We are part of the special curated pop-up shop at Phillips de Pury in London. Selected by Brent Dzekciorius, the show presents some of the most interesting talents in design, fashion and graphics.

Visit Phillips de Pury gallery and buy some of our products there. Among others, OKOLO Mollino book or Owls sculptures designed by Antonín Hepnar for us.

Thanks Phillips de Pury for the opportunity to be part of it.








We are part of the special curated pop-up shop at Phillips de Pury in London. Selected by Brent Dzekciorius, the show presents some of the most interesting talents in design, fashion and graphics.

Visit Phillips de Pury gallery and buy some of our products there. Among others, OKOLO Mollino book or Owls sculptures designed by Antonín Hepnar for us.

Thanks Phillips de Pury for the opportunity to be part of it.




Opening this evening, DesignSUPERMARKET offers wide selection of Young designers and brands selling their products. Find OKOLO and Pedal Project and our new t-shirts, magazines and some other products!


Opening this evening, DesignSUPERMARKET offers wide selection of Young designers and brands selling their products. Find OKOLO and Pedal Project and our new t-shirts, magazines and some other products!








In Frankfurt am Main, we visited three ateliers of three artists and designers. First of them we present here workshop of Kai Linke, young explorer of the new angles of the product design.

Kai stands behind several very interesting furniture projects based on exploring new possibilities in construction, materials and concepts of design itself.

His Blasted series includes wooden pieces with the special relief decorations. Roots project incorporates live nature into the design process. Linke planted plants into the pots in the shape of chair. "Roots of plants have been directed to fill out a form on different nutrient mediums over a period of time. After filling out the form completely, similar to a flower in a too small pot, it is then removed and a root shaped like a table or a chair is left", he says.

All these experiments he does in his atelier shared with his friends artists.











In Frankfurt am Main, we visited three ateliers of three artists and designers. First of them we present here workshop of Kai Linke, young explorer of the new angles of the product design.

Kai stands behind several very interesting furniture projects based on exploring new possibilities in construction, materials and concepts of design itself.

His Blasted series includes wooden pieces with the special relief decorations. Roots project incorporates live nature into the design process. Linke planted plants into the pots in the shape of chair. "Roots of plants have been directed to fill out a form on different nutrient mediums over a period of time. After filling out the form completely, similar to a flower in a too small pot, it is then removed and a root shaped like a table or a chair is left", he says.

All these experiments he does in his atelier shared with his friends artists.







In the 1940s and 1950s, Carlo Mollino (1905 - 1973) was regular on the pages of Domus magazine. In München we bought actual issue number 950 where you can find whole section about this Italian design master.

In this issue we find two most amazing things. Except many articles and interviews on Carlo Mollino, there is the transparency with motifs of Mollino`s original drawing of acrobatic flying figures and precisely designed map with all built architectural projects by Carlo Mollino. It is the first time that we see all houses Mollino designed and built in Turin and around the city. Great reason for next adventures and explorations!





In the 1940s and 1950s, Carlo Mollino (1905 - 1973) was regular on the pages of Domus magazine. In München we bought actual issue number 950 where you can find whole section about this Italian design master.

In this issue we find two most amazing things. Except many articles and interviews on Carlo Mollino, there is the transparency with motifs of Mollino`s original drawing of acrobatic flying figures and precisely designed map with all built architectural projects by Carlo Mollino. It is the first time that we see all houses Mollino designed and built in Turin and around the city. Great reason for next adventures and explorations!





In the 1940s and 1950s, Carlo Mollino (1905 - 1973) was regular on the pages of Domus magazine. In München we bought actual issue number 950 where you can find whole section about this Italian design master.

In this issue we find two most amazing things. Except many articles and interviews on Carlo Mollino, there is the transparency with motifs of Mollino`s original drawing of acrobatic flying figures and precisely designed map with all built architectural projects by Carlo Mollino. It is the first time that we see all houses Mollino designed and built in Turin and around the city. Great reason for next adventures and explorations!







Tomorrow we will launch our next issue of OKOLO magazine called Vienna Only. Series of articles presents our original view on the best things, people and ideas from the city of Vienna.

One of the article is also on the cult place of the world photographic culture, Leica Shop and Westlicht museum and auction in Vienna. And because we visited Leica Shop in München last week as well, here is the short photographic essay from the German shop.

Tomorrow you can look forward on the Viennese one. Where? In our Vienna Only issue launched at Nová Scéna in Prague.