Influenced by traditional piano stool craftsmanship – this bench is simplistic and straightforward
Mia Cullin crafts the Orkester collection featuring – a minimalistic bench with two or three seats fabricated in ash wood, natural or stained.
Beautifully expressing her roots in a Nordic design culture as well as aiming beyond – Sweden-based Mia Cullin skillfully crafts the ‘Orkester’ collection featuring – a minimalistic bench with two or three seats fabricated in ash wood, natural or stained.
Comprising clean, straightforward as well as simplistic geometric shapes harmoniously infused with handcrafted intricate details – her alluring work ranges from interior design that is soothing to the eyes to eclectic pieces of furniture and objects in all kinds of sizes.
With a deeply nourished interest in traditional craftsmanship and visually striking constructions – “We designers have to be responsible.
We ought to challenge every new product we make in a world that abounds with things – does it have character? does it tell a story? does it have the force to carve its own niche amongst existing objects?” says Cullin.
The innovative and conceptual Orkester collection is right to the point – an organic bench deeply influenced by traditional piano stools and their adjustable seats and as well as by wooden furniture assembled with plugs without any screws or metal fittings.
Ideal for schools, nurseries, waiting rooms, entrances as well as lobbies – its flat circular seats with a Scandinavian aesthetic are further brilliantly attached with sturdy wooden screws to a piece of timber resting on four legs.
“As the seats are adjustable, one can additionally choose the height suitable – tall or short, grown-up or child” Cullin adds.