16/100: Finnish designer Saara Hopea worked in a variety of materials, but is most well known for her glasswork, in particular these stacking glasses. Designed in 1952, they represent the functional and minimal design spirit of the era. They won a silver medal at the 1954 Milan Triennale. As a total sidenote: people often ask me if I mess up while cutting paper. The answer is yes, and there are two mistakes in this one, not to mention that I don't feel like I captured Hopea's lines just right. But hey, I'm trying to keep up on this #the100dayproject and it is what it is! #100daysofscandinaviandesign #finnish #glassware #scandinavianmodern #papercut #papercutartist
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  • annabrones16/100: Finnish designer Saara Hopea worked in a variety of materials, but is most well known for her glasswork, in particular these stacking glasses. Designed in 1952, they represent the functional and minimal design spirit of the era. They won a silver medal at the 1954 Milan Triennale. As a total sidenote: people often ask me if I mess up while cutting paper. The answer is yes, and there are two mistakes in this one, not to mention that I don't feel like I captured Hopea's lines just right. But hey, I'm trying to keep up on this #the100dayproject and it is what it is! #100daysofscandinaviandesign #finnish #glassware #scandinavianmodern #papercut #papercutartist
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