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My name is Johanna Paulsson.
I work in the field of furniture, product and spatial design.
My inspiration comes mostly from everyday objects and forms around us.
I am passionate about experimenting with materials and finding new expressions often in a playful, graphic and modern way.
Bachelor degree in Industrial Design, KADK
Master degree in Product Design, KADK
Wauhaus Industrial design, COOP
Henning Larsen Architects; model workshop
Jerszy Seymour Design workshop; production assistent
Awards and exhibtion
FSC top 10 exhibtion With INCASE storage table, Herning and KBH
Innovation award, Best Innovative product. 2nd prize winner.
Exhibtion: Reflection in Actio...
2012 Danmarks designskole
Danmarks designskole glas grunduddannelsen
2005 Rigsglasskolen i Orrefors
Metafora kunstskole Barcelona
Tegneskolen i Ryesgade
produktdesign samt produktudvikling
samarbejde på kryds af faglighed
What interest me as newly graduated Industrial Designer, is the meeting of form and material. It happens when the material is expressed in relation to the form and context. I work a lot in furniture, interiors and jewelry. In the last couple of years i have had a need to explore ceramic as an material, and that had leads me to interesting projects. In the future you will see me work more with it and combine it in new ways.
Grafisk Design, Krabbesholm Højskole.
Visuel Kommunikation, Danmarks Designskole.
I'm fascinated by the landscape. The local pocket park on Nørrebro and the drained meadows on Kalvebod Fælled; both strongly move me. I'm dedicated to improve the spaces that tie our cities together and how to make new connections and correlations.
The landscape for me, is whatever scale our common space of experiences. The landscape should therefor mirror the variability; mirror changes in society and the way of living.
I'm fascinated by the meeting between the person and the garment, the creative act that occurs when you get dressed. This is the central point of my design. I avoid adding specific values in the garments such as male/female, shirt/dress, up/down. Instead I'm trying to make an exciting tool to explore fashionable silhouettes on the body.
Except for this I'm a storytelling person. I always want to create exclusive values to my design by connecting them a story you can relate to.
My favorite pro...