Designed by Dirk Jan Rol and Janine Abraham in 1957, this AR02 Chair is a compositional wonder. Made of clever system of bent steel rods for legs and plywood shelves for seat and back, the armchair is an icon of 1950s French Modernism.

Photographes at Center George Pompidou collection, Paris.

There is a selection of installation photos of our latest show dedicated to work of Lex Pott.

Dutch designer Lex Pott experiments with the materials and their distinctive characteristics. His design of furniture and interior accessories reveals the unusual manufacturing processes, hidden beauty of used materials, their natural brutality and tactile character.

OKOLO/Pedal Project Studio presents a modest selection of a small simple objects that were created as the real results of Pott's previous experiments. In the form of small racks, shelves, scissors, vases, designer applies knowledge from his previous monumental and conceptually-based projects, based on the unusual materials and their manufacturing processes. They recently gave designer the way to the creation of practical everyday objects, manufacturing by real companies, including Hay, Wallpaper, Nomess or &Tradition.

We collaborated on Casa Luminosa exhibition for Dolce Vita magazine for Designblok 2015 in Prague.

Dolce Vita magazine returns to the heyday of the Italian design and presents Casa Luminosa installation. Inspired by interior experiments, back from the period of the 1960s to the 1980s, the installation documents to the radical conception of living environment, proposed by many influential designers and architects of that period. The phenomenon of radical design apartments, envisioned as art galleries, disco clubs or lighting installations for prominent intelectual elite, is represented by our very own Casa Luminosa. Composed of mirrored pavilion and furnished with the examples of Italian design, the installation pays homage to radical interiors concepts, mostly disappeared many years ago.


We have visited Jean (Hans) Arp's sculpture atelier in Meudon in 2013.

In collaboration with OKOLO, Brussels-based designer Maarten de Ceulaer presented his creative process and inspiration in the installation called Laboratory.

Models, sketches, drawings, objects of desire and inspiration, memories, catalogues and more symbolize the ingredients of de Ceulaer's creative thinking which is often based on the real natural and chemical phenomenas. Shown at the installation resembling real chemical laboratory, all the de Ceulaer's objects are presented within the context of laboratory glass made by Czech company Kavalier. The installation symbolically framed the exhibits as a rare elements of creativity. De Ceulaer showed creative background of six of his projects: Nomad Light Molecule, Transformations for Fendi, Mutation, Suitcase for Nilufar, Woof and Warp for Moroso, Grid.

Production: OKOLO, Scholastika

Support: Scholastika, Kavalier

Comlicated yet refined wood, ropes and steel rods construction of this armchair is a work of French architect Serge Kettoff who designed it in 1954. It reveals unknown side of French mid-century modernism.

Italian modern classicist Tomaso Buzzi (1900 – 1981) designed this decorative cocktail bar with three stools and wall-mounted washbasin with niche for the occasion of IV Triennale di Monza in 1930. Now you can purchase it at the Phillips de Pury Design Auction at 28 April 2015.

Image Courtesy of Phillips de Pury

We prepared an exhibition of young Czech design called GENERATION for ZLIN DESIGN WEEK.

Exhibited inside Zlin castle, the show presents work of more than 40 young designers and studios who have been very active on the Czech contemporary design scene in the last 10 years. The exhibition summarizing the creative influence of the youngest generation of designers is divided into 6 chapters including furniture design, glass, porcelain, lighting, product design and interior objects.

The whole installation was constructed from the series of Lack tables from Ikea.


20. – 24. April 2015
Zlín Castle, Soudní 1, Zlín

Nastassia Aleinikava, Michal Bačák, Ondřej Batoušek, Tomáš Bém, Lenka Damová, Deform, Dechem, Markéta Držmíšková, Adéla Fejtková, Daniel Gonzalez, Hidden Factory, Petr Hák, Eduard Herrmann, Matěj Chabera, Martin Jakobsen, Jan & Henry, Boris Klimek, Lucie Koldová, Yveta Kroupová, Zbyněk Krulich, Roman Kvita, Kristýna Malovaná, Anna Marešová,Kristýna Markvartová, Mikuláš Novotný, Milan Pekař, Jakub Petr, Tadeáš Podracký, Eva Růžičková, Klára Šumová, Tablo, Antonín Tomášek, Tyformy, Tobyšlo, Tomáš Varga, Veronika/Viktorie, Vjem, Vrtiška–Žák, Romana Vyhnánková, Dirk Wright, Dan Yeffet, Martin Žampach, Adam Železný

OKOLO (Adam Štěch)

Graphic design:
OKOLO (Jan Kloss, Matěj Činčera)


Team of students of UTB University