Hanna Tunemar Interior & Design
 In January 2015 I had the honor to exhibit and sell my project "Perfectly Imperfect" in Svenskt Tenn´s shop at strandvägen in Stockholm. For this exhibition I designed more of my "Perfectly Imperfect" glassobject and rugs. 

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 In January 2015 I had the honor to exhibit and sell my project "Perfectly Imperfect" in Svenskt Tenn´s shop at strandvägen in Stockholm. For this exhibition I designed more of my "Perfectly Imperfect" glassobject and rugs. 

In January 2015 I had the honor to exhibit and sell my project "Perfectly Imperfect" in Svenskt Tenn´s shop at strandvägen in Stockholm. For this exhibition I designed more of my "Perfectly Imperfect" glassobject and rugs. 

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 Understanding objects also entails understanding how they deviate from the standard. My interest in design is grounded in a longing for the perfect and stylistically pure. Nevertheless, I am always drawn to the odd and the defective. In workshops and factories I have studied the process of furniture and products being created, and also what is excluded or discarded and why. What I found were the deformations, the cracks and the stains that I have portrayed in a series of objects – emphasising defects as positive effects.

Understanding objects also entails understanding how they deviate from the standard. My interest in design is grounded in a longing for the perfect and stylistically pure. Nevertheless, I am always drawn to the odd and the defective. In workshops and factories I have studied the process of furniture and products being created, and also what is excluded or discarded and why. What I found were the deformations, the cracks and the stains that I have portrayed in a series of objects – emphasising defects as positive effects.

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