Bjorn easy Chair

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“IT WAS REALLY QUITE SIMPLE. I made a chair for my daughter Beatrix a few years ago. Now I wanted my son Björn to have one too. Surely it was due to the season that I came up with the idea to portray him in a winter overall, when threading it onto him in the morning before going to daycare. I like to work with those golden everyday moments. It even has a zipper in the back like an overall so you can easily change the upholstery. I wanted to portray Björn — it actually looks quite like him! — and to have a chair that is comfortable to sit in. Furniture and bodies, they’re quite similar. A body with clothes — a warm embrace to sit down in. It’s really an easy chair designed to be inviting to relax in, read a book — something that I myself am very bad at doing…”
ANNA KRAITZ is educated as both a designer and an artist, Anna Kraitz’ furniture pieces and other objects are distinguished by a personal artistic, sculptural expression, frequently with a extra touch of humor and good spirit added. Kraitz has exhibited extensively in institutions in Sweden and worldwide, including recently in Nationalmuseum in Stockholm.

Dimensions H103 W72 D82 cm
Material Easy Chair. Moulded seat and back,legs and armrests in solid oak.Fabric or leather.
Style Contemporain
Origin Sweden
Fournisseur Källemo

Kraitz, Anna

“Everyday life inspires me. Sometimes trivial observations that I want to share. Other times the topics seem more existential. But mostly, the simple, small and everyday matters the most.”

Anna Kraitz is represented at the National Museum, Stockholm Sweden and Malmö konstmuseum, Malmö Sweden. Konsultant for Culture in Halland. Part of the Jury Green furniture award. Part of the Jury Almedahls Award. Design manager, Axcent House of Scandinavia, 2007-2008. Teacher of design, Beckmans School of Design, 2001-2012

Årets designer, PLAZA 2012,
Årets designer, Residence, 2010
Bruno Mathsson-priset, 2008
Konstnärsnämnden, Arbetsstipendium, 2007,2008
Marknadsföreningen Hbg, Årets designer, 2008
Konstnärsnämnden, Arbetsstipendium, 2004
IASPIS, 2003
Ljunggrenska Formgivarpriset, 2002
Scholarship to Japan (World Design City ), Gifu, 2000
Båstads kulturstipendium, 1999
Estrid Ericssons Stiftelse, 1999