donderdag 16 april 2009

Fredrik Mattson





Nora Schmidt:
You're a carpenter by trade. Is it your training which has given you a special feeling for design?

Fredrik Mattson:
I think so. As a carpenter I attach a great deal of value to finish, and such things as combining materials. What I have learned as a carpenter is to make things which will last. This is why I'm disturbed by the short-lived nature of present-day design. But I'm convinced that there will soon be a counter movement. Durability, both in the qualitative and in the aesthetic sense, will once more become an important factor.
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