ENG: Karl Edo Spook wants to expand his business, so when he heard about the big trade show in Stavanger the last week of August, he was eager to attend so he could show his furniture there. He engaged Polly Line to design two rooms for the Spook House stand and here is the result:
NOR: Karl Edo Spook ønsker å utvide virksomheten, så da han hørte om den store handelsmessen som skulle være i Stavanger den siste uka i august, ville han delta så han kunne vise fram sortimentet sitt der. Han engasjerte derfor Polly Line til å designe to utstillingsrom og her er resultatet:
* ENG: For the visitors in 1:1 scale the show was marketed as " The embroidery, doll's house and teddybear days 2009"
* NOR: For gjester i målestokk 1:1 markedsførtes messen som "Broderi-, dukkehus- og teddybjørndagene 2009"
Room with white walls: Sofa and chair is vintage lundby, and the white table and frames are also Lundby. Pictures in both rooms are from Ikea postcards. Sidetables are doorknobs, lamps are self-made and the shelf is made of lego windowframes. Accessories are mostly Re-ment, Lundby and random finds.
Room with green wall: Arne Jacobsen Egg chair from Minimii (present from Cocco!), table is self-made of a slice of agate and wood beads. Picture frames and low shelf are Lundby and the other shelf is re-ment. Eames elephant is from Reac. Accessories are Lundby, Re-ment and random finds.
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