Some times ago we were asked by Komfort Magazine to make a special editorial for the inside covers of the 6th issue with the detective theme.

We made a graphic layout as a puzzle about 1950s folding chairs. The first page shows abstract symbols of the chairs and the last page presents what these abstract pictures of the folded chairs mean.

Here is the text to the editorial:

Developing the perfect construction of the folding chair is the detective work for any designer. When we have a look in unfolded as well as compound constructions of these three chairs from 1950s, we explore three different creative manners, which are on the track of the ideal formal and functional composition.


Some times ago we were asked by Komfort Magazine to make a special editorial for the inside covers of the 6th issue with the detective theme.

We made a graphic layout as a puzzle about 1950s folding chairs. The first page shows abstract symbols of the chairs and the last page presents what these abstract pictures of the folded chairs mean.

Here is the text to the editorial:

Developing the perfect construction of the folding chair is the detective work for any designer. When we have a look in unfolded as well as compound constructions of these three chairs from 1950s, we explore three different creative manners, which are on the track of the ideal formal and functional composition.


Some times ago we were asked by Komfort Magazine to make a special editorial for the inside covers of the 6th issue with the detective theme.

We made a graphic layout as a puzzle about 1950s folding chairs. The first page shows abstract symbols of the chairs and the last page presents what these abstract pictures of the folded chairs mean.

Here is the text to the editorial:

Developing the perfect construction of the folding chair is the detective work for any designer. When we have a look in unfolded as well as compound constructions of these three chairs from 1950s, we explore three different creative manners, which are on the track of the ideal formal and functional composition.

Josip Plečnik, Križanke cultural center, 1952 - 1956
Josip Plečnik, Križanke cultural center, 1952 - 1956
Ivan Vurnik, Cooperative Commercial Bank, 1921 - 1922
Ivan Vurnik, Cooperative Commercial Bank, 1921 - 1922
Milan Mihelič, own house, 1957 - 1975
Milan Mihelič, own house, 1957 - 1975
Milan Mihelič, apartment buildings, 1969 - 1971
Milan Mihelič, apartment buildings, 1969 - 1971
Milan Mihelič, Tower S2, 1972 - 1978
Milan Mihelič, Tower S2, 1972 - 1978
Josip Plečnik, Žaly cemetery, 1937
Josip Plečnik, Žaly cemetery, 1937
Milan Mihelič, MATC building, 1972 - 1978
Milan Mihelič, MATC building, 1972 - 1978
View from the Ljubljana castle
View from the Ljubljana castle
Milan Mihelič, Petrol station, 1967 - 1968
Milan Mihelič, Petrol station, 1967 - 1968

This is our second photo essay of modern architecture in Ljubljana. This time focused on work by Josip Plečnik and Milan Mihelič, among others.

Josip Plečnik, Križanke cultural center, 1952 - 1956
Josip Plečnik, Križanke cultural center, 1952 - 1956
Ivan Vurnik, Cooperative Commercial Bank, 1921 - 1922
Ivan Vurnik, Cooperative Commercial Bank, 1921 - 1922
Milan Mihelič, own house, 1957 - 1975
Milan Mihelič, own house, 1957 - 1975
Milan Mihelič, apartment buildings, 1969 - 1971
Milan Mihelič, apartment buildings, 1969 - 1971
Milan Mihelič, Tower S2, 1972 - 1978
Milan Mihelič, Tower S2, 1972 - 1978
Josip Plečnik, Žaly cemetery, 1937
Josip Plečnik, Žaly cemetery, 1937
Milan Mihelič, MATC building, 1972 - 1978
Milan Mihelič, MATC building, 1972 - 1978
View from the Ljubljana castle
View from the Ljubljana castle
Milan Mihelič, Petrol station, 1967 - 1968
Milan Mihelič, Petrol station, 1967 - 1968

This is our second photo essay of modern architecture in Ljubljana. This time focused on work by Josip Plečnik and Milan Mihelič, among others.


Right now we are finishing our third issue of OKOLO magazine. This time only about Vienna.

Called OKOLO Vienna Only, the magazine will be full of reports, articles and editorials about the most interesting design spots and facts from Vienna.

As a special gift for every participant and collaborator in our Vienna Only issue we created this original blind magazine with white pages only. In edition of 20 pieces, this conceptual print object is the great preview of the magazine itself.

Stay tuned and see more!


Right now we are finishing our third issue of OKOLO magazine. This time only about Vienna.

Called OKOLO Vienna Only, the magazine will be full of reports, articles and editorials about the most interesting design spots and facts from Vienna.

As a special gift for every participant and collaborator in our Vienna Only issue we created this original blind magazine with white pages only. In edition of 20 pieces, this conceptual print object is the great preview of the magazine itself.

Stay tuned and see more!


Right now we are finishing our third issue of OKOLO magazine. This time only about Vienna.

Called OKOLO Vienna Only, the magazine will be full of reports, articles and editorials about the most interesting design spots and facts from Vienna.

As a special gift for every participant and collaborator in our Vienna Only issue we created this original blind magazine with white pages only. In edition of 20 pieces, this conceptual print object is the great preview of the magazine itself.

Stay tuned and see more!



Australian designers Daniel To and Emma Aiston are our good friends and collaborators. Last year they have created the special curated personal editorial for our Next Step magazine and this year they participate with some of their products in our upcoming London pop-up store.

During London Design Festival this September we will have our own curated shop as a part of the exhibition entitled Multiplicity and organized by designer, Oscar Diaz and his Federal Office project. More info about our London exhibition shop very soon...

This time about Daniel and Emma new collection of the small products for the desk. We love their precise and very specific style. New D.E. collection for 2011/2012 combines different materials into the group of desktop accessories that look like small functional sculptures. Cork, aluminum, acrylic, rubber, glass, timber or magnet create together very compact series of the small design treasures.

Come to our London pop-up and buy some of them. More info as soon as possible...










Australian designers Daniel To and Emma Aiston are our good friends and collaborators. Last year they have created the special curated personal editorial for our Next Step magazine and this year they participate with some of their products in our upcoming London pop-up store.

During London Design Festival this September we will have our own curated shop as a part of the exhibition entitled Multiplicity and organized by designer, Oscar Diaz and his Federal Office project. More info about our London exhibition shop very soon...

This time about Daniel and Emma new collection of the small products for the desk. We love their precise and very specific style. New D.E. collection for 2011/2012 combines different materials into the group of desktop accessories that look like small functional sculptures. Cork, aluminum, acrylic, rubber, glass, timber or magnet create together very compact series of the small design treasures.

Come to our London pop-up and buy some of them. More info as soon as possible...