This small paper house captures the inviting feeling of comfort and
simple domestic pleasures. With its soft paper made from worn clothes
and a small tea candle that flickers a warm yellow light within, Amy
Lund’s Hygge truly reflects the meaning of this Scandinavian word.
Text around the base of the house reads:
“We are the product of our past and producer of our future. We
maintain our sanity and human-ness – we cope. We give ourselves
permission to reinterpret tradition. We start small we start at Home.
Text on floor of house reads:
“Home is the emotional and psychological infrastructure built out of
our individual experience as well as the collective experience of our
identities and histories.”
Find Hygge in the UNT Library Catalog.