Christine Raundahl (born 1973) is a trained designer from the Design School in Kolding in 2000. Her work range from weaving to thrust. She spent a part of her childhood in Greenland, where the love of geology and the creativity was founded. With a great interest towards nature, it is often the patterns, forms and structure of nature, which inspire her in her design work.
Christine Raundahl has a secure position in the GEORG JENSEN DAMASK collection with her simple and elegant style. The timeless kitchen towel Egypt has since its launch in 2000, been produced in several colours, but always with a starting point in the Nordic colour gamut.
The cooperation with Georg Jensen Damask began back in 2000 with a work placement in the weaving mill. Besides her contribution to the collection, she has also designed the Arctic tablecloth with motifs of ice crystal for the Hotel Arctic, which was launched in connection with Her Royal Highness Queen Margarethe and Prince Henrik’s summer cruise to Greenland onboard Dannebrog, where they visited the hotel in Ilulissat.
Next, to her design job, she teaches Design and Textile. She thinks it is very important to impart future generations about the necessity and the thoughtfulness towards sustainability in the textile production. To her, a good design is a way of thinking which builds on the design principle “Less is more”.