Ida Katrine Friis Tinning
Danish Architect and textile artist based in Stockholm and Copenhagen
As an artist and architect I have always been interested in the use of feminine coded handcrafts tradition and how you can apply these on “primitive” and lightweight materials. On my journey I always strive towards turning my work into an architectural scale, where the sculptures can ad a feminine fragile layer to the architecture or even become the architecture in itself.
I work with small scale architecture project, private villas and research projects which turns into art pieces.
I am always curious about new collaboration and architecture projects!
PALM OBSESION - A weaving journey
The work grows from an inspiration of the Sri Lankan weaving tradition and its application of natural materials. The sculptures are a trajectory of weaving experiments where the results reveal from the constant dialogue between my sculptural intentions and the material properties.
A selection of sculptures showcased at Mond Hirikatia
Date / Mars-April 2023
Location / Mond Hirikatia, Sri Lanka
FRAGILE SPACES - Material Matters
A material exploration, challenging the limits of papers structural potential as large scale architectural objects. Mainly presentation of small scale prototypes
Date / Sept 2020
Location / Den Frie Udstilling, Copenhagen
Collaboration / Material Matters
A material exploration, challenging the limits of papers structural potential as large scale architectural objects.
Date / June 2020
Location / Sasa Antic Gallery, Stockholm
Collaboration / Solo exhibition
Parametrical pavilion exhibited at percolate, Lilla Torg Malmö.
Date / August 2016
Location / Malmö Festivalen
Collaboration / Wallgren Arkitekter
Architect and Head of Research
Architect and Project leader
Malmö Architecture Pavillion
CITA: CENTER FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND ARCHITECTURE
Architect and Research assistant
2014 - 2016
FILE UNDER POP
Product developer / Sale / Graphic design