We doubt you’ll argue that a limited edition object makes it that much more covetable. Berlin-based design studio One Plus Eleven creates limited runs of their design-meets-raw-art furniture, which display founders Wim Yanov’s and Milena Bellich’s belief that design is more than decoration. Their pieces don’t stick to any given set of rules, rather they search out the root of the design and allow the observer to gather their own information and inspiration. In the end, One Plus Eleven’s work is neither conceptual or functional – it’s a broad take on the combination of the two.
One Plus Eleven Combines The Conceptual + The Functional
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