Kim Lundberg-Poyzer

Statement

As a designer I aim to evoke a sense of recognition and familiarity in people experiencing my design. I want them to feel like ‘I have seen/been here before’, not because it looks like something or somewhere, but because it brings out emotions that are deeply rooted in all of us.
I always want my designs to come from a place of importance, be that history, memories or a feeling. It should feel relevant to the observer by including them in the story that the design stems from.
My strengths are my ability to fulfill a brief in a creative and sustainable way. Sustainability is not only something I connect to the materials used, I also aim to make the design sustainable. To create a design that will stand the test of time, or even be enhanced by the passing of time.

Achievements & Experience

BA(Hons) Interior Design, UWE Bristol, 2020

Stockholm Furniture Fair - Stockholm, Sweden 2017

Interior and Design - Art College Gothenburg, Sweden 2016-2017

Contact

Personal Professional Website Personal professional email

Featured Projects:

FMP - Textile Centre, Visualisation

An exhibition and workshop space, celebrating the lost Bristol Trade of wool and textiles. Location - Generator Building, Bristol

FMP - Textile Centre, Rendered Section

An exhibition and workshop space, celebrating the lost Bristol Trade of wool and textiles. Location - Generator Building, Bristol

Workplace project based in Bristol, Visualisation

Workplace Design with myself and my future business as client. Location - Temple Studios, Bristol

Workplace project based in Bristol, Axonometric Visualisation

Workplace Design with myself and my future business as client. Location - Temple Studios, Bristol

Drawings of - Tension Net Stair by Carpenter | Lowings Architecture & Design

Group Project, UWE - Produce a Model and Drawings of a staircase (given to each group for the Brief) Tension Net Stair by Carpenter | Lowings Architecture & Design

Collaborators: Maxwell Hathaway (Interior Designer)

Birch Chair

In autumn 2016 as a part of a group project in my Interior and Design course in Gothenburg, Sweden. We were briefed to design a chair with inspiration from one of the four seasons, we were given Spring. Chair was later exhibited at Stockholm Furniture Fair, February 2017.