Milan 2013: Nina Tolstrup & Marc Jacobs


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Danish designer Nina Tolstrup of Mama Studio has created a full furniture collection using left over fabrics from fashion designer Marc Jacobs studio. The project was exhibited during Milan Furniture Fair last week.

Called Re-Imagined, the project is born out of understanding the importance of resourcefulness and was originally started during London Design Festival 2012.

The project is made in collaboration with 19 Greek Street and includes sofas, daybeds, dining chairs, low chairs, and a variety of tables all made with the same aesthetics. The project’s concept is to honour the values of craft, up-cycling and sustainability.

The pieces where both exhibited in the Marc Jacobs shop in Brera as well as Wallpaper Magazine‘s exhibition Handmade.

Read more: Re-Imagined

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