Interior and film

follow site “I believe in individuality and honest creation and expression but never for the it, the now, or the repetition of the popular.”

follow site Halfdan Pedersen studied film production in Los Angeles. After 10 years working on set design in the commercial film and photography world of Hollywood he was drawn back to his native Iceland to find a slower pace in life. He founded Baulhus in 2006, named after his grandmothers birthplace in the remote west fjord of Arnarfjörður. After a few years of film work in Iceland, Halfdan was offered to design a store for a new clothing retailer in Reykjavik, Geysir, which led to many other stores and multible other projects. Although occasionally committing to feature films or theatre productions, interiors have been the bulk of his work ever since.

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http://turnwrightmachineworks.com/tag/repair/ Hálfdan believes that a space should provide a strong experience for people, and that the history of a space should play an effective role. Driven by a passion for sustainability and a strong respect for rapidly-fading craftsmanship, regardless of style or era. He believes in individuality and honest creation and expression but never for the it, the now, or the repetition of the popular. His over-all design approach is heavily influenced by an ever-growing anti-waste mindset.

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