the quiet austerity of the works of edward hopper, jim jarmush, wim wenders and john register served as an influence for a furniture collection entitled ‘the wait.’ an immersive conceptual and visual study has led french architect morgane roux — founder of lisbon-based firm atelier aveus to design the collection of furniture. in their presentation of the collection, visual studio six n. five evokes the soft simplicity of the influential artists by which the designers were inspired.
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through the collection, morgane roux of atelier aveus focuses on the theme of ‘the wait’ as an ‘introspective condition that has its own aesthetic and visual codes.‘ the act of waiting typically evokes feelings of contemplation and passivity, and commonly triggers a distortion of time. these conditions are translated into three pieces of furniture: the room divider, the waiting sofa, and the wall lamp with its infinite reflection of light.
these narrative images by barcelona-based studio six n. five present each piece of the collection within a poetic scenario. portraying strange architectural configurations, soft hues and symbolic objects, the studio elaborates: ‘these visuals represent emotional sanctuaries for those who have failed to find their home in the ordinary world, waiting for something to happen.’
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