Lower East

Walking in the Void

For Glasmuseet Ebeltoft we designed the book for the exhibition Walking in the Void. The artists behind the exhibition, the American-Swiss couple Philip Baldwin & Monica Guggisberg, rank among the elite of contemporary artists working in glass. Dougald Hine, writer & cofounder of “a school called HOME” contributed to the book with an essay in twelve chapters. Exhibition photos by Christoph Lehmann. Read more about the exhibition and see more pictures here

The book. Twelve pages fold out showing the work “The Timeline”. Exhibition Photos: Christoph Lehmann

50 Voices of Design

The Design School Kolding has 50th anniversary this year – to celebrate that they have (among a lot other activities) published a very fine book

50 designers, graduated from the school, tell their story in the book, and give an insight in the world of design and designers – Lower East’s Helle Marietta Pedersen is one of them.

She tells her story and her way to the design school – and describes her dear Lower East Lab like this; “where we express ourselves with loud music and good coffee and develop ideas and projects. Here we have workshops and co-working space. We are a training facility for interns, and we encourage our clients to come and work with us. It’s our dream to continue developing Lower East Lab as a vibrant space where design is the starting point and where play, openness and exchange of ideas are the precondition.”

Check Helle’s full story at the school’s website.

See also a review of the book on the DesignETC’s website (in the danish)


50 Years – 50 Voices of Design. The frontpage.


50 Years – 50 Voices of Design. From the cover.


50 Years – 50 Voices of Design. The foreword.


50 Years – 50 Voices of Design. The Queen of Lower East.


50 Years – 50 Voices of Design. Double spread.


50 Years – 50 Voices of Design. Double spread.


50 Years – 50 Voices of Design. Double spread.