(L-R) Armand Louis, Aurel Aebi and Patrick Reymond||||||||||||The DYB centre de competénces, a skills centre for watchmakers|Exhibition design for the winners of 2005’s Swiss Federal Grants for the Decorative Arts|Allegro lights for Foscarini|Oasis cafe chair and table for Moroso|Reel for B&B Italia is made from string woven taut around a frame|Oïphorique, a light installation that expands and contracts like a sea creature|Theatrically spinning fabric pendants make up Les Danseuses|Ruckstuhl’s Silento panel|Furniture brand USM’s stand in Milan, festooned with strings of ball bearings||
29 May 2014

Profile: Atelier Oï’s elemental approach

Words by Jenny Brewer

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