On our 25th anniversary, we look to the art world and the bountiful sources of creative inspiration that surround us. Posing the question, ‘what is an artist?’, we embrace the concept of style as art, inviting us to discover the creative individual within us all.
This season, we have collaborated with architect and interior stylist Bruno Jacobsen. For the Nü AW22 collection, we are delighted to feature three of Bruno’s bespoke prints, inspired by his work as an architect. Each print is inspired by the different perspectives of an architect, taking the typical graphics of a floorplan or blueprint and reworked with an abstract eye.
Architect and interior stylist Bruno Jakobsen established his eponymous design studio in 2007.
‘Since the start-up of the design studio, the idea has been that it is me and my creative abilities that the customers bought, and that is how it will probably continue to be”, says Jakobsen.
Marrying design, interiors and architecture, the BRUNOJAKOBSENDESIGN studio is celebrated for its impeccable eye for detail and a playful approach to materials. With a great love for nature and Nordic architecture, Bruno and his family created The Nordic Barnhouse Project on Instagram which documents both his private and work life and boasts over 105.000 followers.
This print is inspired by looking at a building from a side-view, viewing the different levels from top to bottom.
This graphic print is an abstract reworking of a classic architects drawing, seen from a birds eye view.
The third print reimagines the floorplan of a building, reworked with an abstract eye to create a striking, complex motif.