Objects you keep around the studio for inspiration: “Gunnar and I are quite different there. He collects art and has a cache of beautiful things that inspire him curated in his space. I live a more monastic existence, with nothing but a clock and a clothing rail in my room, and two modest but handsome pieces of living room furniture I inherited from my grandmother that have largely sentimental value. I need to look beyond design to get inspiration —at plants, or mathematical geometries, or fashion shows and art exhibitions. Berlin is an ideal place to go out into the city, see what the people are doing, and then retreat into my cell and ruminate.” Above: the duo's A Few of My Favorite Things shelf
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Objects you keep around the studio for inspiration: “Gunnar and I are quite different there. He collects art and has a cache of beautiful things that inspire him curated in his space. I live a more monastic existence, with nothing but a clock and a clothing rail in my room, and two modest but handsome pieces of living room furniture I inherited from my grandmother that have largely sentimental value. I need to look beyond design to get inspiration —at plants, or mathematical geometries, or fashion shows and art exhibitions. Berlin is an ideal place to go out into the city, see what the people are doing, and then retreat into my cell and ruminate.” Above: the duo's A Few of My Favorite Things shelf