Cheerful red designer couch by Hanna Emelie Ernsting
Cologne 2011: the Moody couch by Hanna Emelie Ernsting is awarded the second prize in the [D3] contest for young designers at the imm cologne.
The design consists of a sofa with a cover which is much larger than the structure including, is made from textiles, who moved the form.
User can wrap themselves in the cover, make a high nest – forms or spill the seats on hard ground.
The design consists of a sofa with a cover, which is much larger than the structure including
The sofa keeps this form once vacant, displayed the mood of the Mr-Benutzers.Der first place in the [D3] contest was jointly awarded folding table on pressed Chair by Harry Thaler and OLA by the Swedish Studio AKKA.
Here are some more details from Hanna Emelie Ernsting:
In her latest seating furniture series “Moody”, young designer Hanna Emelie Ernsting experimented with flexible forms, which was awarded by the jury with the 2nd Prize for the year’s D3 talent award. Their design philosophy, which she describes as “Form follows the moods”, focuses on the emotional appeal of the user. Their designs download users do this, expressing feelings and “to let go”.
Moody couch, Moody nest and Moody bag – furniture collection
The seat series of the designer Hanna Emelie Ernsting consists of three parts: Moody couch, Moody nest and Moody bag. Although they are formally quite different at first glance, they follow the same idea: “Form follows the moods”. According to the designer, the origin of this concept is the observation that in the modern world, people forget how to relax. This is where the Moody series continues: it invites the user to express feelings and “to let go”. This leaves traces, so the product is similar to the moods of its users in various forms and shapes, and the products seem alive.
Experiments in the development of the product line, the designer with flexible forms and innovative materials
The designer Hanna Ernsting says: “the mood is the interpretation of the sofa as a place of expression and communication. The focus is in the mood of the user.”
To give more flexibility and softer forms the parts, expand the coverage of the sofa up to 3 metres in length. Meanwhile, she worked with various techniques, achieving the structure and stability of the material, and makes it malleable and functional. In addition to methods such as quilting, sewing, and cotton, she worked with new materials, such as E.g. 3D-Textil, still relatively unknown in the furniture industry.
Moody couch won the 2nd prize of the D3 talent awards and will be at the furniture fair IMM Cologne (Hall 3.2, stand A008/E009) until presented to January 23.
the couch big enough for two
Lying just inside and rest