Lunch Talk discussion with young Icelandic designer Brynjar Sigurðarson, whose new exhibition opens at the Design Museum´s Gallery
Design Museum´s Gallery
Friday 7th of June at 12 pm
The world’s largest design award, The Torsten & Wanja Söderberg Prize, was given in 2018 to the Icelandic-born designer Brynjar Sigurðarson (born 1986), who works in conceptual arts and crafts and unique design. Sigurðarson especially draws upon influences from Icelandic nature and local traditions, such as storytelling and the culture of fishing. While working on his Silent Village series, Sigurðarson spent a month in a fishing village learning a century-old web making technique which he went on to apply in furniture that he designed.
Photos: Fabrice Gousset