Designer Thorunn Arnadottir's largely unseen student concepts from years ago are just as interesting as her bead clock, which generated its fair share of blog buzz back in 2008. First off take a look at her beautiful Raven jewelry rack, made from black-coated steel wire:
Next check out her And Stretch flat-pack paper rack, which is a simple sheet of veneer or plastic, two cuts and a large rubber band:
Her Bites box o' chocolates takes their shape and pattern from traditional Icelandic knitted sweaters:
Arnadottir's De-Stijl-inspired Tree shelf was cheekily inspired by the fact that Mondrian reportedly hated the color green:
Lastly, her Flower paper rack also ships flat and is made from strips of riveted leather:
Here's to hoping the recently-quiet Arnadottir pops up on our radar again sometime soon.