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Half Circles I — Blue Half Circles I — Blue

Half Circles I — Blue , Nina Bruun , Paper Collective

$49 CAD

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Half Circles I – Blue features strong forms set against a colour palate inspired by the Bauhaus school of art and design. Danish creative Nina Bruun has used simple overlapping semi-circles to create a subtle sense of depth that allow the colours of the series to come to the fore.

Size 30x40 cm / 50x70cm
Designer
 Nina Bruun, Denmark (2020)
Material 200g uncoated, FSC certified, acid-free paper
Origin Made in Denmark

Frame Not Included. 

Nina Bruun
Denmark
Copenhagen based Nina Bruun holds a Master’s degree in Furniture and Spatial Design from the Royal Danish Academy of Design. As a designer gone industry professional, Nina has carved out a niche on the Nordic design scene as a leading source on interior trends, colour knowledge and design forecasting.