Design should be simple, obvious and without any feeling of self-exaltation – and then it ought to include a humane touch. Based on this belief, Line seeks to develop new projects and objects that puts functionality into the forefront, and she loves to challenge herself combining new materials and styles.
Line was born and raised in a little city called Otterup located on the northern part of Funen, the second largest island of Denmark. She got her degree in furniture design from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 2007 and has been exhibiting at grand design scenes such as the Cabinetmakers' Autumn Exhibition, Milano Design Week, Stockholm Furniture Fair, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art and Galerie Maria Wettergren in Paris.
Wooden materials are without doubt Line’s preferred choice for designing, but she stays open to contest her own comfort-zone and try out new material combinations. Her approach is workshop based, which allows her to re-develop her creations during throughout the whole process. The scrutiny of prototypes should never be underestimated, and perseverance do pay off in the long run if you ask Line
Functionality is as widespread and dynamic concept, that never stands still. When societies develop – basic needs and ways of doing things change as well. To make sure that her projects stay relevant in real life, Line finds it helpful and inspiring to follow these societal changes and how different communities solve the same challenges in various ways.