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Objects With Narratives

Basel, Switzerland

OWN believes in shifting the incentive of design from esthetics and function to objects powered by narratives. With this approach, the object becomes merely the medium. It becomes more about owning a narrative rather than the physical object.

Their design approach starts from relevant stories challenging the present flows to create the zeitgeist of tomorrow. This explains the drive for advanced technologies, embracing new materials and approach modern themes like lifecycles, digitalization and the growing demand of shared furniture. These narratives are critically approached by architects, ergonomically shaped by designers and carefully crafted by engineers.

ONE CURVE CHAIR

Our narrative starts from physicalizing an ergonomical curve. By bending 3 abstract labile planes along this trajectory and intersecting them, a structural entity is emerging. The two dimensional line becomes a spatial object, which on its turn creates complex three dimensional curves. Nevertheless the physical presence of one line highlights the simplicity of the narrative.

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Our narrative starts from physicalizing an ergonomical curve. By bending 3 abstract labile planes along this trajectory and intersecting them, a structural entity is emerging. The two dimensional line becomes a spatial object, which on its turn creates complex three dimensional curves. Nevertheless the physical presence of one line highlights the simplicity of the narrative.

ONE CURVE CHAIR

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Our narrative starts from physicalizing an ergonomical curve. By bending 3 abstract labile planes along this trajectory and intersecting them, a structural entity is emerging. The two dimensional line becomes a spatial object, which on its turn creates complex three dimensional curves. Nevertheless the physical presence of one line highlights the simplicity of the narrative.

ONE CURVE CHAIR

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FRAGMENTED

A window is historically understood as a condition to observe the world. Today computers and smartphones are our new windows to perceive society. These screens try to idealize everything while this is only an illusion of reality.

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FRAGMENTED

A window is historically understood as a condition to observe the world. Today computers and smartphones are our new windows to perceive society. These screens try to idealize everything while this is only an illusion of reality.

ODD_top.jpg

FRAGMENTED

A window is historically understood as a condition to observe the world. Today computers and smartphones are our new windows to perceive society. These screens try to idealize everything while this is only an illusion of reality.

Now on Sale
ODD_top.jpg

A window is historically understood as a condition to observe the world. Today computers and smartphones are our new windows to perceive society. These screens try to idealize everything while this is only an illusion of reality.

FRAGMENTED

ODD_top.jpg

A window is historically understood as a condition to observe the world. Today computers and smartphones are our new windows to perceive society. These screens try to idealize everything while this is only an illusion of reality.

FRAGMENTED

Objects With Narratives