Reworked Dialogue stool from 2009 is exhibited at the Danish Muesum Trapholt as part of the Campana Brothers Antibodies exhibition. exhibition ends August 2014. A small selection of chairs by designers resident Denmark is on show besides the Campana Antibodies exhibition. Included is one of the dialogue stools, which is made based on a process of …
A Stone in Hand. I have heard about an old rural principal, how farmers always came home with a stone in hand. In this way, over time, their field is cleared of one more stone while providing one more stone for building. Over a period of a few weeks, I picked up discarded chairs while on …
The bench is yours III
Design by Claus Bjerre, Ditte Hammerstrøm and Jeremy Walton. 2003.
The organisers of Glentavej Plads felt the ‘Bench is yours’ concept fitted their park project and commissioned the starting block to be placed in the park. The local residents built the bench further.
Built at Glentavejplads, Nørrebro, Copenhagen
The organisers of Glentavej Plads felt the ‘Bench Is Yours’ concept fitted their park project and commissioned the starting block to be placed in the park. The local residents built the bench further.
The bench is yours II
Starting with an archetypal chair form, waste and found wood is added on to the bench following the archetype of a basic chair, needing legs, seat and back. Any one can add to the bench with the waste wood. It is a democratic project that cannot be designed in advance. We create the base, there after it is up to the people that use the park to continue where the last person stopped.
The Bench is yours II filmed at Fabbrikken by CYF, 2002. A Culture Corporation project by Claus Bjerre, Ditte Hammerstrøm and Jeremy Walton. A starting block is laid and people use waste wood to add to the bench where the last person left off.
Openheartsurgery. Giving unsatisfied customers real service.
A Design service by Adam Broomberg and Jeremy Walton, 1995.
The service. The basics of the service, is to allow people to come to the shop and hand over their old , tiring house hold products.
These products would then be worked on and used to create new products. The customer has the choice of discussing their needs or taking pot luck in what the product will return as. Or they can part exchange with another product off the shelf.