Throughout the 1960s Nanna Ditzel's designs captured the feeling of liberation and idealism that defined the decade. Experimenting with fibreglass, wickerwork and foam rubber, and in various disciplines such as cabinet-making, jewellery, tableware, applied art and textiles. Her expertise in interior colour was much sought after along with her command of tone and hue. Heavily interested in arresting shapes, particularly curves, Nanna continued to study combinations of tubes and circles throughout her career. While all of her pieces are inspired, Ditzel always balanced function and form. Nanna Ditzel collaborated with iconic design houses like Georg Jensen and Kvadrat creating jewlery, fabrics.