Unmaking democratic design 2
The second of three artist talks held together with Röhsska Design Museum in conjunction with their opening exhibition ‘Unmaking Democratic Design’.
Both Royal College of Art graduates, Saša Štucin and Nicholas Gardner work simultaneously in object design and art. Their London based practice focuses on creating work with conflicting functions and imagery, without abandoning beauty or consumer logic. They are keen to blur the boundaries between acceptable furniture typologies and conceptual representative objects.
During their visit, Saša Štucin and Nicholas Gardner will also be hosting workshops at Röhsska open to students and the general public. For more information please visit