Olim

Various types of recycled yarns

2014

Home no longer exists as a geographical location, but rather as an emotional connection between people and the objects we call our own. As technology makes the world smaller and more connected, it is changing our relationships, our belongings and our priorities. Embracing a modern aesthetic with consideration for durability and versatility, Olim became an exploration of this new culture; A look into the possibility of furniture that adapts and can migrate easily alongside its owner.

Composed of two co-existing elements, the fabric and the frame, Olim carries a modern aesthetic with a personal touch. The wooden frames assemble into a chair (Soko) , a lamp (Lola)  and a table (Nola) and can be simply dismantled and repacked with ease. The hand-woven fabrics made with recycled yarns, are all interchangeable, and act as manifestations of personality, taste, emotion or memories. 

Made in Collaboration with: Medini Cardenas, Simi Chen, Catarina Guimaraes and Federico Villa

Exhibited at TENT London 2014

For more information visit www.olim.co

- Daniela Guarin - Olim flat packs and is portable
Olim flat packs and is portable
- Daniela Guarin - Sketches
Sketches
- Daniela Guarin - Fabric 1
Fabric 1
- Daniela Guarin - Fabric 2
Fabric 2
- Daniela Guarin - Fabric 3
Fabric 3
- Daniela Guarin - Flat version of Soko chair
Flat version of Soko chair
- Daniela Guarin - Flat version of Nola table
Flat version of Nola table
- Daniela Guarin - Flat version of Lola lamp
Flat version of Lola lamp
- Daniela Guarin - Soko chair
Soko chair
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- Daniela Guarin - Nola table and Soko Chair
Nola table and Soko Chair
- Daniela Guarin - Lola lamp and Soko Chair
Lola lamp and Soko Chair
- Daniela Guarin - Lola and Soko chair
Lola and Soko chair
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