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David Olschewski

Euskirchen, Germany

 
 
 

Liese (blue)

Ein Loch ist im Eimer, Karl-Otto, Karl-Otto
Ein Loch ist im Eimer, Karl-Otto - Ein Loch!
Verstopf’ es, oh Liese, oh LIese, oh Liese
Verstopf’ es, oh Liese, oh Liese - mach’s dicht!
Womit denn, Karl-Otto, Karl-Otto, Karl-Otto
Womit denn, Karl-Otto, Karl-Otto, womit?
Mit Stroh, oh Liese, oh Liese, oh Liese
Mit Stroh, oh Liese, oh Liese - mit Stroh

Designer: David Olschewski
Inspired By: German nursery rhyme
Material: bucket
Colours: blue
Dimension: 28,5x26x28,5
Price: 69

 

Landding (fenderbag)

Landding is a bag out of a white original fender.
Available at the gallery www.werft11.com (Limited edtion of 10+2 pieces)

Designer: David Olschewski (Germany)
Manufacturer: weft11 (Germany)
Dimension: 52x13x13

 

Renate

Material: 3 x buoys made from plastic
+ cord + electronic components

Designer: David Olschewski (Germany)
Dimension: ca. D:50 x H:115

 

003 - toilet roll holder

003 is a three-legged toilet roll holder.
Very handy for shipping and easy to assemble.

Designer: Miriam Holz and David Olschewski (Germany)
Material: beech

 

David Olschewski

14.7

What a waste to use a pitchfork only for garden work. When a few are skillfully combined, they make a very graceful coat stand. Rounded prong tips prevent any damage to garments.

Designer: David Olschewski (Germany)
Manufacturer: (Germany)

 

Peglight

The main componet of this lamp is a classical peg.

Designer: David Olschewski (Germany)

 

Stiller Gefährte

The beauty of an everyday object often only becomes visible when we see it in a new context. In this case, a slight modification to an "ordinary everyday" shovel turns it into an elegant coat-stand.
The "Stiller Gefährte" gets its stability from an X-shaped beechwood base anchoring the handle.

Designer: david Olschewski (Germany)
Manufacturer: olschewski Produktdesign (Germany)

 

Bathroom

A seating group evinces a puzzling character that invites the viewer to experience it sensually and reflect on it. The forms are based on a Plexiglas bathtub and shower tray ensemble. The bathtub has been divided into three objects, with nothing lost in the process. All four pieces are set on stainless steel legs. The focus is on the alienation of bathroom furnishings from their customary surroundings and function

Designer: David Olschewski (Germany)
Manufacturer: Olschewski Produktdesign (Germany)

 

Lighttable

Three lamps and a table enter into a symbiosis. The lamp bases take on the function of table legs. They carry the tabletop as if they had never done anything else. The design of this product is oriented on classic, archetypal forms familiar to the user. This has the effect
of drawing attention to the essentials, namely to the combination and complementary use of two products to create a unified whole.

Designer: David Olschewski (Germany)

 

Waterwingsstool

The idea here is to frame an object in a new context by using it for a new and different purpose than that intended. Eight water wings dominate the design of the stool. Stability is lent to the construction by rods that connect the stool’s acrylic legs. As yet undiscovered properties are revealed. Well-known objects come together to form something utterly new. The aesthetic experience of the piece goes far beyond its mere functional aspect. Made in: Germany

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Bathroom by David Olschewski

A seating group evinces a puzzling character that invites the viewer to experience it sensually and reflect on its origins. The forms are based on a Plexiglas bathtub and shower tray ensemble. The bathtub has been divided into three objects, with nothing lost in the process. All four pieces are set on stainless steel legs. The focus is on the alienation of bathroom furnishings from their customary surroundings and function.

Designer: David Olschewski

 

Broomstool

A four-legged stool, which cannot deny its origin, emerged from the surprising and unusual combination of four brooms. Yet undiscovered material properties are being emphasized and made use of. The innovative use of the bristles as upholstery creates an absolutely new and stunningly comfortable sitting sensation. The broom sticks form a classical fundamental structure in wich the conventional screw fixing between broomstick and bristles constitute the feet of the stool.

Designer: David Olschewski Made in: Germany

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Location

Euskirchen, Germany

Specialties

Interior Design, Industrial Design

Links

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Exhibitions

Galerie Peter C. Neumann (Basel), Interieur (Kortrijk), Passagen (Cologne), Two Blocks East West (Beijing), Designhuis (Eindhoven)

 

CONTACT

Mittelstr. 54
53879 Euskirchen
Germany

 
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