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Sanna Völker

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Sanna Völker

Born: 1985

Hometown: Linköping

Based in: Barcelona

 

Sanna Völker is a designer of objects and furniture who works in the interface between Scandinavia and Spain. Her work can be described as a search for equilibrium between rawness and refinement, harmony and intrigue. Her designs often draw references to architecture and brutalism, manifested in furniture and objects of pure shapes.
Human intervention in nature and society is a theme that she often explores in detail, paired with the problematic of our over-consumption and environmental issues. Intrigued by craft and how traditional materials or techniques can be transformed into a contemporary piece she collaborates with local craftspeople, both for her self-produced pieces and commissioned works.

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Snug candle holder - Smooth grey

Sanna Völker, Sweden

Design Objects

US$ 140

Snug candle holder - Smooth bone white

Sanna Völker, Sweden

Design Objects

US$ 140

Snug candle holder - Raw red travertine

Sanna Völker, Sweden

Design Objects

US$ 140

Snug candle holder - Raw grey

Sanna Völker, Sweden

Design Objects

US$ 140

Snug candle holder - Raw bone white

Sanna Völker, Sweden

Design Objects

US$ 140

Element side table

Sanna Völker, Sweden

Furniture

US$ 2,660

Common Effort - sand

Sanna Völker, Sweden

Furniture

US$ 890

Common Effort - black

Sanna Völker, Sweden

Furniture

US$ 890

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About Sanna Völker


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What inspires you?

For shapes, materials and light I find a lot of inspiration from architecture and photography, while conceptually I love digging into the human brain for some interesting rarities.


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Describe your creative process.

I really enjoy developing pieces for experimental briefs, such as curated exhibitions where I can truly delve into the storytelling of my work. I'm very conceptual and love doing research and to conceptualise. But it naturally depends on the piece or collection. I often find formal inspiration from architectural movements such as brutalism and frequently the process or material itself becomes the source of inspiration.


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

Brutal, delicate, balanced

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