GOOD: Do you want a studio of your own with people that work for you?
DH: Yeah, probably, if I make it. I’m studying, but it’s totally free studying so actually I’m behaving like [I'm self-employed] right now. I just try to continue with it and force it a little bit.
GOOD: What are some current other projects that you’re working on right now?
DH: It’s still a lot of work for the carpets, of course. But our semester starts in two weeks and we have a project with an Indian company who are doing metal parts for cars and we [have been] asked to do other products for them. I decided on a really simple lamp. It was this popular lamp from the Bauhaus school, and it was this metal sheet pressed into a natural mold. And it was a really normal shape, so it was round, of course. What I am doing now is a circle also, but I changed the circle a little bit, so with a computer I just do a little bump or a dent. The thing is that the circle is just not regular anymore, but just very slightly. I always try [to make] the eye a little disturbed by the things I’m doing, so if you see these kind of lamps you’re actually used to seeing a circle. And now if you see the lamp I am doing it's just that you get distracted a little bit because you don’t know anymore, is it a circle or is it not? So I always try to think more conceptually, which is the idea of not making a new product.