She graduated from the London College of Furniture in 1992 and the Denmark Design School in 1995. She opened her own studio in 1996. Her focus is primarily on furniture and lighting, although she also works on product and interior design.
Her client list includes companies such as Louis Poulsen, Zanotta, HAY, Royal Copenhagen, Holmegaard, Stelton, Muuto, Interstop and the Danish Ministry of Culture. Her work is playful, feminine and experimental, taking everyday objects, materials and manufacturing processes in new directions, such as combining laser cut steel with water cut neoprene rubber and laminated felt in the Prince chair or wrapping steel with angora wool in the Retreat chair.
I encourage you to go to her site and read her descriptions of each piece. They're clever and funny and well worth your time. For example, here is her description of the Entertainment chairs:
For waiting rooms. An attempt towards distraction. Upon sitting down, a sound system is activated in the headrest of the chair. Each chair has its own recording. One falls in love with you, begging you to never leave it. One teaches you an effective Spanish lesson. One sings gently into your ears. One hates you for sitting down without first asking for permission, and lets its anger pour over you for as long as you stay seated.
Text and images from louisecampbell.com, unless otherwise noted
|Bless You chair|
|Spider Woman stacking chair|
|The More the Merrier candleholder|