Silo Studio, ‘Eindruck Chair’, 2017, Etage Projects
Silo Studio, ‘Eindruck Chair’, 2017, Etage Projects
Silo Studio, ‘Eindruck Chair’, 2017, Etage Projects
Silo Studio, ‘Eindruck Chair’, 2017, Etage Projects

Eindruck chair by Silo Studio, from the exhibition "Back 2 Back" at Etage Projects. From the series "Eindruck", German for "impression", working in collaboration with Riess an enamelware manufacturer in Austria, the project was commissioned by Vienna Design Week for an ongoing Initiative called Passionswege.

Silo Studio is the design collaboration of Attua Aparicio Torinos and Oscar Lessing, who formed the partnership while studying on the Design Products course at the Royal College of Art, London, from 2009 to 2011.

Coming from backgrounds in engineering and design, the core of Silo’s work is to look at industrial processes and materials, bringing them into the studio to develop. By adopting a hands-on approach, which they refer to as ‘Handmade hi-tech’, they aim to discover possibilities that the production line does not see, developing the expressive potential in industrial materials. A mix of craft and technology.

Made in collaboration with Reiss for the Passionwege initiative with Vienna Design Week

Manufacturer: Silo Studio

Back 2 Back, Etage Projects, 2016