Waterlily functions well separately as a freestanding element, but can also be endlessly connected to provide a larger piece of public seating furniture. The concave incision on the sitting surface makes it possible to change the direction of each unit added to the group, which enables multiple combination possibilities and expressions.
Troels Grum-Schwensen's studio was established in 1989. He has an innovative approach and often finds simple and minimized solutions to design challenges - always exploiting the possibilities and limits of the materials that he works with. Educated as an architect, Troels Grum-Schwensen regards furniture, not solely as objects, but also as pieces of architecture. His studio - alongside furniture design - also works within architecture and interior design. Troels Grum-Schwensen has received several prizes and rewards for his designs.
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