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Designer Anna Herrmann works in her studio in Munich with lighting, furniture and interiors. In 2019, she graduated from Beckmans and received both Svensk Tenn's design scholarship and Ikea's work likewise. Previously, she studied at the University of Applied Sciences in Aachen, Germany. The combination of her Swedish and German heritage contributes to as much functional thinking as artistry, which can be seen in the three objects she presents during Stockholm Design Week 2022. The Juno wall lamp, which creates the poetic illusion of a line drawing, is produced today by Noon Lighting. The seating furniture for Johanson Design, the armchair and the chair Poodle, are two tough, at the same time neat, sibling-like characters with a lot of personality. An idiom that stands out, teases the eye but feels confident in its flirtation with historical lines. The possibility of different colourways and textile types provides even more distinctive identities. A strong source of inspiration has been Anna's research pictures of dog haircuts because the dog groomer had corona closed. The Poodle furniture was designed together with Alexander Lervik in the PLUS1 project.

Poodle ChairĀ & Lounge