Anima Ona

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Stuttgart, Germany

Anima Ona is a design studio based in Stuttgart, Germany founded by Freia Achenbach, June Fàbregas and Carlo Kurth. Their projects move on the border between product design, research and art. They understand their role as designers as a bridge between craft, art, industry, object and user and are interested in creating connections between a research-based practice and the broader design industry. In their work they combine rich narratives with an awareness towards materiality, shapes and space. For each project, anima ona takes a distinct approach, characterized by experimental material investigations and exploring the relationship between tradition and culture.The trio met at State Academy of Art and Design Stuttgart where they graduated with an industrial design diploma degree. Since 2018 they collaborate in commissioned as well as self-initiated projects.

DOLMEN TABLE

The monolithic-looking table is surprising through its unusual and raw aesthetic.The off-round top plate rests on three legs that look like unhewn stone blocks, reminding us of the typical dolmen shape.Aerated concrete builds the core of the table which makes the table surprisingly lightweight. It is then covered in several layers of plaster and coated with a final layer of lime plaster. Through polishing and a wax finish the table receives its glossy surface. This product is handmade therefore each piece has a unique finish and any natural blemishes or irregularities should not be misunderstood as flaws.

Now on Sale
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The monolithic-looking table is surprising through its unusual and raw aesthetic.The off-round top plate rests on three legs that look like unhewn stone blocks, reminding us of the typical dolmen shape.Aerated concrete builds the core of the table which makes the table surprisingly lightweight. It is then covered in several layers of plaster and coated with a final layer of lime plaster. Through polishing and a wax finish the table receives its glossy surface. This product is handmade therefore each piece has a unique finish and any natural blemishes or irregularities should not be misunderstood as flaws.

DOLMEN TABLE

ODD_top.jpg

The monolithic-looking table is surprising through its unusual and raw aesthetic.The off-round top plate rests on three legs that look like unhewn stone blocks, reminding us of the typical dolmen shape.Aerated concrete builds the core of the table which makes the table surprisingly lightweight. It is then covered in several layers of plaster and coated with a final layer of lime plaster. Through polishing and a wax finish the table receives its glossy surface. This product is handmade therefore each piece has a unique finish and any natural blemishes or irregularities should not be misunderstood as flaws.

DOLMEN TABLE

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DOLMEN TABLE

The monolithic-looking table is surprising through its unusual and raw aesthetic.The off-round top plate rests on three legs that look like unhewn stone blocks, reminding us of the typical dolmen shape.Aerated concrete builds the core of the table which makes the table surprisingly lightweight. It is then covered in several layers of plaster and coated with a final layer of lime plaster. Through polishing and a wax finish the table receives its glossy surface. This product is handmade therefore each piece has a unique finish and any natural blemishes or irregularities should not be misunderstood as flaws.

mono.oak4.jpg

DOLMEN TABLE

The monolithic-looking table is surprising through its unusual and raw aesthetic.The off-round top plate rests on three legs that look like unhewn stone blocks, reminding us of the typical dolmen shape.Aerated concrete builds the core of the table which makes the table surprisingly lightweight. It is then covered in several layers of plaster and coated with a final layer of lime plaster. Through polishing and a wax finish the table receives its glossy surface. This product is handmade therefore each piece has a unique finish and any natural blemishes or irregularities should not be misunderstood as flaws.

ODD_top.jpg

Now on Sale
ODD_top.jpg

The monolithic-looking table is surprising through its unusual and raw aesthetic.The off-round top plate rests on three legs that look like unhewn stone blocks, reminding us of the typical dolmen shape.Aerated concrete builds the core of the table which makes the table surprisingly lightweight. It is then covered in several layers of plaster and coated with a final layer of lime plaster. Through polishing and a wax finish the table receives its glossy surface. This product is handmade therefore each piece has a unique finish and any natural blemishes or irregularities should not be misunderstood as flaws.

DOLMEN TABLE

ODD_top.jpg

Anima Ona