||||||||||||||Blasius Osko (right) and Oliver Deichmann (left) photographed by Thomas Meyer|The height-adjustable Dress stool for Brunner will be unveiled at Orgatec|Kink is a limited-edition range in pine and tubular steel sold through Berlin design gallery Helmrinderknecht|Straw by Blå Station is made from tubular steel folded at the joins, like a bent straw|The fold-away Clip Chair for Moooi was inspired by a wooden fruit basket|The Clip chair for Moooi, shown open|Pebble was picked up by Blå Station after stalling with several other manufacturers|Plot, by Brunner, lets specifiers build modular, multi-level ‘landscapes’ of seating|The otherworldly Abyss, a flexible rope light for Italian brand Kundalini|Tweet, a tablet stand (also for Ligne Roset) shaped like a birdhouse|The sushi roller, an early hit: it sold 5,000 units in three years|Created by the pair as students, Airhopper piqued Adidas’ interest|Lightweight and fluid in form, Ficelle, for Ligne Roset, was inspired by cooked spaghetti||
21 Oct 2014

Berlin double act Osko + Deichmann

Words by James McLachlan

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