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For its premiere collection, exhibited at the 2011 Milan furniture fair, Oeuffice proposed “totems for living”, a series of monolithic objects that dominate the habitat, yet remain entirely functional. These monoliths are inspired by the geometries that govern architecture, and are conceived as domestic altarpieces, infused with a sense of utility, grace and wit. In other words, these “totems” become dominant and narrative objects around which one is invited to stop, to contemplate and to display personal artifacts of importance.
Oeuffice was founded in 2011 as a collaboration between Nicolas Bellavance-Lecompte and Jakub Zak. After many years of a parallel life between Canada, Berlin and Milan, they united to form Oeuffice, a new research laboratory with a focus on developing innovative objects of limited edition. Their work reflects a common ideal of creating objects inspired by visions of a contemporary utopia and has been exhibited internationally with various galleries including Phillips de Pury in London, R20th in New York, Dimore Gallery in Milan and Carwan Gallery in Beirut.
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