Exhibition Award
Båd 44, Refshalevej 169E, 1432 Copenhagen
Søuld
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Søuld is a Danish material manufacturer committed to providing forward-thinking designers, builders and end-users with recyclable and CO₂-storing acoustic materials made from eelgrass. Søuld’s mission is to produce functional, sustainable and beautiful alternatives to traditional building materials that can improve sustainable development in the construction industry, whilst also improving human health and well-being. Søuld’s eelgrass products originate from the sea—a place you are never far from in Søuld’s native Denmark. The organic material embodies the same sense of calm provided by the sea and when taken indoors, it imbues living spaces with a restorative connection to nature.

The exhibition explores the aesthetic transformation of eelgrass from its traditional use on thatched roofs on the Danish island Læsø, to its contemporary application in Søulds' acoustic products and designs. On the eelgrass thatched roofs, the material is influenced by external forces such as gravity, wind and weather which determine the form and expression of the material. Through industrial production Søulds' designs liberate the material and shape it into timeless acoustic products. Set on the beautiful boat Båd 44 on Refshaleøen, visitors can experience the tension between nature and craftsmanship, tradition and timelessness, the movement from untamed to refined.

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