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Anna-Lena Wolfrum is a Berlin based Industrial Designer.
After her bachelor degree and an internship at DIEZ OFFICE she worked as a freelancer amongst others for GECKELER MICHELS. Currently she is design assistant of HANNE WILLMANN.

Mail:    contact@anna-lenawolfrum.com
IG:       anna.lenawolfrum

INFO



Anna-Lena Wolfrum is a Berlin based Industrial Designer.
After her bachelor degree and an internship at DIEZ OFFICE she worked as a freelancer amongst others for GECKELER MICHELS. Currently she is design assistant of HANNE WILLMANN.

Mail:    contact@anna-lenawolfrum.com
IG:       anna.lenawolfrum


Hanako  

2019

About one third of the global production of food for human consumption ends up in the rubbish. The reasons are manifold. But the largest part, about 40%, occurs in the kitchen at home. Incorrect storage and the resulting premature spoilage is one of the biggest reasons for disposal. This problem gave rise to the idea of a new type of food cupboard that offers the ideal storage space for every type of food and represents a central location in the kitchen. Inside, it combines traditional storage, based on the thermal and physical characteristics of pantry and larder, which usually lose their function due to thermal insulation of houses. As well as today's technological possibilities, such as the reconfiguration of all storage compartments according to season or use.






Powder coated steel, glazed oak, stainless steel
L 1500 cm, D 570 cm, H 885 cm


Drip  

2018

Drip is a filter coffee machine whose components and filter are made of ceramic. Ceramic has no electronic conductivity but stores and conducts heat. It also has different material densities and a high-quality feel. This makes it a coherent material for electronic products.
The filter is also ceramic. Thanks to the porous nature of the material, this introduces a new possibility of machine filtration by filtration in the μm range and replaces the traditional paper filter. The shape is also reduced but characteristic. This is created by the conicity and the interplay between the shape of the circle and the imprinted square.





Ceramic, Porose Ceramic, Glass
D 11 cm, H 27 cm




970 km  

2017

The product was developed as part of the "Haus Brandenburg" project. This pursues the philosophy of bringing together Brandenburg crafts businesses and manufactories in order to generate new products to be prescribed locally. This resulted in the creation of the shoe 970 km (name: total length of all flowing waters in the Spree Forest). This is positioned in the region of the Spree Forest and is a reference to the traditional wooden shoe in connection with the typical local Wendish embroidery. It depicts the protective snake king, a mythical creature that still has a high symbolic value in Sorbian/Wendish culture. 





Upper/Inner: Cowhide
Sole: Cowhide
Heel: Alder wood (from the Spree Forest)


Photo: Lea Bräuer, Moritz Jekat