The classic feature of any student flat – shelving made of bricks and planks. Derived from this approach, the system evolved from a set of DIY-store elements. Rough and yet refined with precise interventions – functional, tactile and aesthetic – the set stimulates the user to experiment and individualise.
oto is a critique of currently available rigid domestic furniture with its fixed singular function. The result is a series of objects that oscillate between furniture and object, and which, with their museum-like character, excite people to ponder their own requirements and to question traditional forms of use.
The project focuses on SDG 12, “responsible consumption and production”.