Nothing Else Story
This collection is built on a century-old industrial object design philosophy. Functionalism, later Gute Form and contemporary minimalism, is characterized by an emphasis on function, leaving the subject free from any unnecessary elements and details. Form follows function, less is more and ornament is a crime. This consideration of usefulness and how it relates to beauty gave birth to one of the most influential cultural and artistic movements of the early twentieth century.
The history of Functionalism is closely tied to the Bauhaus school. Established in Dessau, Germany in 1919 by Walter Gropius and a group of artists and architects focused on the development of high-quality, utilitarian mass-produced consumer goods, the school’s program uniquely featured the melding of industrial production methods with handicraft.
Bauhaus Wagenfeld Lamp WA 24 by Tecnolumen
Wassily Chair/ Stahlrohr Clubsessel B3 by Marcel Breuer
With this approach, the machines are reflected in the objects they create. Each type of technology creates its own distinctive look.
When we applied this philosophy to newly-emerging 3D printing technology – which allows for a large range of dynamic objects – it enabled us to create very precise basic forms and objects that are difficult to achieve with other machines.
The Nothing Else Collection brings forth a range of products using simple shapes that are not only compatible with each other, but also integrate seamlessly into any interior. New 3D printing technology allows you to create accurate, aesthetically clean shapes. No extra residual material, simply the object itself. Nothing Else is functionality in its purest form.