Nadia Schrader

I like these simple holders by German design student, Nadia Schrader. Admittedly I do not know what they are made of or how they work (my German translator tool didn’t work too well), but the idea and the presentation are very nice.

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6 Responses to “Nadia Schrader”

  1. Kathrin says:

    Where did you find Nadia’s Work? I’m a german design student, too and would like to read more about it. and in addition, i’d translate the explanation for you. :)

  2. jaime says:

    Hi Kathrin,

    I found her own her school’s website, Burg Giebichenstein.

    http://www.burg-halle.de/

    Also, email me some of your work!

    Thanks for reading,
    Jaime

  3. Anonymous says:

    I like the minimalist approach to these pieces of Nadia Schraders. Great work on the site, you have a unique eye for good design. I’m curious, do you design yourself? If not, you definitely should.

  4. jaime says:

    Thanks Anon,

    I have done a little bit of design work here and there -hopefully I will be doing more soon!

  5. Kristina says:

    It looks like they plug into light sockets – not sure if they’re neon tubes or not.

  6. SeƱorita Puri says:

    Beautiful, though it’s a shame not to be able to find more things by her. I’ve posted your blog and her works on my design-weird stuff blog.
    Wavings from Spain, Puri.