the light-weight layout.

3 to 5 Minutes by Jenny Nordberg

The trolley looks equivalent to the chair, with a central pine shelf echoing the seat.

3 to 5 Minutes by Jenny Nordberg

The assortment was informed by useful concerns of how it could be created inside the timeframe.

“The layout, supplies and particulars are all the consequence of the lack of time,” said Nordberg. “For example – the coating does not cover the whole surface, details are handful of and imperfect, assembly screws are noticeable and the design is restrained. This type of aesthetic would never ever have occurred if I had had oceans of time.”

3 to 5 Minutes by Jenny Nordberg

This task follows Nordberg’s previous collection, for which she manufactured tableware and add-ons in just three to five seconds, which includes candle holders created from the very same swift-drying ceramic clay.

The most current assortment was launched earlier this month at Stockholm Furniture Honest as part of Twelve – an exhibition of work by a dozen designers curated by Disengo editor-in-chief Johanna Agerman Ross.

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