The Danish architect Mette Schelde (born in 1985) works experimental with a starting point in function and everyday situations. In 2012 she established her studio from where she designs furniture, lighting and architecture.
Her designs are functional and made of simple constructions in a sculptural universe. She combines traditional materials such as wood, glass and metal with sensual functions created to be used. With simple lines and compositions, she explores new methods and technologies that point both back and forth in a mixture of tradition and renewal.