Katherine Fawssett||||||||||||Nina Tolstrup in her east London studio, before a recent move to Stockholm|Before: Tolstrup’s collection of chairs found near her Bethnal Green home|After: the Re-Imagined chairs, with David David textiles, are unrecognisable|Chairs made by skilled cabinet-makers from Bloomberg’s waste pallets|Lexon’s On/Off alarm clocks; users tilt it onto its side to turn it on or off|T-table, made from walnut, glass and powder-coated steel|Chair from the Pallet project; Tolstrup sells the instructions for £10|Lamp from the Pallet project|Pallet chandelier|Habitat’s One Line range|An alternative Pallet light||
18 Feb 2013

Nina Tolstrup: Master of reinvention

Words by Jenny Brewer

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