As part of Dutch Design Week, the Eindhoven design studio Os ∆ Oos showcased an overview of their designs from the last five years; the various sculptural pieces were styled within three different settings for minimal living spaces.
The first zone features a vivid color palette of deep royal blue, with the ‘Matrix’ lamp, a spherical neon light illuminated inside a metal-grid structure; complemented by a geometric coffee table, the undulating ‘Fascet’ mirror, and a variation of the ‘Formation’ carpet, a geometric rug that allows many different configurations for its owner. The second zone features muted colors and an emphasis on texture and layering. The ‘Repeated’ mirror doubles as a work of art; its translucent mirror at the center rests on top of stacked colored glass panels, creating an asymmetrical balance of forms. Adding to the space is an angular marble and concrete side table with intersecting planes, and a grid structure in reddish-brown that exists as a futuristic bench. Thirdly, a warm space backdropped by a bold pink feature wall hosts the ‘Tunnel’ collection: a desk, table, cabinet, and clothing rack made from extruded aluminum cylinders and glass panels.